A hurricane traps everyone inside the school in this new episode. Teri (Chelsea Gilligan) drugs Roman (Matt Lanter), making him angry and paranoid and causing him to lash out at Emery (Aimee Teegarden). After Taylor (Natalie Hall) talks Drake (Greg Finley) into going public with their relationship, Grayson (Grey Damon) blackmails Drake into breaking up with her. Malese Jow also stars in "What Storm Is This That Blows So."
Romero (Nestor Carbonell) continues investigating Miss Watson's murder in this new episode. The war between the drug families forces Dylan (Max Thieriot) to make an impossible decision. Norma (Vera Farmiga) refuses to tell Norman (Freddie Highmore) the truth about his blackouts, and he reacts by pushing her away in "Meltdown."
Red (James Spader) reports that the Pavlovich brothers, who specialize in high-value kidnappings, are about to strike again. As the team tries to protect the brothers' next target, Red has a job of his own for them. Liz (Megan Boone) tries to unravel the truth about Tom (Ryan Eggold) in the new episode "The Pavlovich Brothers."
Will (James Van Der Beek) decides he needs to be more adventurous, and he starts by sending racy texts to the woman he's started dating. Kate (Zoe Lister-Jones) is distressed to discover that Jules and Andi (Brooklyn Decker, Majandra Delfino) have left her out of planning Jules' wedding. Kevin Connolly and Rick Donald also star in the new episode "Game Sext Match."
Hal Linden ("Barney Miller") guest stars in this new episode as Lester, the original tenant of Max and Caroline's (Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs) apartment. When the girls' lease comes up for renewal, they realize they have to locate Lester and have him sign the new one, claiming he still lives there, or they're out. Garrett Morris and Matthew Moy also star in "And the New Lease on Life."
It's your turn, America. The 12 singers who have made it this far begin performing live in this new episode, hoping to attract the viewer votes that will keep them in contention. The coaches, however, still have the power to save someone who comes up short on votes each week. Carson Daly hosts "The Live Shows Premiere."
In this new competition, a spinoff of "Unwrapped," contestants try to re-create iconic snack foods such as Hostess cupcakes -- reproducing the look, taste and texture as faithfully as they can -- and then create a dish using the original packaged version as an ingredient. Pepperidge Farm Goldfish crackers are the featured snack in the premiere, "All that Glitters Is Goldfish." Joey Fatone hosts; Marc Summers is head judge.
As everyone wonders how the Founder (Simon Merrells) will react to the news that Roger (Jeffrey Pierce) may be returning, Stephen (Robbie Amell) wants John and Cara (Luke Mitchell, Peyton List) to help him destroy the machine that the Founder has been using him to train in. Russell (Aaron Yoo) loses hope of finding the Refuge in the new episode "A Sort of Homecoming." Mark Pellegrino also stars.
What do the songs "Brown Sugar," "When a Man Loves a Woman," "Kodachrome" and "Freebird" have in common? They all came out of Muscle Shoals, Ala., where pioneering record producer Rick Hall brought black and white artists together to make music and magic. Hall himself helps tell the story in the new film "Muscle Shoals," along with Aretha Franklin, Gregg Allman, Jimmy Cliff, Mick Jagger and many others.
The Fourth of July brings Whitney his own declaration of independence. He's finally gotten his own apartment away from his mother, and he invites everyone over to see it. Shep makes sure that all the women with whom he's currently involved are invited to the bash. A chapter ends, and another begins for Thomas in the new episode "One of the Lost Boys Leaves Neverland."