CTV two HD - Canada
CTV two's primetime schedule focuses on highly anticipated new series while it also has coverage of significant sporting events, movies, and news. Providing complementary programming to its sister channel CTV, with primarily newer or younger-skewed series. www.ctv.ca
Throughout most of the network's existence, CTV Two has aired NBC's The Tonight Show and Late Night since the mid 1990s under hosts Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers. However, Late Night with Seth Meyers aired on CTV for the first two years of its run, but switched places with The Late Late Show with James Corden (which aired on CTV Two since its March 2015 debut) in February 2016.
As A, the network's primetime schedule was revamped again, positioning A as the cutting-edge counterpart to the main CTV network. Most of the schedule consisted of anticipated new series such as Eleventh Hour and Fringe, and critically acclaimed or high-buzz (but lower-rated) sophomore series such as Gossip Girl, Mad Men, Private Practice, and Pushing Daisies, although a few older holdovers such as AFV and America's Next Top Model (previously on Citytv) remained in primetime. Talk shows such as Ellen, Tonight, and Late Night remain, while Wheel, which moved to CBC Television, was replaced by TMZ.
As part of its relaunch as CTV Two, the primetime schedule focused on highly anticipated new series, including results shows for The X Factor (the performance shows aired on CTV), Up All Night, and Man Up!. Additionally, CSI: Miami, Criminal Minds and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit also moved to CTV Two.