It's a fiery week on CTV Two: Check out all of the highlights
“Up All Night” is already full of funny, but it’s about to get a whole lot funnier this week as Molly Shannon plays a less-than-stellar assistant that Regan (Christina Applegate) can’t seem to fire.
The models get fired up, Olympic flame-styles, on “America’s Next Top Model,” as they reenact ancient Olympic sports during their stay in Greece.
And on Sunday night, curl up next to the fire and watch the glam, glitz and fashion faux-pas at the live red carpet Countdown to the American Music Awards hosted by Chris Harrison and Vanessa Manillo.
Check out all of this week’s CTV Two Highlights:
Wednesday, Nov. 16
8 p.m. – Up All Night – “Hiring and Firing” – NEW EPISODE
Reagan's (Christina Applegate) inability to fire a less-than-stellar assistant, Nancy (guest star Molly Shannon, Saturday Night Live), leads Ava (Maya Rudolph) to question whether she has lost her edge. Meanwhile, Reagan and Chris (Will Arnett) hope to find a babysitter that will give him some much-needed parental relief.
9 p.m. – Criminal Minds – “Hope” – NEW EPISODE
It's personal for Garcia (Kirsten Vangsness) when the BAU investigates the disappearance of a woman in her survivors' support group whose daughter went missing seven years earlier.
10 p.m. – Law & Order: SVU – “Educated Guess” – NEW EPISODE
When an emotionally disturbed man claims he witnessed a rape, the SVU must uncover what is real and what is imaginary when the alleged victim (guest star Natasha Lyonne, American Pie) turns out to be a patient in a psychiatric hospital.
Thursday, Nov. 17
8 p.m. – The X Factor – LIVE RESULTS SHOW
The votes are in! Find out which act will be sent home on an all-new "Live Results" episode of The X Factor.
9 p.m. – America’s Next Top Model – “Exploring Greece” – NEW EPISODE
The models find out they will be judged by each other during a challenge where one of the All-Stars is confronted about her insecurities. The women also get some time off to enjoy Greece and its night life. Nigel Barker photographs the models reenacting ancient Olympic sports.
Friday, Nov. 18
8 p.m. – Nikita – “Fair Trade” – NEW EPISODE
Nikita (Maggie Q) steals funds from Oversight, forcing them to host an emergency meeting. Nikita and Birkoff (Aaron Stanford) figure out how to spy on the meeting so Nikita can identify the other members of Oversight, but things go awry and Sean (Dillon Casey) captures Birkoff.
Saturday, Nov. 19
8 p.m. – The Sing-Off – “Top 5 Groups: The Rhythm & Blues Revue” – NEW 2-HR EPISODE
The top five groups open the show with a medley of "I Feel Good" by James Brown, "ABC" by The Jackson 5 and "Crazy in Love" by Beyonce. Later they each perform their favourite R&B hits in an attempt to woo the judges for their votes.
Sunday, Nov. 20
7 p.m. – Countdown to the 2011 American Music Awards – LIVE
Live from the Nokia Theatre in L.A. CTV Two broadcasts the LIVE countdown to music’s hottest night to celebrate the 2011 American Music Awards. Hosted by Chris Harrison and Vanessa Manillo, catch all the glam, glitz and fashion faux-pas as the music industry’s stars walk the red carpet.
10 p.m. – CSI: Miami – “A Few Dead Men” – NEW EPISODE
The CSIs investigate when three convicted murderers are released from prison and someone starts killing them one by one.