The Canadian crooner hosts and performs on this edition of the annual special celebrating adoption. Several adoptive parents and children share their stories, including a couple who adopted three siblings separated in foster care and a woman who adopted her son's best friend who was about to age out of the foster system. In addition to Dion, the hour includes musical performances by Ne-Yo, Chris Young and others.
In the series' conclusion, as Siegel's (Edward Burns) trial approaches, a massacre destroys Parker's (Neal McDonough) plans and leaves the LAPD at a loss. Jasmine (Alexa Davalos) realizes she's overlooked a detail that could endanger her life, then Joe (Jon Bernthal) makes a move that puts his own life in jeopardy. Meyer (Patrick Fischler) has unwelcome news for Siegel in "Oxpecker; Stay Down."
A doubleheader of games between playoff hopefuls starts with this tilt in Miami between the teams with the two best records in the Eastern Conference, the Heat and the Indiana Pacers. Then it's a clash between interconference foes when the Chicago Bulls invade the home court of the Houston Rockets.
Burnout -- it happens to the best of us. In this new episode, Willie tries to turn around the Division Street Grill in Peekskill, N.Y. It's about to celebrate it's 15th anniversary, but in recent years the owner, Arne, has lost his passion for the business, and so have his employees. Hey, at least they're still listening to him. It's up to Willie to help Arne and his staff get their groove back in "Division Street Disaster."
The soon-to-retire newswoman chats with some of the people who made headlines and captured hearts in 2013 in the final edition of her annual special -- at least the final one with Walters herself in the interviewer's chair. This year's top 10 includes actress Jennifer Lawrence, Pope Francis, Edward Snowden, Robin Roberts, Prince George and the cast of "Duck Dynasty," but as always, the identity of No. 1 won't be revealed until the broadcast.
The biggest problem facing Goombazz Big City Eatzz isn't an excess of Z's. It's the owner, Sal, whose short temper has driven away his customers, employees and even his partner, Brenda, and left the restaurant $300,000 in debt -- and the restaurant has only been open a year. Robert has two days to convince Sal that he's the problem before he loses everything in the new episode "Goombazz Gone Wild."
Musician Questlove judges the contestants' efforts in the quickfire challenge, which requires them to prepare different kinds of poultry drumsticks. Later, they prepare meals for incoming students at Louisiana State University in the new episode "Giving It the College Try."
He doesn't just sing holiday songs, but the Canadian-born crooner has become an annual fixture on the peacock network the past few years, welcoming some of his favorite guest performers to join him in performing Christmas classics and new seasonal songs. This year's guests include Mary J. Blige and Cookie Monster.
This series details the struggles required to survive around volcanoes. This episode, "Icelandic Volcano," explores which volcano in that country may awaken next and what the consequences of an eruption are likely to be.