Millennial house flipper Justin Stamper has found a way to reclaim many of the rundown and abandoned structures widely found across his home state of Florida. This new home renovation series follows Justin and his Orlando-based team as they acquire some of these empty residences, which include poorly plumbed “McMansions” and a few other abodes that were jeopardized by an approaching sinkhole. Fixing up these zombie homes can pose a major challenge, but the “reanimated” results can fetch a handsome price.
Having had a baby, Star (Jude Demorest) manages to jeopardize nearly everything she has fought to achieve, while Simone (Brittany O’Grady) fights for her family as this music-driven nighttime soap returns from hiatus with “When Stars Fall,” the spring premiere. Elsewhere, Cassie (Brandy Norwood) puts her neck on the line to save her nephew, while Carlotta (Queen Latifah) finally opens up about a past trauma she has kept buried. Chad Michael Murray and Ben Vereen guest star; Ryan Destiny also stars.
Gretchen (Aya Cash) navigates life by trying to project a facade that suggests she can handle anything that the world can throw at her. Underneath, however, she’s a mass of insecurities that threaten to spill over at any moment. Sadly, in the new episode “Magical Thinking,” that moment arrives at the worst possible time, as her anxieties come out at a major event she has organized for a new client. Chris Geere, Desmin Borges and Kether Donohue also star.
In one of the more unusual career trajectories you’ll see on a cable reality show, this new spinoff of the hit unscripted series “Moonshiners” follows one of its iconic players, moonshine legend Tim Smith, as he continues his transition from literal backwoods outlaw to legal moonshiner servicing America’s liquor stores. In this new series, Tim takes his lifetime of liquor-making expertise and, abetted by a team of other home-grown whiskey experts, uses that invaluable business savvy to pull struggling distilleries back from the brink and preserve the tradition of “handmade liquor.”
Season 1 of this ridiculously addictive armored combat competition ends with a “Tournament Championship,” which opens with a seven-man Grand Melee. After one combatant is eliminated, the remaining six divide into two-person teams for the season’s first Three Team Melee. Additional bouts take the field down to a final duel consisting of three heats, each featuring a formidable weapon: a flamberge, a double-headed battle ax and a two-headed war mace.The ultimate victor walks away with the Golden Helm and $20,000.