Twin stars Jonathan and Drew Scott narrow their focus to a new goal: turning the ordinary residences of featured families into the homes of which they’ve always dreamed. In each episode, the brothers take the chosen couple on a tour of renovated homes to discover what features their clients love, then get to work.
In this new summer drama series, reluctant psychic Cassie Bedford (Harriet Dyer) receives visions that may predict the future or sometimes reveal insight into the past. She agrees to help when her police detective father (Paul Blackthorne, “Arrow”) and his new partner (Justin Cornwell, “I Am the Night”) investigate a dark and baffling murder.
This series adaptation of a New Zealand cult movie comedy earned critical raves and instant hipster cred, thanks to guest appearances by stars including Tilda Swinton, Paul Reubens and Evan Rachel Wood, among others. FX has ordered a second season, but Season 1 ends with “Ancestry,” as Nando (Kayvan Novak) meets one of his descendants.
The Emmy-winning animated sitcom returns for its 10th and final season under the title “Archer: 1999,” marking another transformation in genre and character identities for these nine episodes. The new sci-fi setting shifts to a salvage ship in deep space, where Archer and his motley crew try to outsmart intergalactic pirates and intergalactic bounty hunters.
If you thought the yuletide-themed Season 1 of this hyper-violent yet hilarious series was over-the-top, Season 2 — set during the Easter season — has gotten even loopier, with star Chris Meloni at one point playing his own boozy mother and Ann-Margret guest starring as a nutty movie icon. The madness wraps up tonight in “Resurrection.”