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Sunday, July 19, 2009 - 10:00pm - Sunday, July 19 on /A
Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS
Re-live the action from Wednesday's season finale as the top three dive into a high-stakes cover-try photo shoot for Fashion Magazine. The best two advance and continue to compete and the worst goes home in a mid-show elimination. The final two models then enter the final challenge of the competition - a walk-off in a heel-to-heel runway fashion show. In the end, only one will be named CANADA'S NEXT TOP MODEL.
Sunday, July 19, 2009 - From a media release - July 16, 2009:
1.36 Million Viewers Watch Meaghan Become CANADA’S NEXT TOP MODEL on CTVread more
Thursday, July 16, 2009 -
From a media release - July 15, 2009:read more
Wednesday, July 15, 2009 - Last night, 1.36 million viewers* were watching CTV as Meaghan Waller, 19 from Winnipeg, became the last model standing and took home the title of CANADA’S NEXT TOP MODEL, preliminary data from BBM Nielsen Media Research confirms. More than two million viewers watched all or part of the broadcast and with an average audience of 957,000 viewers, the season finale was the most-watched episode of the season, up 31% compared to the season-to-date average. Winning its timeslot at 8 p.m. in total viewers and the key A18-34, A18-49 and A25-54 demos, the episode was the most-watched program on Canadian television last night for A25-54 and the key female demos F18-49 and F25-54. Additionally, CANADA’S NEXT TOP MODEL was also the #1 reality show of the night, delivering more viewers than a simulcast of BIG BROTHER on Global (943,000).read more
Wednesday, July 15, 2009 - There wasn’t a dry eye in the house at tonight’s final judging on CTV’s CANADA’S NEXT TOP MODEL. After weeks of challenges, trips, and photos shoots, Meaghan, 19 from Winnipeg, outlasted 11 eliminations to become the last model standing and win the title of CANADA’S NEXT TOP MODEL. Host Jay Manuel and the judges, FASHIONTELEVISION’s Jeanne Beker, supermodel Yasmin Warsame, Montreal native and A-List photographer Mike Ruiz, and photo shoot Creative Director Nolé Marin, all agreed she had what it takes to win the competition and become Canada’s next model sensation. “Every emotion is pouring through my veins right now,” Meaghan said immediately after being named Canada’s Next Top Model. “I want to travel. I want to do as many photo shoots around the world as possible. I want to make it all happen. It is official – Meaghan Waller is a model.”read more
Tuesday, July 14, 2009 - Tuesday, July 14 8 p.m.
It all comes down to this. The top three dive into a high-stakes cover-try photo shoot for Fashion Magazine. The best two advance and continue to compete - and the worst goes home in a mid-show elimination. The final two models then enter the final challenge of the competition – a walk-off in a heel-to-heel runway fashion show. In the end, only one will be named CANADA’S NEXT TOP MODEL.
Sunday, July 12, 2009 - Sunday, July 12 10 p.m.
Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on /A\ Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS
The models have to nail a Cover Girl photo shoot under the watchful eye of this week’s photographer – judge Mike Ruiz and, as usual, Nolé Marin is on set as creative director, putting the girls through the paces. The stress of it all really takes a toll on the competitors. One of them is reduced to tears at the thought of losing and is sent off the set.
Sunday, July 12, 2009 - Sunday, July 12 beginning at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT (Catch-Up Marathon)Wednesday, July 15 at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT (Season Finale)Saturday, July 18 at 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT (Marathon)
Star! gives CANADA’S NEXT TOP MODEL fans, who may have missed an episode or simply want to relive every model moment, a chance to get caught up in a special Cycle 3 marathon (July 12), featuring all seven episodes back-to-back leading up to the grand finale. And for those who really can’t get enough, the entire season airs back-to-back on July 18, beginning at 3 p.m. ET. Hosted by Jay Manuel, CANADA’S NEXT TOP MODEL provides dramatic twists and turns as hopefuls compete to master essential skills to succeed in the industry.
Friday, July 10, 2009 - After a challenging week of drama, ripped dresses, tears, and bickering, Maryam was cut loose on tonight’s CANADA’S NEXT TOP MODEL on CTV, leaving the top three competitors to model-it-out in next week’s season finale. The journey has been difficult for Maryam who struggled with a language barrier and passport issues throughout the competition. And while she was disappointed not to be CANADA’S NEXT TOP MODEL, she wasn’t devastated and she’s not giving up. “I really wanted to win this, but I also really wanted to have the experience too,” Maryam said on her departure. “It’s not like this was the only way that I could go. I have a scholarship; my average was ‘A’ in school. I guess I’m going to go back to school and I’ll send my portfolio to the agency and see what happens.”read more
Wednesday, July 8, 2009 -
From a Media Release - July 7, 2009
On tonight’s episode, the Top 4 had to nail a Cover Girl photo shoot under the watchful and critical eyes of Nolé Marin and Mike Ruiz. Then Top Model icon Miss J. provided some much needed advice for walking the catwalk. The girls immediately took those lessons into the next challenge as they were wrapped in Cashmere Bathroom Tissue and tasked with strutting a tricky tabletop obstacle course. Unfortunately, the ultra-fragile garments needed dexterity and delicacy and one dress was badly ripped; first by Maryam and then by Linsay. In the end, it was Maryam who moved out of the penthouse.read more