This new comedy from the executive producers of "How I Met Your Mother" is about three estranged siblings who return home after the loss of their beloved father and unexpectedly find themselves poised to inherit more than $20 million -- if, and only if, they can adhere to their late father's wishes. Scott Foley, Becki Newton, T.J. Miller, Melissa Tang and Kat Foster star.
This new drama takes a page from "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," revealing the killer and victim at the beginning of each hour and then exploring the crime via stylized flashbacks and the efforts of Detective Angie Flynn (Kristin Lehman) and her partner, Detective Oscar Vega (Louis Ferreira), to bring the killer to justice. The series premieres in its regular time slot on Thursday.
Move over, Godzilla. You, too, shark from "Jaws." The cable channel's "Monster Week" is showcasing some real-life scary creatures, from giant squids and killer snakes to very hungry hippos. In this new installment of his series, extreme angler Jeremy Wade investigates reports of aquatic predators in Florida's Indian River Lagoon and Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks.
The season finale kicks off when an unlisted plane lands on Oahu with four bodies onboard and a missing terrorist detainee. The CIA tasks Five-0 with finding him before he carries out an attack on U.S. soil. Kono (Grace Park) is on the run from the police for a murder she did not commit, and McGarrett's (Alex O'Loughlin) prison visit to Wo Fat (Mark Dacascos) ends with a shocking discovery in "Aloha. Malama Pono" -- Hawaiian for "farewell and take care."
Talk about "when it rains, it pours." It's Adam and Jennifer's (Oliver Hudson, Bianca Kajlich) wedding day, but Jeff and Audrey (Patrick Warburton, Megyn Price) are a bit distracted; Brenda (Sara Rue) is in labor. Russell and Timmy (David Spade, Adhir Kalyan) attempt to reconcile. Audrey has a surprise for Jeff in the season finale, which is also the show's 100th episode, appropriately titled "100th."
French graffiti artist JR is known for his billboard-sized public displays depicting photographs of everyday citizens. This documentary profiles the 30-year-old artist and his epic global art project, "Inside Out," which empowers people all over the world -- including some in perilous and politically unstable environments -- to create their own photographic social messages as a means of self-expression and recognition.
After Mike's (Billy Gardell) mom (Rondi Reed) breaks up with his boss (Gerald McRaney), Mike and Carl (Reno Wilson) are assigned to work at the Renaissance Faire. With a tornado threatening the city, Mike tries to get home to share some big news with Molly (Melissa McCarthy), who has some of her own, in the season finale, "Windy City."
Cancer isn't funny, but executive producer Jenny Bicks and star Laura Linney managed to find humor along with the drama in the tale of a teacher, wife and mother with a terminal diagnosis. Tonight, the series wraps its four-season run. Will Linney's character, Cathy Jamison, live or die? Bicks won't say -- but she does promise a "happy moment."
Despite some high-energy dance numbers, this silly 2004 street-dance film about a squad whose hot moves are stolen by a rival team is about as gritty and "street" as "Grease," though not as well-written, -acted or -produced. Steve Harvey, Meagan Good, Jennifer Freeman and Omari Grandberry are among the innocent victims forced to stumble through this flop.
Nora (Daniella Alonso) is tortured and left for dead by her captors. Monroe (David Lyons) learns about Rachel's (Elizabeth Mitchell) quest to reach the Tower. As he tries to understand why so many of his associates are being killed, Miles (Billy Burke) joins Charlie, Neville, Jason, Hudson and Sanborn (Tracy Spiridakos, Giancarlo Esposito, JD Pardo, Malik Yoba, Leland Orser) on their mission to rescue Rachel in the new episode "Clue."
Ever worry that somewhere along the line, you let the right one get away? That's the dilemma this mild 2011 comedy poses for Anna Faris' character, who's inspired by a magazine article to go back through her romantic past and determine if she already knows her true soul mate. She's helped in her quest by a handsome, womanizing neighbor (Chris Evans, "Captain America: The First Avenger"). Joel McHale and Zachary Quinto co-star.