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CFL football

The 2-0 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (that's right, two wins, zero losses) make their first road trip of the new CFL season, travelling east to meet the now Calvillo-less Montreal Alouettes. TSN, 6 p.m.

Crossbones

In the new episode The Return, Lowe makes plans to kidnap Blackbeard and turn him in to the authorities. He hopes his plan will save the citizens of Santa Compana from the villainous wrath of William Jagger. NBC/Global, 9 p.m.

Finding Carter

CTV gives some main-network exposure to this youth-oriented MTV series, which follows a teenage girl (Kathryn Prescott) who believes she has a perfect life with her single mom but finds out by chance that her "mother" actually abducted her when she was a child. CTV, 8 p.m.

Talk Shows

George Stroumboulopoulos: William Shatner

David Letterman: Mark Wahlberg, Ben Falcone

Jimmy Fallon: Liev Schreiber, Rob Reiner

Jimmy Kimmel: Melissa McCarthy, Marc Maron

Craig Ferguson: Morgan Freeman, Adam Ray

Seth Meyers: Al Roker, Paul Haggis

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 11, 2014 D2

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