Sunday (did you remember to Spring Forward?)
Motive – 10pm on CTV
The third season of this crime drama where the “who” (the killer) is revealed at the beginning of the show followed by the “how”, begins with an episode called, “Six Months Later”, which sort of sums it all up. It’s six months later, and Detective Flynn is itching to return to the job that she walked away from at the end of season two. Victor Garber guest stars in a role that is said to be a recurring character this season.
Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs – 8pm on Comedy
Jon Stewart once again hosts the latest telethon for Autism Programs in America with performances by Louis CK, Jim Gaffigan, Amy Schumer, Sarah Silverman, Steve Carell, Chris Rock, Larry David, Martin Short, Larry Wilmore, Paul Rudd, Weird Al Yankovic, and many more. Jon Bon Jovi performs a unique duet of Wanted: Dead or Alive with Will Forte. Robert Smigel, also known as Triumph The Insult Comic Dog, created this benefit after the difficulty he had finding services for his son (who is now 17).
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Star Trek marathon – 6am Sunday to 6am Monday on Space
This 24-hour marathon pays tribute to Leonard Nimoy with episodes chosen by tweeters who sent in their suggestions with the hashtag #innerspaceremembers . The 12 episodes chosen start at 6am and repeat at 6pm.
The Bachelor – 8 pm to 10pm on ABC/Omni2
Bachelor Chris makes his choice by the end of the first two hours, followed by the traditional “After The Rose” post-mortem at 10.
Blackish “Bloopish” – Wednesday at 9:30 on ABC/City
This steadily improving sitcom takes a break from its usual episodic format with a 30-minute special featuring outtakes and behind-the-scenes segments. It’s a good introduction to the cast for those who haven’t watched it before.
Dig – Wednesday at 10pm (to 11:30) on Showcase
A ten-episode series from Homeland executive producer Gideon Raff and Heroes creator Tim Kring involving the murder of a young American in Jerusalem, which unveils an international conspiracy thousands of years in the making. It stars Jason Isaacs and Anne Heche.
The Celebrity Apprentice – 8pm to 10pm on Global
If you missed who won the latest season when it aired on NBC last month, Global lays all out for you in all of its two-hour season-finale glory.