The Millers


So you’re the L.A. Kings. It’s the Stanley Cup finals, and all of a sudden you’re told that your No. 1 goalie and two best defenceman are either sidelined, in the penalty box or not available on this night. What do you do? That is pretty much the predicament CTV finds itself heading into the

Martindale last Sunday at the Beverly Hilton. Robert Voets/CBS For years, Margo Martindale dreamed of becoming a sitcom star. That dream appears to be finally coming true on The Millers (Thursday nights at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT on CBS and Global).The 62-year-old actress was one of dozens of CBS stars who took part in recent international

When Survivor returns Wednesday night at 8 p.m., John Cochran will be watching. Not just because he won the last edition of the long-running reality series, but because he’s now a member of the CBS family.Immediately following his million-dollar win, the law grad landed a job as a writer on one of CBS’ new fall

Thursdays, long dominated by CTV in Canada (and coveted by advertisers across North America), suddenly looks to be in play. Not at 8 p.m., where The Big Bang Theory remains Canada’s most-watched series. Grey’s Anatomy, however, is not as dominant as it has been in the past, and at 10 p.m., Global will win with Elementary.A bit of a