Murdoch Mysteries, CBC – “Holy Matrimony Murdoch”
As their wedding day approaches, Murdoch and Ogden intervene in the trial of a woman accused of killing her husband.
Strange Empire, CBC – “Lonely Hearts”
With Jeremiah missing and bounty hunters on her trail, Kat meets a medicine woman who takes her on a journey to help her search.
Package Deal, City – “The Imperfect Storm”
Ryan (Jay Malone) befriends his hero, local celebrity weatherman, Storm Chambers (guest star Jason Priestley, Call Me Fitz). When Storm turns out to be an annoying jerk, Ryan is left looking for ways to shake this new friendship. Meanwhile, Danny (Randal Edwards) uses diplomacy to prevent a robbery at the tea shop and Sheldon’s (Harland Williams) attempt to date an animal shelter employee backfires when he falls in love with “someone” else – a dog.
Murdoch Mysteries, CBC – “Glory Days”
Murdoch joins forces with legendary lawman Bat Masterson to hunt for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Strange Empire, CBC – “Other Powers”
Kat tells Marshal Caleb Mecredi she believes Slotter is guilty; Isabelle must convince Cornelius to loan her the miners’ wages.
Package Deal, City
Package Deal moves to Mondays. With guest star Jason Priestley.
Package Deal, City – “Danny’s New Job”
When Danny (Randal Edwards) takes a new job at a huge law firm, he is thrilled to be working for legendary defense lawyer, Jillian Sharpe (guest star Amanda Tapping, Sanctuary). But after failing to get on her good side, he vows to turn over a new leaf and no longer be “Mr. Nice Guy.” Meanwhile, Sheldon (Harland Williams) finishes his entire sexual bucket list thanks to Findr, a new hook-up app, while Kim (Julia Voth) and Nikki (Jill Morrison) create a fake Findr profile to lure business to the tea shop.
Marketplace, CBC – Canada’s Dumbest Charge
Tired of being nickel-and-dimed by unexpected extra charges on your bills? In its season premiere, MARKETPLACE – Canada’s consumer watchdog – is taking aim at frustrating fees and asking Canadians to vote on Canada’s Dumbest Charge. MARKETPLACE asked Canadians to scour their bills for dumb charges – and they got hundreds of submissions. They sifted through them all, narrowing the list down to five frustrating fees.