Bell Media announced the programming lineups for CTV and CTV2 (previously stylized as CTV Two) on Thursday, June 7.
New Canadian production includes comedy series Jann (starring and based on Jann Arden) this midseason, as well as a fourth season of Cardinal (ahead of its third season debut), a new season of The Launch, while The Beaverton shifts over to CTV from Comedy.
The Resident, which aired its first season on Citytv, will move over to CTV this fall. Canada’s Walk of Fame Awards returns to CTV (it most recently aired on Global).
Genre shows like Arrow, The Flash and Gotham will presumably head to CTV Sci-Fi (the rebranded Space) this fall.
New dramas include The Rookie and Magnum P.I. New comedies this fall include The Kids Are Alright, God Friended Me. The Alec Baldwin Show also joins CTV’s fall schedule.
New U.S. programming coming this midseason to CTV and CTV2: The Enemy Within, The Fix, The Red Line, The Village, Grand Hotel, Whiskey Cavalier, America’s Got Talent: Champions.
Bell Media and Netflix have partnered with The SCTV Reunion Special. Other specials include Abba: Thank You for the Music, The 91st Academy Awards, Super Bowl LIII, The 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, The 52nd Country Music Awards, The 73rd Tony Awards, The 2018 American Music Awards, and The 2019 Billboard Music Awards.
CTV’s talk-focused daytime schedule returns with Live with Kelly and Ryan, The Marilyn Denis Show, The Social, Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. CTV’s late-night talk lineup continues with The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (at midnight), The Late Late Show with James Corden (at 12:30 a.m.), and Conan at 1:30 a.m.).
Due to a crowded Thursday schedule, Grey’s Anatomy will air a day earlier in Canada (Wednesdays), while CTV will air How to Get Away with Murder a day late (Fridays). The Voice will be split between CTV and CTV2 — with CTV2 leading with Mondays 2-hour episode and CTV airing the hourlong Tuesday episode.
CTV2’s daytime lineup includes The Bold and the Beautiful (encores at 1 p.m. with a new episode at 1:30 p.m.). CTV2’s late-night lineup: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (at 11:30 a.m.) and Late Night with Seth Meyers (at 1:30 a.m.).
ETALK and the syndicated strip of The Big Bang Theory kick things off on CTV at 7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. While syndicated strips of The Goldbergs and Seinfeld air at 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on CTV2.
CTV’s Fall 2018 Schedule:
8 p.m. — The Resident (simulcast with Fox)
9 p.m. — Magnum P.I. (s/CBS)
10 p.m. — The Good Doctor (s/ABC)
8 p.m. — The Voice (s/NBC)
9 p.m. — This Is Us (s/NBC)
10 p.m. — The Rookie (s/ABC)
8 p.m. — The Goldbergs (s/ABC)
8:30 p.m. — American Housewife (s/ABC)
9 p.m. — Grey’s Anatomy (pre-release ABC)
10 p.m. — Criminal Minds (s/CBS)
8 p.m. — The Big Bang Theory (s/CBS)
8:30 p.m. — Young Sheldon (s/CBS)
9 p.m. — Station 19 (s/ABC)
10 p.m. — Law & Order: SVU (s/NBC)
8 p.m. — Blindspot (s/NBC)
9 p.m. — How to Get Away with Murder (post-release ABC)
10 p.m. — Blue Bloods (s/CBS)
7 p.m. — W5
8 p.m. — Movie
7 p.m. — NFL
7:30 p.m. — NFL on CTV Postgame
8 p.m. — God Friended Me (s/ABC)
9 p.m. — Shark Tank (s/ABC)
10 p.m. — The Alec Baldwin Show (s/ABC)
CTV2’s Fall 2018 Schedule:
8 p.m. — The Voice (simulcast with NBC)
8 p.m. — The Big Bang Theory (repeat)
8: 30 p.m. — The Kids Are Alright (s/ABC)
9 p.m. — The Big Bang Theory (repeat)
9:30 p.m. — Splitting Up Together (s/ABC)
8 p.m. — Carter (repeat)
9 p.m. — The Detail (repeat)
7:30 p.m. — Thursday Night Football Pre-Game Show
8:30 p.m. — Thursday Night Football
8 p.m. — Movie
8 p.m. — Football Night in America
8:20 p.m. — Sunday Night Football