Motive, CTV – “Crimes of Passion”
When a teenage girl is killed in a hit-and-run accident, first clues point Detectives Flynn (Kristin Lehman) and Vega (Louis Ferreira) toward the girl’s disgruntled ex-boyfriend. Passion is a strong enough motive for murder, but Angie believes the boyfriend is innocent. She takes a different tack, which reveals a connection between the victim and an eminent prosecutor in the midst of a mayoral campaign. Turns out that passion may well be the motive, and the underpinning of a secret double life.
Lost Girl, Showcase – Faes Wide Shut
When humans start dissolving into piles of goo, Bo uncovers a nefarious twist to a sexy Key Club. Meanwhile, Bo is forced to make an extreme revelation about her bestie.
Heartland, CBC – “Waiting for Tomorrow”
Scott discovers that Spartan has a broken leg and Amy is forced to make the toughest decision of her life.
Dragons’ Den, CBC – “Valentine Edition”
A new showerhead system hopes to avoid being put in hot water; a targeted dating site looks for a Dragon partner; and a chocolate bar wakes up the Den. Plus a Canadian Classic gets a meaty spin.
Republic of Doyle, CBC – “The Heroine”
Jake’s worst fears are realized upon discovery that Leslie has gone missing while working her dangerous undercover assignment, and now he’s determined to find her at all costs. Meanwhile, an unlikely and suspicious client enlists Des’s PI services. Guest stars: Robert Joy, Max Martini, Joel Thomas Hynes
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