Programming highlights for November 2004.
Six projects have been selected to move on to the next stage in the development of CBC Television’s half-hour serial drama. They are: ·Beaumonde Heights, Protocol Entertainment, Toronto ·Changing Germain, Dream Street Pictures, Moncton ·North/South, The Halifax Film Company/Inner City Films, Halifax/Toronto ·Power and Pride, Wilbo Entertainment/Defiant Entertainment, Toronto ·Regency, Breakthrough Films and Television, Toronto ·49th and Main, Raging Ruby … Read More
TORONTO 1’S PRIME TICKET MOVIE invites you to sit down and enjoy an amazing Canadian double bill, Saturday, November, 20th 2004.. TORONTO 1 has a strong commitment towards bringing its viewers entertaining and engaging films that reflect the city’s diversity. This double bill Prime Ticket Movie is a big part of TORONTO 1’s dedication to those great stories being told.
National Geographic Channel takes viewers on a week-long journey to conquer the world’s highest mountains. From Mount Everest to Kilimanjaro’s magnificent peak, daring adventurers challenge themselves and attempt the impossible. Peaks Week airs Monday, November 15 at 9 p.m. ET to Friday, November 19 at 9 p.m. ET and features true stories of bravery, endurance and determination.
The new one-hour medical drama House will premiere Tuesday, November 16 on the Global Television Network.
PRIME adds Magnum P.I. to its weeknight lineup starting Monday, November 1 at 9:00 p.m.
Thursday’s episode of Survivor: Vanuatu drew 2.022 million (A18-49) viewers nationally, with a total 2+ audience of 3.140 million.
The 2004 NASCAR season is coming to a close, and TORONTO 1 will bring you all of the excitement and intensity of high speed car racing. TORONTO 1 will be airing the last four NASCAR events, leading up to the 2004 Nextel Cup title starting with the highly anticipated Bass Pro Shops MBNA 500 on Sunday, October 31st 2004. The … Read More
TSN’s Gord Miller heads to New York for a special sit-down one-on-one interview with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman during a 30-minute NHL on TSN Lockout Special this Monday (Nov. 1) at 7 p.m. ET (encore Nov. 2 at 12:30 p.m. ET). In a rare television appearance, Bettman will discuss the NHL lockout and the lack of ongoing negotiations.
It’s hail to the chief on Tuesday, November 2 as the Global Television Network presents a special marathon of The Simpsons featuring four back-to-back episodes that include appearances by U.S. presidents. The Simpsons marathon will be followed by two back-to-back episodes of Arrested Development.