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Upcoming episode: Corner Gas, CTV, Nov. 20

From CTV:

8 p.m. ET – Corner Gas – “One Piano, Four Hands”
Wanda’s competitive nature comes out when she and Davis both sign up for piano lessons with Emma. Brent and Oscar do battle over a new air pump at Corner Gas. And when Lacey breaks her arm, Hank tries to help her through the recovery process. Meanwhile everyone in town seems eager to sign Lacey’s cast – except, for some reason, Karen.

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Dragons’ Den ratings

From CBC:

AUDIENCES CATCH ON TO CBC TELEVISION’S NO. 1 NEW SERIES: DRAGONS’ DEN

Viewership for CBC Television’s increasingly popular series DRAGONS’ DEN has continued to grow each week. The broadcast of episode six, which aired Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 8 p.m., attracted 547,000 Canadian viewers, an increase of 250 per cent since the show premiered in October.

Viewers who missed the start of the series will be able to watch an updated presentation of the first episode on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 8 p.m.

The season finale, airing Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 8 p.m., takes a surprising twist when the secrets of the Den are revealed. In this episode, viewers will learn what happened to some of the most talked-about pitchers. In particular, the Kingston woman who pitched her kegel exerciser; the Winnipeg brothers who wanted to mortgage their family farm to make their electronic gift card dreams come true; the memorable pitcher who brought the Dragons to tears with her personal tale of escaping communist Czechoslovakia; and the Brighton, Ont. man who won the pockets of the Dragons with his portable barbecue.

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In production: Little Mosque on the Prairie

From Inside the CBC:

Edit – Full announcement from CBC:

NEW CBC COMEDY SERIES LITTLE MOSQUE ON THE PRAIRIE GOES INTO PRODUCTION

LITTLE MOSQUE ON THE PRAIRIE is a new comedy series that takes a humorous and light-hearted comedic look at a Muslim community trying to interact with its small town Canadian neighbours. The eight-episode, half-hour series set in today’s post-Sept. 11-era goes into production this week. The brainchild of female Muslim-Canadian filmmaker Zarqa Nawaz, LITTLE MOSQUE ON THE PRAIRIE is a WestWind Pictures production. The series debuts on CBC Television, Tuesday, Jan. 9 at 8:30 p.m.

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