Sunday, September 7, 2014

Sons of Anarchy pay a visit to Z Nation on a Package Deal and it isn ...

Z Nation

Bill Harris’ TV must-sees for the week of Sept. 7

1 Boardwalk Empire

Fifth and final season debut

Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) recalls his roots as a poor kid in Atlantic City while simultaneously plotting his next move in the event that Prohibition is repealed.

When: Sunday on HBO Canada

2 Sons of Anarchy

Seventh and final season debut

Jax (Charlie Hunnam) eschews legitimacy and makes vengeance a club priority, while Gemma (Katey Sagal) and Juice (Theo Rossi) continue their unholy alliance of secrets.

When: Tuesday on Super Channel

3 Z Nation

Debut (pictured above)

No, the “Z” in this case does not stand for zebras or zeppelins or zippers or Zooey Deschanel. It’s more zombies, dammit, in a new series starring Tom Everett Scott.

When: Friday on Space

4 CCMA Awards


Rick Mercer and Jann Arden host the annual Canadian country music hardware handout. Performers include Autumn Hill, Gord Bamford, Terri Clark and The Road Hammers

When: Sunday on CBC, CMT

5 Package Deal

Season-two debut

Sheldon (Harland Williams) and Ryan (Jay Malone) aren’t amused when they find out Danny (Randal Edwards) went to see the new James Bond movie with Kim (Julia Voth).

When: Friday on City

6 Hell’s Kitchen

Season-13 debut

Eighteen aspiring chefs are split into two teams. The winners this week spend time with Gordon Ramsay and Wolfgang Puck. The losers set up the living arrangements.

When: Wednesday on Fox, City

7 Fashion Rocks


Ryan Seacrest hosts a concert honouring the relationship between fashion and music. Like, that needs to be honoured? Performers include The Band Perry, Duran Duran and Kiss.

When: Tuesday on CBS, Global

8 Love Prison


A carefree bachelor and a single mother who’ve “dated” online for six months finally meet in person, spending a week together on an island. Hey, what could go wrong, Gilligan?

Monday on A&E

9 The Biggest Loser: Glory Days


Twenty former athletes, including NFLers Scott Mitchell and Damien Woody, and Olympic gold medal-winning tennis player Zina Garrison, aim to regain control of their lives.

When: Thursday on NBC, Yes TV

10 Utopia


Fifteen pioneer wannabes move to a remote location where they begin the process of creating their own civilization from scratch. First rule: Telemarketing is forbidden.

When: Sunday, Tuesday and Friday on Fox, City



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