Joel McHale (“Community”) brings his winning combination of gentle snark and good cheer to this vintage game show that originally premiered on NBC in 1978, hosted by Jim Perry. In each round, two players face off in a head-to-head elimination race, with the winning player claiming a $10,000 cash prize and a chance at a life-changing payday.
“Law & Order” mega-producer Dick Wolf returns to the network that was home to his “New York Undercover” police drama in the mid-1990s with this new unscripted series that promises viewers a raw, in-depth look at heroic American firefighters, police officers, EMS technicians and other first responders as they race to save others. Josh Elliott hosts.
The Bordelon family continues its fight to save their family farm and preserve their father’s legacy as this turbulent drama returns for Season 4 with “Pleasure Is Black.” Charley (Dawn-Lyen Gardner) remains at odds with the Landry clan while trying to safeguard Micah’s (Nicholas Ashe) future. Nova (Rutina Wesley) embarks on a book tour to promote her memoirs. Kofi Siriboe also stars.
Season 2 of this superhero adventure resumes the action against the backdrop of a changed Kandor, where both its future and freedom are jeopardized by the ambitious plans of the ruthless Gen. Dru-Zod (Colin Salmon), who yearns to conquer the universe. He may prevail unless Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe) is able to unite a ragtag resistance band.
Kelsey (Hilary Duff) embraces her challenging new role as publisher at the newly minted Millennial Print as this hit romantic comedy opens Season 6, while Liza and Charles (Sutton Foster, Peter Hermann) settle into a new life together now that he’s no longer running the business. Debi Mazar, Miriam Shore and Nico Tortorella also return to their roles.