Everything about Heartland, eh?

Ratings: Week of September 19

From Bill Brioux at Toronto.com:

New tonight: Heartland, Cover Me Canada, Battle of the Blades on CBC

Heartland

“Something in the Night” – When Tim is coerced to go with Jack on a secret mission Amy is left back at Heartland with Janice to get a young racehorse ready for his maiden run.

Cover Me Canada

“Good Love Gone Bad” – 8 music acts compete for a chance to win $100,000 and a single to be released by Universal Music Canada. The nationwide voting results are in and one band wins immunity from elimination and one goes home.

Battle of the Blades

The first live performance show this Sunday, September 25 at 8 p.m. (8:30 p.m. NT) on CBC Television, followed by the second live performance episode on Monday, September 26 at 8 p.m. (8:30 p.m. NT). Joining the judging panel for the first anticipated performance episode of the season is fan-favourite ex-NHL player, Darcy Tucker.

Ratings: Week of September 12

From Bill Brioux at Toronto.com:

  • Emmy Awards, Survivor, Mercer and 22 Minutes back big as season officially starts
    The jockeying for position was evident this week with shows like Big Brother and America’s Got Talent bowing out and Survivor, Battle of the Blades, The Mercer Report and Heartland bowing in. As always, a few new shows can get lost in the shuffle. The decision to throw a smart comedy like Michael: Tuesday & Thursdays against the full heat of the week’s biggest premiere and finale seems odd to say the least. Read more.

Ratings: Battle of the Blades, Cover Me Canada, Heartland

From Bill Brioux of TV Feeds My Family:

  • Emmy doubles Blades, buries Cover Me
    That blunted CBC’s Battle of the Blades (1,195,000) but didn’t knock the third season premiere (or competitors Tessa Bonhomme and David Pelletier, right) off the ice. More rocked was CBC’s new talent reality series Cover Me Canada, which managed 591,000 viewers opposite the Emmys. Read more.