Fiona (Minnie Driver) volunteers to run Marcus' (Benjamin Stockham) class project, a society modeled on Dickensian London, but he's unhappy with the lowly position she gives him. After getting a sizable royalty payment, Will (David Walton) takes Marcus shopping and plans a party to impress Sam (guest star Adrianne Palicki) in the new episode "About a Slopmaster." Al Madrigal also stars.
It's a crime drama, but this new series, which counts Joel and Ethan Coen among its producers, retains the humorous touch of the movie that inspired it. Billy Bob Thornton plays a sinister drifter who lures a small-town insurance salesman (Martin Freeman) down a dangerous road. Allison Tolman also stars.
Genevieve (Elyse Levesque) asks Elijah (Daniel Gillies) for permission to celebrate a traditional feast day publicly with her coven. After disagreeing with Monique (Yasmine Al-Bustami) about what the ancestors want from them, Genevieve reveals her plan to increase the witches' power. Klaus (Joseph Morgan) suspects Elijah has an ulterior motive for restoring their home to its former glory. Phoebe Tonkin also stars in the new episode "The Big Uneasy."
With Col. Glenn Talbot (Adrian Pasdar) in pursuit, Coulson (Clark Gregg) and the team find an unlikely hiding place, where they uncover some secrets about S.H.I.E.L.D. that could destroy them all. Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton, Chloe Bennet and Iain De Caestecker also star in the new episode "Providence."
Back from Africa with a new sense of inner peace, Ramona makes it her mission to help Heather and Aviva patch things up. Kristen and Carole reminisce about Kristen's bachelorette party with their old friends from Beverly Hills, Brandi and Yolanda. Heather and Jonathan host a 10th anniversary party, but Heather is distressed to discover some of her friends are boycotting it in the new episode "Unhappy Anniversary."
Seven score and 10 years ago, President Abraham Lincoln made a speech of about 270 words that continues to inspire. This new special explores the history and importance of the Gettysburg Address via its impact on a group of students preparing to recite it.
In the season premiere, actress Isabella Hofmann, partner of actor Daniel Baldwin, trades homes with Halima Jackson, wife of musician Jermaine. While both families are in show business, their lives couldn't be more different. Baldwin, Hoffman and their son live in a modest Hollywood Hills home, while the Jacksons' dwelling is huge and lavishly furnished. It's their lifestyle differences, though, that make for good television.
In this new episode, Dawson (Monica Raymund) receives a suicide note, and Boden (Eamonn Walker) gets some shocking news. Severide (Taylor Kinney) seeks more background information on Bloom (W. Earl Brown). Casey (Jesse Spencer) goes looking for something that could change his life. Lauren German and Charlie Barnett also star in "A Heavy Weight."