Commander Kane (Dougray Scott) and Agent Moore (Meagan Tandy) approach Batwoman (Javicia Leslie) with a request for her to boost an infamous work of art that reveals the way to Coryana and Kate in the new episode “Gore on Canvas.” Luke and Mary (Camrus Johnson, Nicole Kang) persuade a reluctant Ryan to take the assignment, but that decision causes tensions on the Bat-team to escalate. Elsewhere, Alice (Rachel Skarsten) tries to fulfill Safiyah’s (guest star Shivaani Ghai) insidious request.
A self-help retreat becomes the backdrop to murder in the new mystery “Helped to Death,” as Alex and Drew (Alison Sweeney, Benjamin Ayres) attend one such gathering to investigate what appears to be an unusual amount of controversy and even tragedy under the management of life coach Bill Garrett (guest star Lochlyn Munro, “Riverdale”). When another attendee turns up dead, Alex and Drew, plus the Chronicle team, know they must find the culprit before someone else falls victim.
Chris Hardwick talks with the cast members and executive producers about what’s to come on the next six episodes of “The Walking Dead” as the hit series returns next Sunday, Feb. 28. The upcoming episodes include such guest stars as Robert Patrick and Hilarie Burton Morgan, as well as new series co-star Okea Eme-Akwari as Elijah, among other new faces.
Single mother Elizabeth (Erin Krakow), Hope Valley’s beloved schoolteacher, has some new students in her classroom as this romantic period drama opens Season 8. Newly arrived in the community, the Canfield family is headed by father Joseph (Viv Leacock, “The Hailey Dean Mysteries”), his wife, Minnie (Natasha Burnett, “UnREAL”), and their two children Angela and Cooper (played by Leacock’s real-life daughter and son, Vienna and Elias). Pascale Hutton, Jack Wagner, Kavan Smith, Kevin McGarry, Chris McNally and Paul Greene also return in their familiar roles.