Sunnyside, City – “The Top Hat”
From hipsters and young professionals to yoga moms and romantic crooks, Sunnyside is a quirky neighbourhood in transition, where residents aren’t always what they seem and surprises lurk around every slightly dingy corner. In the series premiere, paranormal activity affects a couple’s love life; and Calliope (Kathleen Phillips, Dan for Mayor, Mr. D) breaks it off with Bad Boy Samson (Pat Thornton, Satisfaction, The Jon Dore Show) when their first date ends in a police shootout. Meanwhile, Dave (Rob Norman, MANTOWN improve troupe, Just for Laughs), the yuppie dad, introduces his toddler to the Baby Fight Club; and “The Hole” (Norm MacDonald, Saturday Night Live) – an open manhole that replaces the Internet – answers residents’ questions.
The Nature of Things, CBC – “Myth or Science 3: You Are What You Eat”
An exciting scientific journey with Dr. Jennifer Gardy to put food claims to the test and discover if they’re science fact or science fiction.
Doc Zone, CBC – “Wild & Dangerous”
Wild & Dangerous peers into the relationships between people and their exotic pets and examines the issues that come with keeping undomesticated animals. Does love for a pet outweigh concern for public safety, endangered species, and habitats at risk?
Storage Wars Canada, OLN – “Bigger, Stronger, Meaner, Dumber”
Roy hires bodyguards to keep the riff raff away at an auction in Brampton, ON. Then, Bogart quits… but just when he thinks he’s out, Paul tries to pull him back in. Celebrity guests include Canadian healthy living advocates Hal Johnson and Joanne McLeod (Body Break), as well as Canadian National Cricket Team player Harvir Baidwan.
The Liquidator, OLN – “Show Me The Moo-La”
Daniel makes deals for a load of LED screens and Chinese merchandise without consulting Jeff. Meanwhile, a cattle farmer wants to trade a steer for some furniture, so Jeff goes whole-cow into the beef business – but a mathematical error leaves him red-faced in front of new employee Ian.