New tonight: Doc Zone, The Nature of Things, The Firm, Undercover Boss

Sext up KIDS tween photoDoc Zone, CBC – “Sext Up Kids”

The powder keg that is porn culture has exploded in the lives of North American children. The often-devastating consequences are explored in the new film Sext up KIDS, premiering Thursday, February 23, 2012 at 9 pm on CBC’s main network documentary showcase, “Doc Zone”. Directed by award winning documentary filmmaker, Maureen Palmer (Leaving Bountiful, How to Divorce & Not Wreck the Kids), Sext up KIDS is produced by Rick LeGuerrier and Timothy M. Hogan of Dream Street Pictures (Canada Russia ’72, Sticks and Stones).

The Nature of Things, CBC – “Journey to the Disaster Zone”
One year later, as Japan grapples with the aftermath of the triple disaster—earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown—David Suzuki travels to the country to learn how the people most affected are responding. Featuring dramatic footage of the tsunami never seen outside Japan, Journey to the Disaster Zone: Japan 3/11 airs on CBC-TV’s THE NATURE OF THINGS WITH DAVID SUZUKI, Thursday, Feb. 23 at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT).

The Firm, Global – “Chapter Nine”
Mitch and Ray probe the death of a sergeant’s son when the case becomes a national security matter. Meanwhile, Tammy lands a new job with the hope of breaking new ground in the Sarah Holt case.

Undercover Boss, W Network – Brian Scudamore, founder and CEO of 1-800-GOT- JUNK?
Brian goes undercover as a driver and junk collector, hauling loads of unwanted clutter in the world’s largest junk removal franchise, 1-800 –GOT-JUNK?, which was founded in Vancouver. During the episode, he works alongside Calgary franchise office manager, Dani, who not only runs the day-to- day in the office, but actually gets out there to haul junk when they are short staffed on truck crews.