During Season 23 of “The Bachelor,” Hannah Brown didn’t waste any time before catching the eye of Colton Underwood and charming him — along with viewers — with her delightfully open, down-home personality. She thought this match was going places, so she was shattered when, after meeting Colton’s parents in Denver, he broke up with her that same evening. Since then, she’s taken time to collect herself and adjust priorities, so “Alabama Hannah” is ready to look for love once more as the milestone 15th season of this hit spinoff launches. Chris Harrison also is featured.
The city is on high alert after two mail bombs go off in the Season 2 finale “This Life We Choose.” Other crises include a stunt driver who gets caught in a hairy situation and a teenage social influencer who is bugging out. On a more personal note, Buck (Oliver Stark) faces a life-or-death situation and Eddie’s (Ryan Guzman) family comes to town. Cocoa Brown, Tracie Thoms and Bryan Safi guest star.
In the new episode “1st Civ Div,” Abe and Harper (Luke Mitchell, Phillipa Soo) pursue a website owner who is inciting dangerous acts of violence by confronting and exposing civilians who are impersonating Marines. Rami (Raffi Barsoumian) faces a moral dilemma when he and his wife (guest star Shazi Raja) go for their citizenship test, while Abe’s relationship with Alex (guest star Justine Cotsonas) gets a lot more complicated. Dana Delany also stars; Derek Klena also guest stars.
Season 7 of this superhero action series comes to a close with a finale called “You Have Saved This City,” which sees the long-simmering hostilities between Oliver and Emiko (Stephen Amell, Sea Shimooka) finally reaching the boiling point. Their clash brings back a few familiar faces, but also thrust others into dire jeopardy.
The emotional stakes are even higher than usual in the Season 3 finale, “Pillar of Salt,” as TAC represents a woman charged with the death of her 3-year-old stepdaughter. The woman’s only real hope lies in Bull’s (Michael Weatherly) ability to convince the jury that the little girl’s death was a tragic accident, not a crime. Freddy Rodriguez and Geneva Carr also star.