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TV-PG (30 MIN)

Norman Van Aken is the creator of New World Cuisine “ a fusion of Latin American, Caribbean, Asian, African and American flavours. Born in Illinois, it was a trip to Key West that would forever change his view of food: he began using fresh native fish, luscious tropical fruits and vegetables and exotic chilies. Part of a group of Florida chefs called The Mango Gang, Norman's flair for fusion has earned him kudos from Gourmet Magazine (one of "America's Top Tables) and the New York Times, calling his restaurant Norman's the best in Miami.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Born to Cuban immigrants, Doug Rodriguez is father of Nuevo Latino cooking. He is also fueled by a desire to be a strong role model for Hispanic Americans. Oddly it was Julia Child that inspired him as a youngster “ he preferred watching her cooking show over cartoons on TV. Growing up in Miami, he was surrounded by the sights and smells of Cuban American food, and it was there, at age 24, that he would open the highly successful Yuca restaurant in the fashionable area of South Beach. He now is owner chef of restaurants in several cities and Zagat has called him "the most important restaurant chef in the Latin world.


TV-G (30 MIN)

It's time to get the grill fired up has P. Allen Smith brings the garden to the barbeque. In this episode of Garden to Table, Allen heads to Oklahoma where they are grilling veggies and whipping up a Mint Raspberry Iced Tea recipe that is a must try for your next gathering. Then learn how to create an elegant outdoor tablescape using gourds.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Fresh fish is on the menu in this episode of P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table. Also tips on growing cabbage and using it to create a delicious Cole Slaw. Plus, a fishing trip in the Arkansas Delta on the search for crappie.


TV-G (30 MIN)

P. Allen Smith visits Monticello, the home of our third president and first foodie. At Thomas Jefferson's home Allen heads to the garden to see what is being harvested for their annual festival. Allen also goes inside Monticello to see what a dining experience in the home would have been like in the early 1800's.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Get your shovel and trowel ready. P. Allen Smith is getting down and dirty in this episode of Garden to Table. Allen is pulling root vegetables out of the ground and putting them on a plate. Plus, a gorgeous tablescape idea for your next brunch.


TV-G (30 MIN)

In this episode of Garden to Table, P. Allen Smith is harvesting beans for use in the kitchen. Allen also visits a soy bean farm and has some gardening tips for planting asparagus beans. And food trucks are taking the nation by storm¦ a visit with one that is dedicated to keeping it green.


TV-G (30 MIN)

The State Fair is underway and P. Allen Smith is checking out the feathered creatures in the poultry barn. Poultry scientist Keith Bramwell also makes a visit to the farm to talk about the perfect backyard animal that keeps on giving. Plus, a dessert made with a chef's egg of choice.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

Murdoch questions his commitment to Dr. Ogden when mummified remains lead him to a very old murder-love story.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

Murdoch sets out to prove that a manor isn't haunted when two of the Beaton heirs die under mysterious circumstances.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

Murdoch re-examines the cases of a recently murdered judge and a man who was hanged for a murder he didn't commit.


TV-14+DLSV (60 MIN)

Investigating the murder of a young woman who had posed for racy photographs.


TV-14+LSV (60 MIN)

Eccentric inventor Nikola Tesla warns Murdock of his research after a man is killed by being cooked from the inside; Dr. Ogden considers a job in Buffalo.


TV-14+LSV (60 MIN)

Human body parts in cement are discovered on a riverbank.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

Murdoch investigates when a soldier's corpse is found suspended in a tree.


TV-14+DLV (60 MIN)

Ignoring a puzzling break-in at Station 4, Murdoch travels to Buffalo to help Dr. Ogden solve the suspicious death of a young cancer patient at a children's hospital.


TV-14+DLV (60 MIN)

The master of a wealthy household is found face down in his morning porridge.


TV-14+DLSV (60 MIN)

Murdoch meets Detective Marcel Guillaume, the man who inspired Inspector Maigret.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

Murdoch realizes a painting may depict a crime scene, but the artist cannot speak.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

Murdoch is embroiled in international affairs when a corpse is found with a secret letter.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

A telephone operator and amateur sleuth hears a woman being strangled on the line.


TV-14+DLV (60 MIN)

Murdoch's ex-lover Anna visits Toronto on her way to be married but her fiance vanishes.


TV-14+DLV (60 MIN)

Probing a priest's murder Murdoch learns his long-lost sister is now a nun who claims a demon caused the death.


TV-14+DLSV (60 MIN)

Murdoch hunts for a vampire, as rumors of vampirism spread across Toronto.


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

Job one for homeowner Jimmy is to depersonalize his home as Paul and Penny assure him that the medieval theme gone wrong in the basement would repel any potential buyer. Supported by his girlfriend, Lisa, Jimmy rallies a strong team of fellow firefighters and family to tackle the renovation that spans all three levels of the house! Jimmy concludes the competition with a sweet surprise for Lisa. Competitor Iain is also basement challenged. It shows as a teenage wasteland “ still full to the brim with stuff left behind by his four kids. With wife Carolynn away taking care of their ill daughter, best friend Dave steps in to help. Within the first days of the competition, disaster strikes! A sub pump malfunction causes a flood that jeopardizes the reno plans. May the best basement win!


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

It's a head to head battle as both sets of homeowners work to bring yesterday's style into today! Gwen and Aldo chose their home to raise their young family, but now that their daughters are grown up and Gwen's new home-based business is about to take off, they need to find a more accommodating space. Their jam-packed suburban home shows really small and the forest green carpets and floral couches beg for a re-do. Aldo puts his handyman skills to the test and takes on an entire kitchen overhaul with the help of friends and family, while Gwen gets picked on for her laid back approach to renos. With only a small team in place, Sue has no choice but to be hands on in her reno. Having been out of work for months, Sue's finances are tight and every dollar counts. Sue takes a stab at tiling and gets creative when refinishing countertops, but the slow pace at her camp threatens the chance for a strong finish. This competition will come down to the wire, as Sue's team scrambles to get it all done.


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

It's the battle of the bungalows in this small home versus small home rivalry. Scott and Dawn have got to sell; with their second child arriving soon, their home seems smaller by the day. Penny and Paul agree on most of the work needed, but when Paul makes a staging suggestion to create a third bedroom, Penny has different plans. Scott tackles an extra project to up the stakes, but quickly realizes it's far more than he's bargained for. A kickboxing themed fundraiser could be the key to knocking out the competition. Mary Ann and Joel's home is crowded with multiple generations under one roof and upsizing will make things more comfortable for their family. With the lack of curb appeal, perspective buyers would keep driving, making the exterior a major focus. Mary Ann's attempts to raise some cash by selling collector coins falls flat and Joel's theatrical talents far outweigh his landscaping skills. But when they score a deal for asphalt paving, things start looking up. Who will come out on top on


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

Homeowner teams square off in the hopes of turning their worn out houses into show homes. Newly engaged Jason, is ready to ditch the bachelor pad to find a place with fiancée Tara and Paul's commission-free listing could really help offset wedding costs. The problem is the house is stuck in an 80s time warp”blue countertops and dingy carpets must go and the garden mural in the foyer is an eyesore. Tara finds herself working without her partner on day one, but Jason saves face by holding a pub night fundraiser. Shannon and Eric had every intention of fixing up their home gradually, but with two young children and a house full of unfinished projects, it's proving to be too much for the young family. Paul likes the home at first glance, but turns to Penny for a solution to an awkward bathroom layout. Shannon and Eric live in a sought after neighbourhood that commands high-end finishes, but the granite countertop delivery deadline proves to be stressful; especially when an unexpected issue crops up in the