Sun TV unveils U.S. simulcasts

Also picks up CW series 'Smallville,' 'Supernatural'

BANFF, Alberta -- Toronto TV station Sun TV on Wednesday unveiled 11 hours of new and returning U.S. simulcasts for the fall.

After the recent Los Angeles Screenings, the free, over-the-air channel said it acquired CW's "Smallville" and "Supernatural" for Thursday nights, and will air the Ted Danson starrer "Becker" nightly at 7 p.m.

Returning Sun TV shows include "60 Minutes," "48 Hours Mystery," "Dateline" and "Scrubs."

The Toronto station also acquired "People's Court" for its daytime schedule.

Rogers Media, another Toronto-based network, will release its fall schedule Friday to complete the Canadian upfront presentations.