After a check-up, Andi’s (Liza Snyder) doctor advises her to stop taking birth control pills, so she and Adam (Matt LeBlanc) realize they need to find another means of family planning. As they weigh their alternatives, however, Adam definitely has an adverse reaction to Andi’s proposal in the Season 4 premiere, which is called — spoiler alert! — “The V-Word.” Kevin Nealon, Kali Rocha and Stacey Keach also star.
This spooky fantasy — Freeform’s most-watched series last year — returns for Season 3 with two back-to-back episodes that pick up the action shortly after the Season 2 cliffhanger, which saw Ben (Alex Roe) allowing a reporter to die to protect the secret of the mermaids and his other friends. As the story resumes, however, that fateful act sets off unforeseen ripple effects in his relationship with both Maddie and Ryn (Fola Evans-Akingbola, Eline Powell). Meanwhile, a dangerous new mermaid arrives and challenges Ryn’s leadership.
After a long run as quirky forensic scientist Abby Sciuto on the CBS procedural drama “NCIS,” Pauley Perrette switches gears as she returns to the same network in this new sitcom, which casts her as Jackie, a single suburban mom who is completely rocked when her long-estranged sister, Elizabeth (Natasha Leggero, “Another Period”) appears at her door with hubby Javier (Jaime Camil, “Jane the Virgin”) in tow. The latter couple have blown through a sizable fortune and need a place to stay. Izzy Diaz co-stars.
Last November’s midseason finale ended on a huge cliffhanger, with Wes Gibbons (Alfred Enoch), a character previously believed dead, showing up very much alive in a flash-forward to the funeral of Annalise Keating (Viola Davis), although earlier in that episode we had seen her fleeing for Philadelphia. As the sixth and final season returns to start a run of its last half-dozen episodes, two of Annalise’s students are arrested for the murder of Asher Millstone (Matt McGorry). Jack Falahee, Aja Naomi King and Conrad Ricamora also star.