Lemon and Zoe (Jaime King, Rachel Bilson) discover some common ground and turn to each other for advice. Texts from Vivian's (Lauren Bittner) ex-husband disturb Wade (Wilson Bethel), who's planned a night out with her. News about AnnaBeth (Kaitlyn Black) distracts Lavon (Cress Williams) from bidding on bringing the county fair to BlueBell. Tim Matheson also stars in the new episode "Back in the Saddle Again."
Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) suggests that Jack (Laurence Fishburne) bring Will (Hugh Dancy) back to help investigate the curious case of a dead woman found inside a horse. The team questions a suspect in the case but has to let him go because of a lack of evidence. Alana (Caroline Dhavernas) is skeptical of Will's claim that he has cast aside his suspicions about Hannibal. Aaron Abrams also stars in the new episode "Su-Zakana."
Richard Thomas, Michael Learned and Ralph Waite reprise their roles as John Boy, Olivia and John Walton in this retrospective drama. On the occasion of John and Olivia's 40th anniversary, the clan gathers on Walton's Mountain to share joys and troubles. Kami Cotler and Mary McDonough co-star. Ellen Corby makes a brief appearance as Grandma.
Byambajav Ulambayar, a champion sumo wrestler who appeared in the film "Ocean's Thirteen" and the TV series "King of the Nerds" is the special guest in this new episode. He joins guest comedian Gary Anthony Williams and cast regulars Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Wayne Brady in improvising sketches and songs from audience suggestions. Aisha Tyler is the host and scorekeeper who declares the evening's winner.
Why, of course there's flying -- lots of it -- in this production of J.M. Barrie's classic tale of the boy who wouldn't grow up. Choreographed by Michael Pink and scored by British composer Philip Feeney, it stars Marc Petrocci as Peter. Rising star Valerie Harmon dances the role of Wendy.
A murder investigation leads McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) and the Five-0 team to a Texas Ranger (guest star Tim Daly), who's come to Hawaii to look for his missing daughter. Kono and Adam (Grace Park, Ian Anthony Dale) must fight for their lives after their hiding place is discovered in "A'ale Ma'a Wau," Hawaiian for "fish out of water." Scott Caan and Daniel Dae Kim also star.
The title Dallas hospital became a focus of world attention on Nov. 22, 1963, when victims of the assassination plot against President John F. Kennedy were brought there. An ensemble cast acts out what happened among Parkland staff members and others in director-screenwriter Peter Landesman's compelling 2013 drama. Among the many stars are Zac Efron, Paul Giamatti, Billy Bob Thornton, Marcia Gay Harden, Tom Welling ("Smallville") and Colin Hanks.
The Hollywood production code of the late 1940s may have been repressive, but that didn't stop Lana Turner and John Garfield from sizzling in this 1946 adaptation of the James M. Cain best-seller. Turner plays Cora Smith, an itchy siren bored by her life working at a roadside diner with her older husband (Cecil Kellaway). Enter Garfield as drifter Frank Chambers, and before you can gasp "Body Heat," he and Cora are plotting to knock off the clueless hubby.
In the new episode "Character Favorites," Brett, Wayde, Heather, Agnes, Redneck and the General share memories of their favorite ATM projects -- illustrated, of course, with footage old and new of those memorable moments. Heather has fond memories of the wedding chapel tank the team built for a vow renewal, while Brett is partial to tanks with a toothier theme.