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The Nature

of Things

Thursday, April 25,

at 8 p.m., CBC

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield has inspired the nation with his accomplishments. The Man Who Tweeted Earth, which serves as TNOT's season finale, gives viewers a look at his latest mission and his dedication to making Canadians love space again.

Vikings

Sunday, April 28,

at 9 p.m., History

In this season finale, King Horik enlists Ragnar's help to resolve a land dispute in Gotaland. The area's leader, Jarl Borg, wonders if Ragnar could be a new ally. In plague-stricken Kattegat, villagers ask Lagertha to help them appease the gods.

Family Tools

Wednesday, May 1,

at 7:30 p.m., ABC

After his dad has a heart attack, Jack steps in to take over the family handyman business. This new comedy chronicles Jack's attempts to make his father proud, despite the antics of his troublemaking assistant. Kyle Bornheimer and Leah Remini star.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 25, 2013 C1

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