Penn & Teller: Fool Us
Though half of this series' starring team may not exactly appreciate the title of the new episode "Teller Is a Blockhead," he and his partner still are likely to appreciate the talents of the magicians who compete for a spot in their Las Vegas show. The illusionists featured here are Daniel Kramer, Gazzo, Alan Rorrison and Romany. British media star Jonathan Ross is the host.
So You Think You Can Dance
Jenna Dewan Tatum ("Witches of East End") has more than a passing knowledge of dance, since she starred in the original "Step Up" movie -- in which her co-star was her husband, Channing Tatum, who later became "Magic Mike." That's enough to qualify her to guest-judge this show's season finale. She joins Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy as the victor is declared in (appropriately enough) "Winner Announced." Cat Deeley is the host.
Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation
Africa is the destination of this episode of the program, with aerial cinematography providing majestic views of the continent. It's not only a perspective that the audience for this hour gets, but so do the creatures through whose eyes the trek is seen: species of birds that provide the "flight" part of the title. Their being such a major factor justifies this being under the thematic umbrella of the "Nature" series.
A team of rookie prospectors heads into the wilds of Northern Ontario on a quest for gold in this unscripted series that is making its Animal Planet debut. In the opening episode, called "A Minor Setback," group leader Todd Ryznar convinces friends and family members they can get rich finding gold in the Ontario wilderness if they quit their jobs and leave their old lives behind for eight weeks, but the cozy camp he promises them turns out to be a dump.
A two-part story opens with "Angels." Rossi (Joe Mantegna) and the team are in Texas investigating a series of murders in which the victims were prostitutes. They find a possible religious connection to the crimes, but as they dig deeper, they could be putting their own lives in jeopardy. Esai Morales returns as BAU Section Chief Cruz. Michael Trucco ("Battlestar Galactica," "Revenge") and Brett Cullen ("Devious Maids") guest star.
With the camp soon to be desperate for nourishment, Clarke and Finn (Eliza Taylor, Thomas McDonell) lead a mission to find food in "The Calm." Ultimately, they have other thoughts in mind, since they end up getting very close in the physical sense -- but things turn dangerous for them. Raven (guest star Lindsey Morgan) strikes a deal with Bellamy (Bob Morley). Kane (Henry Ian Cusick) reunites with Chancellor Jaha (Isaiah Washington) and Abby (Paige Turco).
America's Got Talent
The season's remaining acts will be fewer by the end of this new "Results" hour from New York's Radio City Music Hall, as six of the 12 from the previous night's semifinal performances are kept in by viewers' votes. Mel B, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Howard Stern continue as the on-site judges. Nick Cannon is the host.
Rarely is an area of the world left alone for virtually a century, but "Ghosts of Machu Picchu" examines just such a region. Situated on top of a mountain, the site poses many mysteries for modern archaeologists who have questions about its structure and culture. They may find some of the answers by locating the remains of its builders, during a quest that was initiated in 1911 when Hiram Bingham discovered the so-called "Lost City of the Incas."
The DCO manages to capture the elusive Colonel and Ana Paulanos (Necar Zadegan) when they sell Martin (Sean Bean) a briefcase of what turns out to be fake VX. One of the Colonel's followers retaliates swiftly, however, releasing real VX in a crowded bus and threatening more such attacks if the pair are not released. In a Hail Mary gambit, Martin stages a prison break, forcing the Colonel to lead him to the VX supply in the new episode "Betrayal."
Jay (Ed O'Neill) wants an evening just for the family in "A Hard Jay's Night," but that proves easier wished than done. Phil (Ty Burrell) runs into major complications while showing Gloria's (Sofia Vergara) old apartment, Claire (Julie Bowen) is irritated over not getting recognition for extra effort, and others have concerns about the wedding-cake topper Cam's (Eric Stonestreet) father has made. Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Sarah Hyland also star.
It's said babies can have a certain power, but it wasn't meant this way. In the new episode "A New World," Molly (Halle Berry) comes to understand why Yasumoto (Hiroyuki Sanada) has taken such a keen interest in her infant. Sparks' (Michael O'Neill) second thoughts prompt Anya (guest star Jeannetta Arnette) to assume the lead in what has been his mission. Odin (guest star Charlie Bewley) treads where he shouldn't in regard to Ethan (Pierce Gagnon).
In a new episode called "Rakshasa," as Marco (Demian Bichir) races against time, Sonya (Diane Kruger) finds herself in the cross hairs. Fausto (Ramon Franco) discovers he has a traitor hiding within his organization. Elsewhere, an unexpected rendezvous unfolds at Red Ridge View.