Below is a chronological listing of detailed highlights for June 17-30. All programming is subject to change (all times ET/PT, visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times).
Monday, June 17
8 p.m. – THE VOICE – NEW EPISODE – TWO HOURS – LIVE
In the final performance episode of the competition, the remaining artists perform in front of coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Shakira and Usher, as one artist takes their final step towards being named “The Voice.”
10 p.m. – MISTRESSES – “Breaking and Entering” – NEW EPISODE
Joss’ (Jes Macallan) new boss, Olivier (Mike Dopud, The Package), gives her an impossible assignment, and Karen (Yunjin Kim) continues to be drawn into the dysfunctional Grey family orbit.
Tuesday, June 18
9 p.m. – THE VOICE – SEASON FINALE – TWO HOURS – LIVE
Oscar®, Grammy®, and Emmy®-winner Cher will perform her new single “Woman’s World” live on THE VOICE, which will be her first live TV performance in over a decade. Then, the final vocalists learn their fate and the winner of THE VOICE is revealed live.
Wednesday, June 19
8 p.m. – MASTERCHEF – NEW EPISODE – TWO HOURS
The contestants must create an exquisite dish using foreign delicacies in the mystery box challenge. Then, a very special guest, Joe Bastianich’s mom and legendary chef, Lidia Bastianich, joins the judges to determine the best and the worst pasta dishes in the elimination round.
10 p.m. – THE LISTENER – “Cold Storage” – NEW EPISODE
After a body is found in a storage locker filled with stolen goods, Toby (Craig Olejnik) and Michelle (Lauren Lee Smith) must find the killer who they fear has taken national defense secrets.
Sunday, June 23
7 p.m. – HOT IN CLEVELAND – “Gilfs” – NEW EPISODE
Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli) drives herself crazy wondering if Alec (Jay Harrington) heard her confess her feelings for him. Elka (Betty White) and Mamie (Georgia Engel) scam Joy (Jane Leeves) into helping them with their new business.
8 p.m. – LAW & ORDER: SVU – “Monster’s Legacy” – NEW EPISODE
When a janitor brutally attacks an athletic coach, the SVU connects his violent behaviour to a history of sexual abuse by someone he trusted. The detectives soon uncover more victims of the same predator, including a prisoner on death row (Mike Tyson, The Hangover).
9 p.m. – WHODUNNIT? – “High Voltage” – SERIES PERMIERE
In the interactive series WHODUNIT?, 13 amateur sleuths compete against each other in a quest to solve a series of puzzling murders. Some form alliances and others choose to go it alone just to get them closer to the grand prize of $250,000.
Monday, June 24
8 p.m. – SATISFACTION – “The Blackout Cometh”– SERIES PREMIERE
Monday nights this summer start out with laughs on CTV, as the network’s new original comedy SATISFACTION joins the schedule. With a heat wave in the city, Jason (Luke Macfarlane) and Maggie (Leah Renee) resort to lying in front of the air conditioner and watching movies all weekend, including Trapped in a Box, their favourite Gary Busey movie…or is that a Nick Nolte film? Just as they turn to search engines to settle the argument, the power cuts out. There’s a blackout in the city and no IMDB to decide who’s right. Meanwhile, Mark (Ryan Belleville) has six months’ worth of frozen food from his favourite bulk store, and turns to his neighbours for ice to help salvage the defrosted meat in the middle of the blackout, but he quickly discovers that no good deed goes unpunished.
8:30 p.m. – ANGER MANAGEMENT – “Charlie and the Airport Sext” – NEW EPISODE
Charlie’s (Charlie Sheen) trip with the group is interrupted when he gets some interesting news from Kate (Selma Blair). Also, Charlie’s house is unwittingly used for a porno shoot.
10 p.m. – MISTRESSES – “A Kiss is Just a Kiss” – NEW EPISODE
Savi (Alyssa Milano) finds out she’s pregnant and knows there’s a good chance the baby is indeed Harry’s (Brett Tucker) and not a result of the one-time affair she had with Dom (Jason George).
Tuesday, June 25
8 p.m. – SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE – NEW EPISODE – TWO HOURS – LIVE
The Top 20 finalists partner up and dance their hearts out to win America’s vote and stay in the competition.
10 p.m. – SAVING HOPE – “I Watch Death” – SEASON PREMIERE
Last summer’s breakout hit SAVING HOPE is back for an emotionally charged second season. In the Season 2 premiere, Alex (Erica Durance) and Charlie (Michael Shanks) are caught in the middle of a shooting on their way to their first shift back at Hope Zion Hospital. It’s all hands on deck when the victims of the shooting end up at Hope Zion. In the midst of the commotion, Alex treats a bullied teenager and deals with her own emotions about everything that’s happened in the past year. Meanwhile, Charlie is caught off guard when he realizes that he’s still able to see the spirits of deceased patients. As well, new Chief of Surgery Joel (Daniel Gillies) works alongside Charlie’s ex-wife Dawn (Michelle Nolden) to perform an intense surgery.
Wednesday, June 26
8 p.m. – MASTERCHEF – NEW EPISODE – TWO HOURS
The remaining contestants must think on their feet when they compete in a mystery box challenge with the most unexpected ingredient and a limited pantry. Later, in the elimination round, Season 3 winner Christine Ha, the first ever blind contestant, returns to MASTERCHEF with a big surprise for the contestants.
10 p.m. – THE LISTENER – “Buckle Up”– NEW EPISODE
While investigating a team of violent thieves who impersonate police officers to pull off heists, Toby (Craig Olejnik) realizes he knows one of the key players. With the crimes terrifying citizens, Klein (Peter Stebbings) and Dev (Rainbow Sun Francks) decide sending Toby undercover is their best chance of catching them. Determined to advance his standing with the IIB, Toby insists he’s ready and his telepathy will keep him from danger.
Sunday, June 30
7 p.m. – HOT IN CLEVELAND – “A Box Full of Puppies” – NEW EPISODE
Mamie (Georgia Engel) gets flirting lessons from Elka (Betty White) on a trip to the vet. Then, Victoria (Wendie Malick) discusses second chances in life in an interview with her daughter.