Tom (Mark Hildreth) leads the search for Rachael (Kathleen Munroe), whose captors are becoming desperate. An epidemic disrupts Maggie and Dr. Ward's (Devin Kelley, James Tupper) research on the resurrected subjects just as they're on the verge of a major find. Omar Epps and Matt Craven also star in the new episode "Schemes of the Devil."
Jim Gaffigan may be the only male comedian who can segue so seamlessly from ice cream to weddings. That's one of the highlights of his fourth stand-up special, in which he also takes on such topics as doughnuts -- are you sensing a pattern here? -- and underwear. Gaffigan works clean, so don't worry about the kids catching his act, although small ones probably won't get the jokes.
An anti-fracking mom confronts Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) during a fundraising trip to California's Silicon Valley, and Jonah (Timothy C. Simons) makes a video of the encounter, which goes viral. Selina also pays a visit to a tech company with an ambitious young boss. Dan and Ben (Reid Scott, Kevin Dunn) hatch a plan to spread a rumor about Chung (Randall Park) in the new episode "Clovis."
Race 3 of the 2014 season takes IndyCar back across the country to the Deep South, where a field including Helio Castroneves, Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan will vie in the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham is a 17-turn, 2.38-mile road course that features elevation changes and a 45-foot-wide racing ribbon that makes passing challenging. Will Power has won here twice, but Ryan Hunter-Reay took last year's contest.
Bart gets his art teacher pregnant -- no, not in the traditional way -- in this new episode. He tries to cast a voodoo spell on her, but it goes awry, and she ends up in the family way. Now all the infertile couples in Springfield want him to do the same for them -- and some unsavory characters want his help conceiving a racehorse -- in "What to Expect When Bart's Expecting."
Two teams expected to be playing into October clash tonight at Yankee Stadium, where Derek Jeter and the Bronx Bombers close out a three-game series against Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. After a high-priced makeover this offseason, the Yanks have gotten off to a lukewarm start, and their new lineup has provided little power. The Halos' batting order also hasn't done much -- and that was before they lost their best hitter, Josh Hamilton, to injury.
R5, Becky G, Zendaya and Fifth Harmony are among the artists scheduled to perform during this special, which honors young fans' favorite musical performers. Disney stars Dove Cameron ("Liv & Maddie"), Laura Marano ("Austin & Ally") and Olivia Holt ("I Didn't Do It") are expected to make cameo appearances.
Hank (David Duchovny) sits in on a casting session, then gets his first episode assignment, to the dismay of new colleagues Terry and Hugh (John Madison Tye, Chris Titone). Levon (Oliver Cooper) tries to get closer to Melanie (Tara Holt), Rath's (Michael Imperioli) assistant. Charlie (Evan Handler) tries to mend fences with Marcy (Pamela Adlon), while Karen (Natascha McElhone) considers calling it quits with Hank in the new episode "Like Father Like Son."
Finley and Dunn (Lance Cross, Rachael Taylor) become one of the parent missions in hopes of speaking directly to the kidnapper. Widener and TJS (Mark Valley, Fred Dryer) continue with their plan to take out former associate Gibson (Dermot Mulroney) in the new episode "Homecoming."
The British comedian and former correspondent and fill-in host of "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" launches his own show. In this weekly series, he looks back at the news of the week with interviews, pre-taped segments and whatever he thinks the topic calls for.