Everything about Heartland, eh?

New tonight: Less Than Kind, Lost Girl, Heartland, Wrath of Grapes, Million Dollar Neighbourhood, Canada’s Got Talent

Less Than Kind, HBO Canada – “The Promise Bone”
When Anne and Clara decide to sell the school they find Jim Sheridan’s buyout offer is hard to revive. Josh and Eric land an audition for their acting prodigy. When Danny goes missing Sheldon and Miriam wish they could turn the clock back.

Lost Girl, Showcase – “Truth and Consequences”
Bo confronts a very powerful Fae, uncertain whether she can trust The Ash’s counsel. The coming War takes its first casualties – literally and figuratively – which challenges Bo’s and Kenzi’s commitments to the cause and the ones they love. Written by Grant Rosenberg, directed by Lee Rose.

Heartland, CBC – “Wild Horses”
Amy and Ty join Scott on a trip back to his old reservation to save a herd of wild horses from the dangerous EHV-1 virus.

Wrath of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story II, CBC
The continuation of an iconoclastic and extraordinary career as Don Cherry moves on and becomes a legendary hockey broadcaster.

Million Dollar Neighbourhood, OWN Canada – “Get On My Property”
With the help of celebrity home renovation expert Kristi Hansen, the families have one week to renovate the dilapidated home of one surprised community member, as well as increase the energy savings in their own homes.

Canada’s Got Talent, Citytv – “Vancouver: Part 1″
The West Coast talent pool runs as deep as the Pacific Ocean, with everything from contortionists to chainsaw acts vying for a “YES” to the second round.

New tonight: Heartland, Wrath of Grapes, Lost Girl, Less Than Kind, Million Dollar Neighbourhood, Canada’s Got Talent

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Heartland, CBC – “Breaking Down and Building Up”
When tragedy strikes Amy must find a way to save Mr. Hanley’s rescue horses from kill buyers.

Wrath of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story II, CBC
The continuation of an iconoclastic and extraordinary career as Don Cherry moves on and becomes a legendary hockey broadcaster.

Lost Girl, Showcase – “Fae-nted Love”
Kenzi and Trick must race to save Bo from the fallout of a steamy night gone awry before it binds the Succubus for a millennium. In its wake, Bo poses very uncomfortable questions to Trick about her origins. Written by Shelley Scarrow, directed by Michael DeCarlo.

Less Than Kind, HBO Canada – “Jerk Chicken”
Sheldon hosts the victory celebration for the wrestling team and Tina becomes his girlfriend. Josh is forced into being a reluctant chaperone by a frightened Anne. Danny and Miriam crash the party.

Million Dollar Neighbourhood, OWN Canada – “The Kids Are Alright”
While kids control family spending, look for savings in their parents’ budgets and land part-time jobs, the adults start up a free child care service and protect their families’ futures by refinancing their mortgages with the help of Jessi Johnston and his team.

Canada’s Got Talent, Citytv – Series premiere
We start the search for Canada’s talent in Toronto. Meet our host and judges as the show kicks off it’s cross Canada tour.

New tonight: Heartland, Sunshine Sketches, Less Than Kind, Million Dollar Neighbourhood, Lost Girl

Heartland, CBC – “Aftermath”
In an attempt to avoid hitting a wolf, Ty is badly injured when he crashes his bike on a remote road, leaving Jack to search for help in the middle of nowhere.

Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town, CBC
CBC-TV celebrates Canada’s most revered humourist and one of the world’s most popular authors in this genre, Stephen Leacock, with a contemporary adaptation of his 1912 novel SUNSHINE SKETCHES OF A LITTLE TOWN, airing on Sunday, February 12 at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT). This signature event marks the 100th anniversary of the publication of Leacock’s most popular work, bringing together an incredible who’s who of Canada’s top actors and comedic talent for a comedy romp in the town of Mariposa.

Less Than Kind, HBO Canada – “Delirium”
A surprising goodnight kiss with Miriam makes Sheldon hopeful for a renewed relationship. But then Josh is last man standing when Sheldon, Anne and Clara fall to a vicious flu bug. Danny must come up with a plan to get out of a school project.

Million Dollar Neighbourhood, OWN Canada – “Breaking Bread & Making Dough”
Residents save money by eating inexpensively at home for a week. Later, they try to earn money by staging a five-star “Wine & Dine” with celebrity chef Anthony Sedlak.

Lost Girl, Showcase – “School’s Out”
Bo goes undercover as a high school teacher to investigate a mysterious case-Kenzi soon regrets agreeing to help her. Lauren makes a much anticipated return home from vacation.

Ratings: Week of January 16

From Bill Brioux at Toronto.com:

  • Canadians love hockey, football and The Big Bang Theory
    Fewer reruns meant stiffer competition for those new and returning CBC shows, but Dragons’ Den, Republic of Doyle, the Rick Mercer Report, Arctic Air, Mr .D and Marketplace all held their own. Betty White’s Off Their Rockers and Alcatraz also had strong starts this past week. Read more.