The new episode “Storm the Castle” finds Tracy trying to balance her new portfolio with her incredibly demanding developer, who has sky-high expectations and a decidedly stormy history of working with Josh Altman. Elsewhere, James and David are up against both a business deadline and Mother Nature’s body clock to find their pregnant client her dream home before she goes into labor.
Performing before a live audience in Denver, comic and actress Alice Wetterlund (“People of Earth”) delivers a set that’s a comedic tour de force, spanning topics ranging from alcoholism and her chronic problems with peeping Toms to the complexities of rearing cats and the secret alien conspiracy behind new country music.
Best known for his iconic comedy work with Keanu Reeves in the “Bill & Ted” movie series, former juvenile actor-turned-filmmaker Alex Winter directed this new 2020 film, which throws a spotlight on children who grow up in the world of show business. Becoming famous at an early age brings with it both advantages and drawbacks, as illustrated through interviews with some of the most famous former child stars in the world, including Henry Thomas (“E.T. the Extraterrestrial”), Mara Wilson (“Mrs. Doubtfire”) and Wil Wheaton (“Stand by Me”).
This true-crime anthology drama series concludes Season 2 — which has revolved around the Betty Broderick case — with a finale called “Perception Is Reality.” Betty (Amanda Peet) has found it possible to avoid confronting the reality of her actions, thanks to a wave of support from strangers, but ultimately the time arrives for her to face the music. Christian Slater also stars.