Warning: array_merge(): Argument #2 is not an array in /usr/share/wordpress/lede/wp-content/themes/bellmedia-thelede-2020.07.08-164153/vendor/soberwp/controller/src/Controller.php on line 151
Deja-View: SAVING HOPE Returns with Another 1.7 Million Viewers - Bell Media

Deja-View: SAVING HOPE Returns with Another 1.7 Million Viewers

— August 12, 2012

To tweet this release: http://bit.ly/P3EPpm

Toronto, ON (August 17, 2012) – Another 1.7 million viewers tuned into last night’s all-new episode of SAVING HOPE. Head-to-head against BIG BROTHER, Canada’s #1 new series/summer drama also delivered 6% more viewers than the CBS/GLOBAL simulcast (1.6 million total viewers). SAVING HOPE continues to surge, with last night’s episode delivering new series high overnight audiences with the key A18-34 and A18-49 demos. 

Last night’s episode picked up from the emotional fall out after a cliffhanger episode that delivered a series high 1.9 million viewers on July 26 (overnight audience was 1.7 million) and saw Charlie (Michael Shanks) taken off his ventilator. 

** Media Note ** Download photos from SAVING HOPE at BellMediaPR.ca

In next week’s episode, “A New Beginning” (Thursday, Aug. 24 at 9 p.m. ET/PTon CTV), Joel (Danielle Gillies) returns to the OR for the first time since injuring his hand but gets cold feet. Kinney (Wendy Crewson) decides that Joel needs to get away from the hospital, and invites him to come with her on a Continuing Medical Education expedition to her hometown of Elsinore. During their field trip, a woman gets pinned underneath a truck and Joel and Kinney lead the rescue effort. Back at Hope Zion, Charlie (Michael Shanks) meets a newly deceased therapist who suspects it’s an emotional block that is keeping him in his coma. Meanwhile, Alex (Erica Durance) examines a man with swelling in his chest after an accident at the gym, and discovers he has an underlying condition not common in men.





About CTV
CTV, Canada’s Olympic Network, is also Canada’s largest private broadcaster. Featuring a wide range of quality news, sports, information, and entertainment programming, CTV is Canada’s most-watched television network and lead broadcaster of the London 2012 Olympic Games. CTV is a division of Bell Media, Canada’s premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio and digital. Bell Media is owned by BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE), Canada’s largest communications company. More information about CTV can be found on the network’s website at ctv.ca

- CTV -

Source: BBM Canada, Summer 2012 to date: May 28 - August 12, 2012

For more information, please contact:
Matthew Almeida, Bell Media, 416.384-2629 or matthew.almeida@bellmedia.ca
Jim Quan, Bell Media, 416.384.4633 or jim.quan@bellmedia.ca
Follow Us