On Your Mark, Get Set, Go! - CTV Sets Amazing Summer Lineup

- Canadians get in the game with the premiere of THE AMAZING RACE CANADA, July 
15 - 
- New CTV comedy SATISFACTION couples up with ANGER MANAGEMENT Monday nights, 
beginning June 24 - 
- Fan favourite THE LISTENER returns for its fourth gripping season, May 29 - 
- Last summer's #1 drama SAVING HOPE returns June 25 - 
- MASTERCHEF turns up the heat for its fourth season, May 22 - 
- Sexy new drama MISTRESSES warms up Mondays, beginning June 3 - 
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TORONTO, May 7, 2013 /CNW/ - It's shaping up to be an eh-mazing summer on CTV 
as the network unveiled the first wave of its summer lineup today. As 
announced yesterday, Canada's must-see reality TV program of the year anchors 
a new must-see Monday lineup on CTV as adventure-seekers across the country go 
head-to-head on THE AMAZING RACE CANADA (July 15). With new programs still to 
be announced, CTV's summer schedule already features a lineup of returning 
DANCE, along with the premieres of all-new comedies and dramas like 
SATISFACTION and MISTRESSES, as well as encore broadcasts of this season's 
newest hit MOTIVE. 
"From reality TV, to comedy and drama, audiences are in store for an 
incredible summer of original series debuts, and returning hits," said Mike 
Cosentino, Senior Vice-President, Programming, CTV Networks, Bell Media. "With 
the nail-biting, down-to-the-wire energy and anticipation of THE AMAZING RACE 
CANADA setting the pace, this summer's lineup is unstoppable, bringing the 
best in entertainment to Canadians across the country." 
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CTV's new Monday night destination lineup kicks off the week with laughs and 
thrills starting with a comedy double-date with the debut of SATISFACTION 
(June 24), a hilarious exploration of romantic woes and wins, life crises, and 
personal ambitions starring a sexy young cast. The SATISFACTION gang then 
hooks up with everyone's favourite non-traditional therapist, as all-new 
episodes of Charlie Sheen's ANGER MANAGEMENT (June 24) continue through the 
summer. Mondays will then thrill audiences as THE AMAZING RACE CANADA starts 
to make its way to the finish line. Continuing Monday's hot streak, Alyssa 
Milano (CHARMED), Jes Macallan (JUSTIFIED), Rochelle Aytes (DESPERATE 
HOUSEWIVES), and Yunjin Kim (LOST) star in sexy new drama MISTRESSES (June 3), 
as four sassy girlfriends navigating their way through scandal, love, lies, 
secrets, and sex towards their path of self-discovery. 
Other comedies and dramas hitting the summer schedule on CTV include the 
return of CTV's hit original series THE LISTENER (May 29), back for an 
action-packed fourth season, as telepath Toby Logan (Craig Olejnik) goes up 
against increasingly dangerous criminals. As well, last summer's most-watched 
drama series SAVING HOPE (June 25), starring Erica Durance, Michael Shanks, 
and Daniel Gillies, joins the Tuesday lineup for its highly-anticipated second 
season. Then, an all-new season of HOT IN CLEVELAND (May 26) features a MARY 
TYLER MOORE SHOW reunion as Mary Tyler Moore, Valerie Harper, Cloris Leachman, 
Betty White, and Georgia Engel act together for the first time since their 
1970-77 series went off the air. 
On the reality TV front, summertime favourite SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE (May 
14) returns with special guest judges including Minnie Driver, Jesse Tyler 
Ferguson,Wayne Brady, All-Star Stephen "tWitch" Boss, and Adam Shankman. As 
well, MASTERCHEF (May 22) kicks off its fourth season with a new batch of 
amateur cooks battling it out for the top prize. 
Completing CTV's unstoppable summer lineup is MOTIVE (May 20), the #1 new 
Canadian series of the 2012/2013 broadcast season, which returns with encore 
presentations in simulcast with ABC. 
Finally, CTV's stellar awards season coverage continues with THE 2013 
BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS (May 19). Featuring performances from music superstars 
Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, and Bruno Mars, this year's event honours 
world-renowned music legend Prince with the Billboard Icon Award. 
