In a new episode called "Love and Time," Hero (Tom York) travels with Medea (Sonita Henry) to the Temple of Aphrodite, where he receives a grim prophecy: The only way for Hero to unlock his destiny is to kill someone he loves. Meanwhile, Medea faces problems of her own after she is confronted by her sister, a cold-blooded killer and warrior who has come to reclaim her sacred ring. Matt Frewer also stars.
I Was Bitten: The Walker County Incident
The small North Alabama town of Jasper seems to be having an epidemic of weirdness that started when Daniel, called "Patient Zero" by some, first reported being attacked in the nearby woods by something unspeakable. Since then, others have come to report similar attacks, so Daniel sets out with an investigative search party to get some answers in this new special.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
As anyone who's seen the series "The Goldbergs" or the movie "Bridesmaids" knows, Wendi McLendon-Covey is a funny lady, so she has the goods to stay on her toes with this show's regulars as the principal guest star in this episode. She joins Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles to engage in improvisational humor, generated by suggestions from the on-site audience. Comedian Jonathan Mangum also appears. Aisha Tyler is the host. Another episode follows.
Leave it to a couple of mountain bikers to figure out a way to keep water bottles clean. Two such people from Vermont pitch their idea to the Sharks in this episode, which also finds a Florida father using a concept from his daughter's science project to propose an innovation for vests. Two Oregon mothers offer their recipe for healthy cookies -- and, they hope, a healthy business related to those -- and North Carolina sisters unveil their fabric stickers.
Robbery proves a very bad move for three women who steal a certain something they don't know they have in "Kanalu Hope Loa" (Hawaiian for "The Last Break"). A theft aboard a bus puts them in possession of that which someone else wants desperately ... and lethally, if it comes to that. Danny (Scott Caan) continues his efforts to ransom his brother. Daniel Dae Kim, Grace Park and Chi McBride also star.
Five strangers become connected by the effects of an object that falls to Earth in this drama series. After inheriting unusual powers via the consequent shock wave, they realize they are Angels of the Apocalypse ... and the only ones who might prevent people from disappearing in a Rapture. "Awakening" -- the show's pilot -- stars Shantel VanSanten ("One Tree Hill"), Joel Courtney, Sofia Black-D'Elia, JD Pardo and Diogo Morgado ("The Bible").
Alaskan Bush People
In a new special episode called "Wild Times," the Brown family members reflect on their life in Alaska's bush country and offer new insights into some of their most unforgettable (both good and bad) experiences in the wild. They've learned that no challenge is too great for a family that is comfortable and experienced with living among bears and fishing by hand.
Cyndi Lauper reprises her recurring guest role as Avalon Harmonia, Angela's (Michaela Conlon) psychic friend, in "The Psychic in the Soup." The story opens with the discovery of a psychic's body decomposing in a tree trunk. Elsewhere, Booth and Brennan (David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel) debate how to handle little Christine's (Sunnie Pelant) new imaginary friend, and the Jeffersonian team remembers the late Sweets on his birthday.
The Lincoln Awards: A Concert for Veterans & the Military Family
They aren't all as famous as Bruce Springsteen -- one of the 2015 honorees -- but individuals and groups are recognized for their support of veterans and families connected to the military in this new special, taped in January at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Nick Jonas, actor and retired USMC Reserve Officer Rob Riggle, jazz-trumpet great Arturo Sandoval and current Miss America Kira Kazantsev are among the participants.
A beautiful but emotionally stunted teenager (India Eisley) lives a secret life as a covert assassin who is searching for the unknown parties who murdered her parents six years earlier in Ralph Ziman's 2014 live-action remake of a popular 1999 anime of the same title. Critics, however, were uniformly unkind to the film, which also stars Samuel L. Jackson and Callan McAuliffe.
Mysteries at the Museum
Host Don Wildman examines a peanut that played a key role in an unusual fad during the 20th century, one that took a man on a daring adventure, in the new episode "Pike's Peak Peanut Pusher, Hollywood Holdout, Ireland's Lost Treasure." Later, he checks out a trunk that was at the heart of a confrontation between one man and a set of Tinseltown's heavy hitters, plus a set of gold relics that spark an intense battle between two rival nations.
Move over, Minnesota Fats: This new 10-part docu-series takes viewers inside the cutthroat world of competitive pool, following top-ranked "sharks" as they play for both cash and bragging rights. Each player has to fight for his place around the table, and once there, it takes more than a knack for sinking pool balls into pockets to win the game. Alliances are formed but friendships are fleeting in this world of big money and bigger egos.