Premiere the Week of September 8th on Citytv --------------------------------------------TORONTO, Sept. 5 /CNW/ - Tune in to Citytv for some girl-power with the premiere of "The Bonnie Hunt Show" Monday, September 8th, followed by "Privileged" and "New York Goes to Hollywood" Tuesday, September 9th."The Bonnie Hunt Show" ---------------------- Premieres Monday, September 8th - 2pm ET/1pm MT/2pm PT Airs Weekdays Monday through FridayAcclaimed comedy producer, director, writer and performer Bonnie Hunt, hosts and executive produces her first talk show, a highly anticipated new first-run syndicated strip. With an impressive career spanning over 20 years on stage, film and television, Hunt has proven herself to be a true renaissance women and one of the most versatile comedic performers of her generation. Infused with her brilliant sense of humour and impeccable timing, Bonnie's interviews are informative as well as entertaining. Whether she's chatting with celebrities or everyday people, Bonnie is sure to bring forth some heart-warming stories and entice some laughs. Tune in to "The Bonnie Hunt Show" for your afternoon escape weekdays, starting Monday, September 8th on Citytv."Privileged" ------------ Premieres Tuesday, September 9th - 9pm ET/9pm CT/8pm MT/9pm PTJust in time for back to school comes the hit series, "Privileged". Megan Smith (Joanna Garcia, "Reba") is having a bad day. Her New York apartment burned down, she just got fired from her job at a tabloid magazine and she accidentally dyed her hair the colour of a Blow Pop! Things start to look up when she is offered a position in Palm Beach, working for cosmetics mogul Laurel Limoges (Anne Archer - Fatal Attraction) tutoring her 16-year-old twin billionaires, Rose (Lucy Kate Hale, "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2") and Sage Baker (Ashley Newborough, "The Best Years", "Rent-A-Goalie"). In exchange for getting the girls into Duke University, Megan will get to live amongst the rich and fabulous, and have the remainder of her college loans covered! But moving to Florida means moving back home, which means facing a sister she hasn't spoken to in years, and a childhood best friend, Charlie (Michael Cassidy, "Smallville", "The O.C."), who may be secretly in love with her. From Rina Mimoun ("Pushing Daisies", "Gilmore Girls"), "Privileged" is based on the book How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls by Zoey Dean. It's drama done Palm Beach style! Watch the season premiere of "Privileged" Tuesday, September 9th on Citytv."New York Goes to Hollywood" ---------------------------- Premieres Tuesday, September 9th - 10pm ET/10pm CT/10pm MT/10pm PTDoes anyone really win at the fame-game? Having at long last conquered her quest for love, Tiffany "New York" Pollard is ready to tackle her next big goal: An A-list Acting Career! It's no doubt that New York is already a super star - the country fell in love with the screaming, binge eating, emotionally unstable harpy during her four hit reality shows. Now, in ten half-hour episodes, New York will take her fame to a new level in her pursuit to become a serious, respectable A-List actress. New York must put her fiancé, Tailor Made, on the backburner and take a shot at Hollywood. She leaves her man and her mom behind and makes the move out west seeking fortune and (more) fame. Failure is not an option and she will do whatever it takes to make it. The laughs start here, when "New York Goes to Hollywood" premieres Tuesday, September 9th on Citytv. Citytv, with stations in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg, brings forward intensely-local, urban-oriented, culturally-diverse television in its own unique, interactive style. Citytv Toronto is Canada's only High Definition OTA channel, transmitting digitally from the CN Tower in 5.1 audio. With its strong local voice, Citytv offers a distinct alternative to other conventional television offerings. Its instantly recognizable 'look' and 'sound' are the product of refreshingly different on-air personalities, unique program formats and high television style. Citytv is part of Rogers Media Inc., a division of Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX: RCI and NYSE: RCI) which is a diversified Canadian communications and media company.