All new series and new episodes of returning series will be available on 
demand across CTV's digital platforms: CTV.ca, the CTV App, the CTV Mobile 
channel, where new episodes will also stream live, and through video on demand 
MISTRESSES - Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CTV beginning June 3
From the executive producers of GILMORE GIRLS, GOSSIP GIRL and NO ORDINARY 
FAMILY, comes MISTRESSES, a new provocative drama about the scandalous lives 
of a sassy group of four girlfriends each on their own path to self-discovery. 
The group consists of Savannah (Alyssa Milano, CHARMED). a successful career 
woman working toward the next stop in her life, her free-spirited and 
unpredictable little sister Josslyn Carver (Jes Macallan, JUSTIFIED), their 
friend, recent widow, and mother April Malloy (Rochelle Aytes, DESPERATE 
HOUSEWIVES), and Karen Kim (Yunjin Kim, LOST) a therapist with her own 
thriving practice. Together these four friends find support in each other as 
they brave their individual journeys, all the while bound by the complex 
relationships they've created. 
SATISFACTION - Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV beginning June 24
CTV original comedy SATISFACTION takes a humorous look at a group of friends 
who are completely uninhibited as they share their relationship woes and 
romantic wins, life crises, and personal ambitions. Dedicated single man Mark 
(Ryan Belleville, THE L.A. COMPLEX) hustles the dating scene while his best 
friends and long-term couple Jason (Luke MacFarlane, BROTHERS & SISTERS) and 
Maggie (Leah Renee, BLUE MOUNTAIN STATE) work at keeping the sparks flying as 
they face the day-to-day challenges of being in a committed relationship. 
THE AMAZING RACE CANADA- Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CTV beginning July 15
Get ready for the race of the summer! THE AMAZING RACE CANADAis set to give 
Canadians the opportunity to race around Canada and discover the country they 
love in a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Teams will race to the finish line, 
criss-crossing up to 9,000 kilometres. A stunning depiction of the Canadian 
fabric, the teams will travel through both the country's urban centres as well 
as the most remote outposts in the land, all while exploring its broad 
cultural and ethnic diversity, wildlife, and iconic landmarks. 
ANGER MANAGEMENT - Mondays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT on CTV beginning June 24
Canada's favourite non-traditional therapist continues to give viewers a 
healthy dose of ANGER MANAGEMENT this summer. With a successful private 
practice, Charlie (Charlie Sheen) holds therapy sessions in his home each week 
and performs pro bono counselling for an inmate group at a state prison. His 
life is complicated by his relationships with his own therapist and best 
friend Kate (Selma Blair), his ex-wife Jennifer (Shawnee Smith), and their 
15-year-old daughter Sam (Daniela Bobadilla). It seems as though Charlie's 
patients are not the only ones who need help. 
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE - Season Premiere Tues, May 14 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on 
CTV Two; Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV beginning June 25
Back for its tenth season, the Emmy(®)-nominated hit dance competition 
series, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, kicks off Tuesday, May 14. This season's 
auditions in Austin, Boston, Detroit, Memphis, and Los Angeles feature host 
Cat Deeley and resident judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy, as well as guest 
judges including Minnie Driver, Jesse Tyler Ferguson,Wayne Brady, All-Star 
Stephen "tWitch" Boss, and Adam Shankman. 
MASTERCHEF - Season Premiere Wednesday, May 22 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CTV; moves 
to 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV beginning May 29
Featuring Chef Gordon Ramsay, Chef Graham Elliott, and restaurateur Joe 
Bastianich, MASTERCHEF debuts its fourth season, as a new batch of amateur 
cooks are challenged by testing their palates, knowledge, and determination to 
follow their dreams of making a mark in the culinary world. 
