After her and Jane’s (Katie Stevens) exposé makes an impact, Jacqueline (Melora Hardin) ponders how to make Scarlet an industry leader that backs up talk with action in the Season 3 finale “Breaking Through the Noise.” Sutton (Meghann Fahy) celebrates the end of her design seminar, while Kat (Aisha Dee) decides to face her problems.
Quints Ava, Olivia, Riley, Parker and Hazel Busby are now “three-nagers,” with all the attitude that entails, as this hit unscripted series opens a new season. Amid all the family fun, however, parents Adam and Danielle juggle new issues such as her stubborn and mysterious migraines, as well as the prospect of another surgery for daughter Hazel.
The acclaimed period drama picks up the action following a three-year time jump to 1990, which finds the ballroom community moving into the pop culture mainstream. Blanca (Mj Rodriguez) encourages her charges in the House of Evangelista to follow their dreams, even as she puts her own on hold. Pray Tell (Billy Porter) becomes an AIDS activist.
The world of competitive cheerleading is the backdrop for this new unscripted series, which follows two squads and their coaches, Donna Martin of Dunbar High School in Lexington, Ky., and her daughter, Ole Miss head coach Ryan O’Connor. In the premiere, “The New Generation,” both Donna and Ryan hold tryouts at their respective schools.
Season 12 features teams of male and female artists who are vying for a shot at winning $100,000, as well as an editorial feature in “Inked” and, of course, bragging rights to the Ink Master title. Past contestants, some of them fan favorites, also return from time to time to coach the teams. Dave Navarro is host.