Season 17 of this hit reality competition series opens in Los Angeles, the food truck capital of the world, where host Tyler Florence greets this season’s seven new teams with an opening challenge: Cook and sell luxury versions of traditional food truck fare. Upcoming stops include the California cities of San Diego, Santa Barbara and Palm Springs, plus a side trip to Las Vegas. The competition returns to the City of Angels for its finale to determine which of the final two teams still standing takes home the grand prize.
After Mike and Kay (Jason Biggs, Maggie Lawson) get caught lying about Leila’s (Oakley Bull) birthdate, they try to make amends by throwing her a party with a theme of her choice. Unfortunately, they find it impossible not to keep suggesting their own ideas in the new episode “Royal Rumble.” Meanwhile, the other kids (Ashley Boettcher, Connor Kalopsis, Jack Stanton) struggle with the news that Irwin and Rita (Finesse Mitchell, Tisha Campbell) would become their guardians if something happened to Mike and Kay.
Season 3 of this anthology drama series opened as Detective Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) began an investigation into a tragic car accident in upstate New York, where the victim’s college buddy, expectant father Jamie Burns (Matt Bomer), is left grief-stricken after reporting the incident. Since then, however, Harry’s investigation has turned up a hidden crime. Events reach a climax in tonight’s season finale, as Jamie, bent on revenge, finds himself on a collision course with Harry.
The soapy drama closes out Season 2 with a finale called ” ‘Til Death Do Us Part,” which finds Eddie and Katherine (David Giuntoli, Grace Park) preparing to renew their vows. Everyone rushes to the hospital, though, when Eve (guest star Ebboney Wilson) goes into labor. Elsewhere, Maggie (Allison Miller) shares some shocking news with Gary (James Roday), while Delilah and Miles (Stephanie Szostak, guest star Parker Young) grow closer. Sprague Grayden also guest stars.