After Maddie (Jennifer Love Hewitt) reveals a painful family secret, her admission prompts Buck (Oliver Stark) to reconsider his childhood for clues to why he is now a reckless daredevil in the new episode “Buck Begins.” Back in the workplace, the 118 team races to save some workers who have gotten trapped in a five-alarm factory fire. Gregory Harrison and Dee Wallace guest star; Angela Bassett and Peter Krause also star.
The horror series reaches its climax with “Sacrifice,” wherein Vergara (Eduard Fernández), along with Paco and Elena (Miguel Angel Silvestre, Megan Montaner), is confronted by biblical demons as the Cainites seize the village. If these frenzied intruders are able to seize the 30 coins, they will unleash an almost inconceivable power force that will deliver a sinister new pope to rule over a world order that is in Satan’s thrall.
Tony Award winner Renée Elise Goldsberry (“Hamilton”) narrates the new “Voice of Freedom,” which explores the life and legacy of singer Marian Anderson, highlighting her extraordinary 1939 concert at the Lincoln Memorial. Born in South Philadelphia in 1897, Anderson was blessed with a once-in-a-lifetime voice, but as a Black woman, she could perform in few U.S. venues. After the Daughters of the American Revolution blocked Anderson’s 1939 concert at Constitution Hall, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt resigned from the DAR and Anderson’s subsequent outdoor performance was heard on radio by millions.
As this politically charged docuseries draws to a conclusion, Detective Sgt. Nick Bailey (Rafe Spall) struggles to adjust to his life post-Novichok, which includes stubbornly lingering after-effects. Meanwhile, Tracy Daszkiewicz (Anne-Marie Duff) learns to her dismay that the contamination radius may be even bigger than last time, and the poisoning proves fatal for Dawn Sturgess (MyAnna Buring). Sophia Ally and Johnny Harris co-star.