JJ Da Boss and the Memphis Street Outlaws find themselves tested as never before as they start a new season with a three-hour premiere that sees new drivers emerging into the spotlight, ready to take on the Memphis racers. Mallory “Molly” Gulley races her new car, The Ugly Duckling, against Kentucky in her first true street race with an out-of-town team. Meanwhile, Doughboy’s wife, Chelsea, decides to enter the family business, stepping out from behind the scenes and getting behind the wheel herself.
Season 4 of this series, which presents fictionalized accounts of true crimes that culminated in murder at the hands of a trusted friend or loved one, opens with the punningly titled “A Bitter Pill,” which explores the suspicious death of newlywed pharmaceutical rep Debbie Ashley. After her lifeless body is found in the trunk of her car, police suspect gang involvement. Before long, however, a stunning confession reveals dark secrets.
In “Hurt,” the first of a two-part season finale, a massive earthquake rocks the city of San Jose, sending the St. Bonaventure Hospital staff scrambling to assess structural and property damage, plus ensuring that colleagues and patients are safe. Meanwhile, Drs. Melendez and Glassman (Nicholas Gonzalez, Richard Schiff) are attending a charity event when the seismic upheaval puts their lives in jeopardy. Freddie Highmore, Antonia Thomas and Hill Harper also star.
Zeke’s (Matt Long) condition deteriorates as his death date looms, so he decides to confront his past, but Saanvi (Parveen Kaur) is determined to secure a new future for him in the new episode “Unaccompanied Minors.” Elsewhere, Ben and T.J. (Josh Dallas, Garrett Wareing) are led to an unexpected loved one by a pair of linked callings, while Michaela (Melissa Roxburgh) faces a tough moral decision when her own calling instructs her to let a criminal go free.