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Battle of the GenerationsBattle of the Generations
CTV, 2023 Running | Game Show
Rating: 4/5

Battle of the Generations is a CTV Original quiz series hosted by award-winning entertainer, philanthropist, actress, producer, and writer, Lilly Singh. Each episode features four contestants from different generations - Baby Boomer, Gen X, Millennial, and Gen Z - as they face-off through multiple rounds of pop culture trivia. Contestants from across the country have to be both tactical and tenacious to be the last player standing, with the goal of entering The Vault, where they have the chance to win a cash prize of up to $25,000. Battle of the Generations not only asks questions from each contestant's generation, but from their rivals' generations too, determining who has what it takes to win it all.

Russell Peters: Irresponsible EnsembleRussell Peters: Irresponsible Ensemble
CTV, 2024 Running | Comedy

Join Russell Peters for a landmark Just For Laughs event as he hosts four special galas, each with a star-studded line-up of comics.

CTV, 2006 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Action, Adventure, Thriller
Rating: 2/5

Set in the ice cold slopes of the ski resort in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada Whistler is a fast-paced drama/thriller about the strange accidental death of professional snowboarder Beck MacKaye (David Paetkau, LAX, Final Destination 2).

The StarlostThe Starlost
CTV, 1973 Cancelled/Ended | Sci-Fi
Rating: 3/5

This low budget Canadian sci-fi series from 1973 ran for sixteen episodes before it was cancelled due to low ratings. It was created in Canada by Glen Warren Productions and partially funded by Twentieth Century Fox, who now own the broadcast and syndication rights to the series. It was also compiled down into five movies, each composed of two episodes each, with new credit sequences. The series was written by renowned science fiction author Harlan Ellison under a pseudonym of Cordwainer Bird, with additional episodes being written by other sci-fi authors. The plot concerned a giant Noah's Ark-like spaceship, composed of hundreds of huge "domes", each containing a sample culture from the planet Earth, which has long since died out due to an unknown disaster. The Ark, damaged from an asteroid collision, goes off course and heads into the path of a distant sun, its crew dead. Three simple farmers accidentally find their way out of their dome and must find out how to get the Ark back on course, and avoid the sun.

Canadian IdolCanadian Idol
CTV, 2003 Cancelled/Ended | Talent, Music, Reality, Game Show
Rating: 1/5

This reality series is the Canadian version, of the hugely popular Pop Idol.

Evolving VeganEvolving Vegan
CTV, 2023 Running | Adventure, Travel, Cooking/Food

Mena Massoud, actor and cookbook author, travels across North America and eats his way through some of the coolest cities to show us how beautiful meals, talented chefs and restaurateurs are making plant-based food delicious and attainable. He explores the exploding vegan food scene in Los Angeles, Austin, Mexico City, Vancouver, Portland and Toronto, showing us just how mouth-watering plant-based food can be.

CTV, 2012 Running | Documentary, News

W5 focuses on the 5 W's of journalism. Who, Where, What, Why and When.

Mary's Kitchen CrushMary's Kitchen Crush
CTV, 2019 On Hiatus | Cooking/Food, Reality

Join Chef Mary Berg on a culinary journey as she shares her family's favourite recipes and personal stories in Mary's Kitchen Crush. From mouth-watering mains to decadent desserts, Mary's Kitchen Crush is a must-watch for any foodie looking to learn new recipes and cooking techniques.

You Can't Do That on TelevisionYou Can't Do That on Television
CTV, 1979 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Family
Rating: 4/5

This was a sketch comedy show for young adults that was very popular in the 1980s. It started in 1979 as a (partially) live, local show in Ottawa, Canada, with comedy, music videos (or musical guests), and local, phone-in contests. After two seasons (the latter of which was later edited into the new format when shown nationally and internationally), the show's format changed to a half hour sketch comedy. It retained this format for the rest of its 11 year run. This show had a huge impact. It was picked up in 1981 by the fledgling US network Nickelodeon, which had only gone national a year earlier. This was the network's first big show and made the network what it is today.

Jamie's Easy Meals For Every DayJamie's Easy Meals For Every Day
CTV, 2020 Cancelled/Ended | Cooking/Food

Join Jamie at home with his family in Essex for delicious, family-focused food for real life, every day. In this brand new series, we join the nation's favourite chef at his country home, where he's cooking up tasty, healthy recipes from his new book 7 Ways: Easy Ideas for Every Day of the Week. Inspired by his own home cooking, based around simple, crowd-pleasing family meals that are creative but pressure-free, Jamie's Easy Meals For Everyday mostly uses 8 ingredients or less, with plenty of versatility based on availability and affordability. These are exciting meals that provide perfect opportunities to bring those we love together, and there really is something for all the family. With dishes this fun and fantastic, Jamie's empowering viewers to get in the kitchen and make these recipes their own and enjoy really great food every day of the week!

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