From Real Screen:
- Weather Channel picks up Omni Film’s “Ice Pilots”
The Weather Channel has picked up Vancouver-based Omni Film’s Ice Pilots (known as Ice Pilots NWT in Canada) for a March 5 premiere. Read more.
King, Global – “Farah Elliot”
Jess King is aghast when she discovers her nemesis, Seymour Keegan, a vicious serial predator, is targeting a new victim. When another girl goes missing, Jess resorts to questionable tactics to find the missing girl and bring Seymour to justice.
The Fifth Estate, CBC – “The Wreck of the Costa Concordia”
She was a floating ocean palace captained by a star of the fleet and outfitted with state-of-the-art safety equipment and advanced technology. Eyewitnesses and experts reveal the truth, the horror and the real life drama of the wrecking of the Costa Concordia.
Marketplace, CBC – “Lousy Labels: Health Hype”
In this year’s Top 10 Countdown of Lousy Labels, Erica Johnson finds the truth behind the latest “health-washing” buzzwords on food packaging, and asks the food companies to explain the spin. It will make you think twice before filling up your shopping cart.
From Jaob Goguen of Cadence:
The Firm, Global – “Chapter Six – False Promises”
Victor Garber (Alias) Guest Stars. Mitch is blindsided when a judge’s offer of leniency for his client appears to have ulterior motives behind it. Claire tries to convince her parents that she needs a cell phone, but when her parents disagree, Claire devises a new plan that scares Abby to the core. Meanwhile, Tammy and Ray continue piecing together what little clues they have on the Sarah Holt case.
Museum Secrets, History Television – “The Imperial War Museum, London, UK”
The Imperial War Museum tells the story of Britain at war, from World War One to the present, through a collection of 10 million items – from guns to planes to medals to cyanide pills – at five locations in England visited by over 2 million people every year. Museum Secrets descends into Churchill’s top-secret underground bunker to discover why he was an irreplaceable leader.
CAUTION: May Contain Nuts, APTN – “Samurai Space Rage”
CAUTION: May Contain Nuts continues to bring the funny to TV every Thursday, and tonight your bones will be extra tickled. In this episode we see Detective Mistakechuck inadvertently kidnap a group of kids and Jack Potts and the Bees Knees Arthurs show us how crazy our relatives were in the roaring 20’s . The Master and Samurai reflect on the Kill Bill’esque tale of “Ginja Ninja” featuring Franne of Green Stables. Oh and did we mention there’s a naked Cowboy? Catch new episodes on APTN and all our classics on BITE.
Bomb Girls, Global – “Armistice”
Lorna struggles with her feelings for Marco. Meanwhile, a confrontation over infidelity between Gladys and James comes to a head.
Dragons’ Den, CBC
A group of entrepreneurs are putting up their own barriers in the Den; a shakable pancake powder mixes things up; and a clean pitch gets a little messy. Plus a specialty clothing line tries to net a Dragon deal.
Republic of Doyle, CBC – “Rusted Steele”
Novelist Garrison Steele returns, hiring the Doyles to track down the love of his life. On the homefront, the Doyles get a new houseguest who’s not planning on leaving any time soon. Jake dodges his ex-wife Nikki while wooing his ex-girlfriend Leslie – who’ll have none of it. Guest stars: Victor Garber, Peter Keleghan, Hélène Joy, and Raoul Bhaneja.
Intense, compelling and confrontational, Season 2 continues to delve into the tumultuous lives of Blackstone’s residents as they deal with issues of toxic water and foster care.
Gastown Gamble, OWN Canada – “When Pigs Fly”
The butcher shop gets a major overhaul, Football Mike prepares for his first grandchild, and Mark finally sees pigs fly.