Capt. Sandy Yawn is back at the helm of the Sirocco mega-yacht as the vessel sails through the waters of the French Riviera, but Season 4 of this hit reality series finds her demanding absolute perfection from her crew, including new “yachties” chef Mila Kolomeitseva, second stew Aesha Scott and deckhands Travis Michalzik and Jack Stirrup.
Builder and designer Jasmine Roth returns for a second season of 17 new episodes, which HGTV was quick to greenlight after Season 1 attracted more than 13 million viewers. Among her dynamic new design solutions featured in upcoming episodes are a stairwell with secret closets underneath and a motorized serving tray built into a kitchen island.
The new episode “Secrets of D-Day” dives to the ocean floor to explore the vast and fascinating graveyards of ships and subs that were lost in World War II. The program uses the latest sonar technology to map sunken Allied vessels off the Normandy coast and examine secret technology deployed on both sides of the conflict.
The Season 3 finale “Will You Bury Me?” opens on the last weekend at the house, as the crew gets together for one more epic “death of summer” party. Meanwhile, Carl gets closer to Kristen, and Paige embraces the single life. Elsewhere, Kyle gets a tepid response from Amanda’s dad as he prepares to pop the question.
Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski co-host Season 2 of this four-episode reality competition series, which opens with “Puppet Love.” After a first round that challenges the six baking duos to create a cake topper that evokes a city of love, the bakers must create a dream wedding cake for professional puppeteers that combines tradition with a puppet theme.