THE LISTENER - Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CTV beginning May 29
Season 4 of CTV's hit original series THE LISTENER, sees telepathic former 
paramedic Toby Logan (Craig Olejnik, The Timekeeper) working hard to sharpen 
his police skills, as he becomes involved in the Integrated Investigative 
Bureau's (IIB) cases as a Special Consultant. His personal life also heats up 
as he deepens his relationship with crime reporter Tia Tremblay (Melanie 
Scrofano, BEING ERICA), who is inexplicably the one person he can't read. Life 
will be no less dramatic for Toby's colleagues, as Sgt. Michelle McCluskey 
(Lauren Lee Smith, CSI) navigates a complicated marriage with her husband, and 
IIB head Alvin Klein (Peter Stebbings, MADISON) attempts to protect himself 
and his team from the political manoeuvrings of the ambitious new police 
superintendent Nichola Martell (Ingrid Kavelaars, LIVING IN YOUR CAR). 
Meanwhile, new director of emergency services Oz Bey (Ennis Esmer, THE L.A. 
COMPLEX) realizes that being the boss isn't as easy as he thought it would be. 
MOTIVE - Airs Monday, May 20 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CTV, moves to Thursdays at 9 
p.m. ET/PT on CTV beginning May 23
MOTIVE, the #1 new Canadian series of the 2012/2013 broadcast season joins the 
summer schedule, with encore presentations airing in simulcast with ABC. The 
CTV hit original series is a captivating one-hour crime drama that follows 
spirited female homicide detective Angie Flynn on a backwards chase for clues 
to a killer that has already been revealed to viewers. An unconventional way 
to watch a crime unfold, the "whydunit" stars Kristin Lehman (THE KILLING), 
Gemini Award-winning Louis Ferreira (SGU STARGATE UNIVERSE), and Lauren Holly 
HOT IN CLEVELAND - Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV beginning May 26
Betty White's HOT IN CLEVELAND is back for its fourth season with more 
adventures for the dynamic trio of best friends and their house's rather 
opinionated caretaker. With Valerie Bertinelli starring as Melanie, Jane 
Leeves as Joy, Wendie Malick as Victoria and Betty White as Elka, together, 
these four women create comedic magic that runs from banter to farce to 
physical comedy, with none of them missing a beat. Reuniting original cast 
members of THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW for a special guest appearance - 
including Cloris Leachman, Mary Tyler Moore, Valerie Harper, Georgia Engel and 
Betty White - this season delivers even more laughter. 
SAVING HOPE - Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CTV beginning June 25
Last summer's #1 Canadian drama SAVING HOPEreturns for a compelling second 
season with former Chief of Surgery, Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks, 
STARGATE SG-1) awake from his coma and reunited with his fiancée Dr. Alex 
Reid (Erica Durance, SMALLVILLE). This season, Alex and the other doctors of 
Hope Zion Hospital - including Alex's ex-boyfriend, Dr. Joel Goran (Daniel 
Gillies, VAMPIRE DIARIES) - continue to handle gripping medical cases full of 
twists and turns, while Charlie struggles with a secret that could jeopardize 
his career and his relationship with Alex: he can still see and communicate 
with ghosts. Gemini-nominated actor Jason Priestley (CALL ME FITZ) and Gregory 
Smith (ROOKIE BLUE) are each set to direct an episode this season, joining 
Ken Girotti (BOMB GIRLS), John Fawcett (ORPHAN BLACK), and Jeff Woolnough 
(Jack). Plus, Gemini Award-winning actress Erin Karpluk (BEING ERICA) joins 
SAVING HOPE for a recurring guest starring role this season, playing a single 
mother and one of Dr. Joel Goran's (Daniel Gillies) patients. 
THE 2013 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS - Sunday, May 19 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV 
CTV continues to provide Canadians with exclusive live coverage of THE 2013 
BILLBOARDS MUSIC AWARDS. The Awards will feature performances by megawatt 
stars including global phenomenon Justin Bieber, seven-time GRAMMY(® 
)Award-winner Taylor Swift, GRAMMY( )Award-winning singer-songwriter Bruno 
Mars, and R&B sensation Miguel. In addition, world-renowned music legend 
Prince is set to receive the Billboard Icon Award commemorating his 
ground-breaking accomplishments in music. Viewers get instant access to the 
excitement and entertainment live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las 
Vegas, airing Sunday, May 19 from 8-11 p.m. ET/PT on CTV. Additional broadcast 
details to be announced in the coming weeks. 
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