A real-life multiple murder in England is chronicled in this 2020 true-crime miniseries, which opens with an August 1985 late-night phone call from Jeremy Bamber (Freddie Fox), who alerts Chelmsford police that his sister, twin nephews and both his parents have been found dead at White House Farm. Scott Reid also stars.
Originally created for the CBS All Access streaming service, this seventh TV series in the “Star Trek” franchise makes its broadcast TV debut, following the adventures of the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery, roughly a decade before the events depicted in the original “Star Trek” series. In the series premiere, “The Vulcan Hello,” First Officer Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) faces a major test after encountering an object of unknown origin while patrolling Federation space. Doug Jones, Shazad Latif and Anthony Rapp also star.
In the Season 1 finale, “The End of the Road,” Chrissie finally cracks Greg’s shell, encouraging him to reveal painful traumatic information from his past. During a session with Oneika, Meco makes a shocking revelation, while Christine reads a fascinating letter. Elsewhere, the lives and destinies of other characters come to a head.
You don’t find that many TV shows that would make a big deal about a 58th birthday, anniversary or anything else, but that totally random “milestone” is celebrated by the zanies of this game show in tonight’s new episode. Civilian contestants try to fill in the blanks by guessing the responses of a celebrity panel. Tonight’s stars include actors Jerry Ferrara (“Entourage”) and Chris Sullivan (“This Is Us”) and actresses Constance Zimmer (“UnREAL”) and Dascha Polanco (“Orange Is the New Black”). Alec Baldwin is the host.