A stark beauty permeates nearly every frame of Swedish filmmaker Jan Troell's 1971 critical hit, an intimate epic that follows an impoverished 19th-century farm couple (Max von Sydow, Liv Ullmann) as they make their way from their native Sweden to what is now Minnesota. Nominated for five Academy Awards, the film picked up two Golden Globe Awards for best foreign language film and best actress (Ullmann) and spawned a 1972 sequel, "The New World."
The Disney studio added another member to its collection of animated princesses with a story that seems to take a cue from "The Hunger Games," since its heroine, Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald), is proficient with a crossbow. She appears destined for a marriage she doesn't want, and when she goes against tradition, her entire homeland is placed in peril that she must vanquish. Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Robbie Coltrane and Craig Ferguson also are heard.
Last Man Standing
Mike (Tim Allen) proves to be a big help when Kyle (Christoph Sanders) seeks a suddenly missing acquaintance, a homeless man, in the new episode "Kyle's Friend." Impressed by their selflessness, Mandy (Molly Ephraim) decides to extend herself to someone staying at the women's shelter, a young mom. Nancy Travis, Kaitlyn Dever, Amanda Fuller and Hector Elizondo also star.
Hart of Dixie
A visibly flirtatious Wade (Wilson Bethel) upsets Zoe (Rachel Bilson) in the new episode "The Butterstick Tab," and seeking advice from Lavon (Cress Williams) doesn't do much to help Wade out of the very problematic situation. Lemon (Jaime King) is unsettled by the reappearance of a past acquaintance. George and AnnaBeth (Scott Porter, Kaitlyn Black) find it tough to move on together. Tim Matheson also stars.
World's Funniest Fails
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to guess what sort of videos will be shown in the course of an hour titled "Baby Got Fail." Expect to see a lot of youngsters doing things that prove amusing, though they might not have been intended that way. The one deemed the funniest -- or, in this show's parlance, the "Fail of the Week" -- is declared by host Terry Crews at the end of the episode.
Tackling their latest cold case, Kelly and Yolanda must figure out who would want to kill a beloved community figure and why, after a Little League coach in the Dallas suburb of Arlington, Texas, is found bludgeoned to death in his own bed in a new episode called "Little League Dad."
A surprise awaits three college students -- played by Brenton Thwaites ("Maleficent"), Olivia Cooke and Beau Knapp -- who think they have tracked a rival computer hacker to a shed in the Nevada desert in this low-budget science fiction thriller, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Critics mainly praised the cast, which also includes Laurence Fishburne, but not the movie's often muddled screenplay.
Cristela (Cristela Alonzo) has a reason of her own for encouraging Isabella (Isabella Day) toward qualifying for an advanced school program in the new episode "Gifted and Talented," but her mentoring rubs Natalia (Terri Hoyos) the wrong way. Maddie's (Justine Lupe) latest car accident results in Trent (Sam McMurray) reassigning her to the mail room. Carlos Ponce and Gabriel Iglesias also star.
Does the idea of an exercise outfit that provides built-in weight training grab you? A Georgia man hopes so ... and also hopes it does the same for the Sharks as he presents his unique clothing line in this episode. A Spokane man with a view toward maintaining well-kept facial hair also is featured, as are New Yorkers whose karaoke machine lets its users sound like actual music superstars. The Sharks include Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner and Kevin O'Leary.
Daniel Dae Kim, alias this show's Chin Ho, makes his directing debut with the new episode "Kuka'awale" -- Hawaiian for "Stakeout," which is what McGarrett and Danny (Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan) are on. While at a strained point in their teamwork, they wait for a woman who was party to a diamond theft to return to her apartment. Cloris Leachman, "Saturday Night Live" alum Jon Lovitz and Jessica Lowndes ("90210") guest star.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Comic and character actor Gary Anthony Williams ("Malcolm in the Middle") joins recurring performers Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie for a half-hour of improvised games, fueled primarily by random suggestions supplied by the studio audience. Aisha Tyler ("The Talk," "Archer") is the host, and another episode follows.
It might seem like an honor for amateur singers to be requested to perform at a bar mitzvah -- but the members of New Directions find it more of a headache in the new episode "Child Star." The young guest of honor tests the group's patience, and more than once ... many times, in fact. Spencer (Marshall Williams) tries to get Roderick (Noah Guthrie) to take better care of himself physically. Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch also star.