This new episode finds guest comedian Jeff Davis joining the competitive fun along with regular cast members Colin Mochrie and Wayne Brady as they work their way through a series of improvisational games sparked by random ideas from the studio audience. Host Aisha Tyler ("Archer") doles out points as the games proceed in a race to find which of the four players is fastest and funniest on his feet.
The new episode "Denver Finals" takes the top 30 competitors from the Denver Qualifier back to the capital city of Colorado, where they must confront a course that includes such challenges as Salmon Ladder, Arm Rings, Spider Climb and Doorknob Arch. Those who prevail move on to the Las Vegas finals for a shot at the $500,000 cash prize and, of course, bragging rights to the title of American Ninja Warrior. Akbar Gbaja-Biamila and Matt Iseman host; Jenn Brown is co-host.
In a new episode called "The Rhythmic Gymnastic Method," Harry (Adam Korson) is looking to hook up with the hot new gym teacher, so he signs Billy (William Ainscough) up for a class. Elsewhere, Jonathan (Matt Baram) tries to bribe Harry to disappear from his daughter's life, while Harry worries that Rose (Carrie-Lynn Neales) will divulge all his dirty little secrets when she befriends Irene (Vanessa Matsui).
Haven't they already suffered enough? More than two dozen unlucky alumni of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" -- some of whom we loved, others whom we loved to hate -- assemble in Mexico for a summer fling they hope may turn into something bigger, although the romantic playing field is seldom level. This new series starts out with six men and eight women, two of whom are sent packing at the very first rose ceremony if they are left empty-handed. Chris Harrison is host.
In a new episode, Bear travels to Northern Scotland with Ben Stiller so he can take the actor on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure on the Isle of Skye. It's not all just conventional, bagpipes-and-haggis tourist stuff on their itinerary, however, because Bear wants to see how well his charge handles the often unpredictable and unforgiving aspects of nature in this rough-hewn part of the world.
In a new episode called "You Will Not Escape," things quickly spin out of control when a bored Daphne (Katie Leclerc) organizes a senior skip day for her Carlton classmates. Bay (Vanessa Marano) discusses her family's medical history with Angelo's (Gilles Marini) doctor. Kathryn (Lea Thompson) takes Regina (Constance Marie) to an author party thrown by her book publisher. Lucas Grabeel and D.W. Moffett also star.
The Major Crimes division team is forced to work overtime as its members investigate the puzzling murder of a technology entrepreneur who had shady morals, not to mention possible connections to organized crime. A visit from Ricky (guest star Ryan Kennedy), Raydor's (Mary McDonnell) son, brings out Rusty's (Graham Patrick Martin) insecurities. Fritz (guest star Jon Tenney) prepares to take command of the Special Operations Bureau. Adam Busch also guest stars in the new episode "Sweet Revenge."
Callie (Maia Mitchell) visits Girls United, her former group foster home, to see how she can pitch in as a volunteer, but is dismayed to find that neighbors of the facility are pressuring its landlord to evict the girls, and a new resident who is harboring some secrets is a further threat. Hayley and Mariana (Caitlin Carver, Cierra Ramirez) plan a romantic dinner for their double date with Jesus and Mat (Jake T. Austin, Jordan Rodrigues. Stef (Teri Polo) gets a troubling letter from Ana (Alexandra Barreto). Sherri Saum also stars in the new episode "Girls Reunited."
Season 3 of this Western crime drama comes to a close with the new episode "Ashes to Ashes," which finds Walt (Robert Taylor) looking for some closure in both his wife's murder and the case involving Henry (Lou Diamond Phillips). Meanwhile, Branch (Bailey Chase) finds himself suspended, but that doesn't deter him from continuing his investigation into Jacob Nighthorse (A Martinez). Katee Sackhoff also stars.
Does society truly benefit by sentencing a teenager to life in prison? That's the key question in the new episode "15 to Life: Kenneth's Story," which looks at the case of Kenneth Young, a Florida teenager who was sentenced to four consecutive life sentences for armed robbery when he was 15. After more than a decade behind bars, Young is seeking a second chance to prove his worth -- and a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court could finally set him free.
In the new episode "Malaysia," the team travels to a bustling metropolis in that Asian country, where they try to change the perception that disabled people are nothing more than a burden upon society. Their efforts are assisted by another non-profit organization, The Beautiful Gate Foundation, as well as music superstar Elton John and World Champion boxer Manny Pacquiano.
With the Blunt verdict in, the Homicide Department shifts its attention to a new death involving a drug-addled socialite and her playboy husband in the new episode "Family Matters." As that investigation proceeds, Hildy and Terry (Kathleen Robertson, Taye Diggs) learn that some key witnesses in the Kevin Neyers case have recanted their original testimony. The detectives try to learn what really happened while keeping that investigation a secret from their bosses.