Adapted from the fifth and final novel in the Casteel series, the miniseries finale is a prequel that fills in some important blanks and unlocks some major Casteel family secrets. Leigh (Jennifer Laporte), who will give birth to Heaven later in the story, flees her oppressive family manor and the secrets she had to harbor while living there. She soon falls into the arms of Luke Casteel Sr. (Tim Donadt), whose obvious devotion seems like a beacon of hope to Leigh. Max Lloyd-Jones and Cindy Busby also star.
In the new episode “Saving a Family’s Legacy,” host Robert Irvine comes to the rescue of Al’s Seafood in Maryland, a restaurant that has been in the family for more than 60 years yet now is on the brink of closing its doors. Third-generation owner Chad and his sister, Cara, desperately want to salvage what they can of their business, which keeps alive memories of their late parents and grandparents.
In this new 2019 romance, Tia (Autumn Reeser), a frazzled Seattle lawyer, travels to San Francisco to check out the Pacific Yellowfin, a vintage yacht her aunt and uncle have transformed into a dinner cruise. She’s looking forward to captaining the boat over the summer, partly to clear her head, but she’s thrown when she discovers who has signed on as the vessel’s chef: Jake (Brennan Elliott), who left her devastated 12 years ago when he ended their relationship as their career paths diverged.
This new documentary from filmmakers Gabe and Ben Turner chronicles the blockbuster success and lasting cultural impact of Motown Records, which celebrates its 60th anniversary in September. The film’s main focus starts with the 1958 birth of Motown in Detroit and continues through the company’s relocation to Los Angeles in the early 1970s, telling its story through interviews with visionary founder Berry Gordy and some of his superstar artists and creative figures.