Sunday: Lost Girl, Dragons’ Den, Republic of Doyle, Heartland, Million Dollar Neighbourhood


Lost Girl, Showcase – ConFAEdential and Season 3 premiere
Kicking off the third season is Lost Girl ConFAEdential, a catch-up show where faenatics get up close and personal with the cast as they discuss the on and off camera antics of the past two seasons. The special is set to air before the season three premiere on January 6 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Showcase. Season three promises more twists and turns for TV’s favourite succubus, Bo (Anna Silk: Being Erica, Billable Hours). This season sees Bo make a romantic choice, but finds the road to commitment riddled with obstacles. Throughout the season, unexpected jeopardy stalks Bo and those she cares about. Though Bo battles many foes, her greatest enemy will prove to be the one that resides within her.

Dragons’ Den, CBC – “Second Chance”
A Toronto deli drives its way back into the Den; a tanning business from seasons past leaves a Dragon turning red again; and an entrepreneur from Season 1 hopes this time the Dragons will see eye-to-eye with his idea. Plus, a fast food idea comes back for seconds.

Republic of Doyle, CBC – “From Dublin With Love”
The extended Doyle family shows up on the doorstep unannounced and in huge trouble, leaving Jake and Mal to tangle with some formidable gangsters from across the pond; Leslie Bennett is mysteriously absent from work; Jake receives an unexpected gift. Guest stars: Angus MacFadyen, Mark Critch, Oliver Becker, Martin McCann, Arnold Pinnock, Sarah Jurgens.

Heartland, CBC – “The Road Ahead”
Amy and Ty hold off telling the family their great news when they return from their trip to find everyone reeling from the devastating fire at Lou and Peter’s home.

Million Dollar Neighbourhood, OWN Canada – season premiere
The second season of Million Dollar Neighbourhood launches on Sunday, January 6 at 8 p.m. ET, on Corus Entertainment’s OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network (Canada), this year featuring the financially struggling residents of Bowmanville, Ontario, who have just 10 weeks to increase their collective net worth by $1 million dollars. With the help of new host, personal financial expert and financial literacy advocate Preet Banerjee, and returning host, expert psychologist Dr. Joti Samra, participating Bowmanville families take on drastic measures as they attempt to wrestle down their personal debt, reign in their spending and find new sources of income as they commit to becoming Canada’s next Million Dollar Neighbourhood.


One thought on “Sunday: Lost Girl, Dragons’ Den, Republic of Doyle, Heartland, Million Dollar Neighbourhood”

  1. I think i am going to forever wonder what CBC was thinking with moving Republic Of Doyle. Putting two of the most popular Canadian shows in the same time slot probably isn’t the smartest move. It reminds me of Showcase moving King so that it was in the same timeslot as Criminal Minds.

    Republic Of Doyle is 9pm everywhere except Nfld. Lost Girl is 9pm in Quebec, Ontario, and BC. People in the east can catch the repeat of Lost Girl at midnight and those in BC can get the early showing at 6pm PT if they are fans of both shows. It isn’t ideal but at least this season Showcase IS offering a repeat in prime time for those on the west coast which those in the east can take advantage of if they stay up late. .

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