CTS Unveils 2013-2014 Schedule: LARRY KING NOW, FAMILY FEUD, and MARIE OSMOND Join the Lineup

Jun 12, 2013, 10:15 ET from Crossroads Television System (CTS)

CTS celebrates 15 Years with Bigger, Brighter, and Bolder shows!

BURLINGTON, ON, June 12, 2013 /CNW/ - New famous faces and big personalities are coming to the CTS lineup this fall.   CTS is proud to be the Canadian network airing legendary broadcaster Larry King's new show "Larry King Now"  beginning September 9th.

Larry King Now (weeknights at 9:00pmrepeats next day at 3:30pm) Larry King is back on TV bringing his unique brand of talk to Canadian audiences.   King will also bring his fun and personal side to interviews with A-List celebrities like Kevin Bacon, Jessica Alba, Colin Farrell, Harrison Ford, Snoop Lion, Andrew Lincoln, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Bill MaherMatthew McConaughey and George Stroumboulopoulos.  In addition, Larry will talk with newsmakers and tackles the societal issues that are at the forefront of popular culture.

Marie (weekdays at 4:00pm) Iconic performer Marie Osmond brings her laughter, warmth, and genuine personality to her daily talk show "Marie".   Her own life experiences, both the triumphs and tragedies, make her the perfect interviewer to speak candidly with her famous guests.

Family Feud (weekdays at 5:00pm and 5:30pm) In the Emmy Award-winning TV game show hosted by comedian Steve Harvey, Family Feud pits two teams of family members against each other in an attempt to guess the top answers. Survey says…it's going to be a bit hit in the CTS lineup.

Returning weeknights this fall are fan favourites Gilmore Girls and The West Wing.  Plus, CTS continues with its feel good movies on Sunday nights and the CTS program Popcorn TV, which features hidden camera gags from around the world.

Learn more at ctstv.com

About Crossroads Television System
CTS creates television and other powerful visual media that can educate, entertain and inspire through positive, superior quality content. CTS airs a range of entertaining and inspirational programs, including faith and values content. Like many Canadians, CTS shares the concern about the decline in quality family programming and is taking a stand to ensure a place for trustworthy, safe television in Canada. www.ctstv.com

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