A fortuneteller (Stefanie Powers) warns a freedom-loving young woman (Rachel Boston) that if she isn't engaged by spring, she'll never marry. She doesn't take the prediction seriously until the ones that her friends got from the same seer come true, forcing her to rethink her priorities. Kirby Morrow and Chris Jacot also star in this new romance.
As it did in 2012 with "Steel Magnolias," Lifetime brings another beloved play-turned-movie to television with an African-American cast. Cicely Tyson, who won a Tony for the Broadway revival, plays Carrie, who defies her son and daughter-in-law (Blair Underwood, Vanessa Williams) to make one last trip to her hometown. Keke Palmer also stars.
Television coverage of the Paralympics has been sparse in the U.S., but that's changing this year. NBC and NBC Sports Network have committed to air 50 hours of the action from Sochi, Russia, as athletes with physical disabilities compete on the ski slopes, the ice rink and elsewhere.
In "Bon Iver," the indie folk band, which won the best new artist Grammy in 2012, performs songs from its second album, which also took home a Grammy for best alternative music album. The set list includes "Perth," "Minnesota, WI," "Towers," "Blood Bank," "Beth/Rest" and more.
As usually is the case in his starring vehicles, Dwayne Johnson makes a very serviceable hero in this action saga about a man who offers himself to the DEA as an undercover operative in exchange for getting his wrongly incarcerated son (Rafi Gavron) released. A drug cartel chief (Benjamin Bratt) is the main target, but some authorities prove just as dangerous. Susan Sarandon, Jon Bernthal ("The Walking Dead"), Barry Pepper and Harold Perrineau also star.
Flint (Toby Stephens) tells all to Gates (Mark Ryan) in this new episode. Randall's (Lawrence Joffe) actions prove problematic for Silver (Luke Arnold). Eleanor (Hannah New) experiences a loss. Rackham (Toby Schmitz) gets some help from Max (Jessica Parker Kennedy). Vane (Zach McGowan) deals with his biggest challenge yet in "107."
Elizabeth's (Erin Krakow) sister (Charlotte Hegele) pays a visit to Coal Valley and stirs up trouble by bringing a wounded man she meets back to town. Jack (Daniel Lissing) has finally asked Elizabeth to dinner when he gets some potentially life-changing news in the new episode "Change of Heart." Lori Loughlin also stars.
With an acting career packed with achievements including two Oscars, Dustin Hoffman tackled directing a feature film with this wonderfully acted 2012 drama about upheaval in a retirement home for musicians. The arrival of the newest resident (Maggie Smith) shakes things up for her ex-husband (Tom Courtenay) and their former professional partners (Billy Connolly, Pauline Collins). An imminent concert may, or may not, prompt differences among them to be patched up.
In preparation for the series' return on Sunday, a doubleheader of episodes from earlier in the season opens with "Good Form," in which Hook (Colin O'Donoghue) takes the dying David (Josh Dallas) on one last quest. Their goal: to find a sextant that may help them decode a map out of Neverland. In the Fairy Tale Land that was, Hook's alter ego, Killian Jones, and his brother (Bernard Curry) go in search of a plant with healing powers.