Jamie Foxx returns as host as this music-centric game show opens its third season with a premiere called “Teachers Win Big!,” a title that reflects the contestants who make up tonight’s teams. As usual, two-member teams face off to see which player can identify some of the biggest hit songs ever. Those with the highest score then challenge Shazam, the popular song identification app, for a chance to win up to a million dollars. Corinne Foxx, Jamie’s daughter, serves as disc jockey.
Constantine and Nora (Matt Ryan, Courtney Ford) stumble upon the truth of Neron’s insidious plan while they’re on a mission to find Ray (Brandon Routh) in “Hey, World!,” the Season 4 finale. Elsewhere, Nate (Nick Zano) urges his companions to think outside the box, suggesting a highly risky plan to unite magical creatures and humans in a desperate bid to save the world. Caity Lotz, Maisie Richardson-Sellers and Tala Ashe also star.
Grammy-winning musical superstar Celine Dion is the featured guest in this latest primetime edition of the whimsical recurring singalong feature that helped make host James Corden a true force in late-night television after he took the reins of this show in 2015. The premise finds Corden taking the wheel for a drive with a singing celebrity, during which they duet on some of the star’s most popular songs. Corden admits it was a challenge keeping the song list manageable with Dion, one of the industry’s most prolific hit machines.
Tal’s attack on the CIA expands to two fronts in the Season 1 finale, “Sierra Maestra.” Keaton (Morris Chestnut) knows that his Cointel team must identify the domestic target before Chigorin (guest star Dale Pavinski) launches a devastating attack on complete innocents. Shepherd (Jennifer Carpenter) persuades Keaton to let her travel to Cuba to foil Tal’s attack on a secret CIA detention center there where his operatives are imprisoned, but Keaton can’t help wondering whether she secretly plans to join Tal, not stop him.
This TV murder mystery from former real-life criminal prosecutor Marcia Clark has led viewers through a satisfyingly twisty story during its first season, but the writers promise that “all questions will be answered” as the trial relating to the murder of Jessica Meyer ends in a conviction in the finale “Making a Murderer.” Robin Tunney, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Scott Cohen and Breckin Meyer star.