In the new episode “Flagg It or Bag It,” James and David throw a backyard barbecue bash to promote their new family-oriented estate in Santa Monica. Josh Flagg tries to find former “Glee” cast member Becca Tobin the home of her dreams in the historic Hollywood Hills. Elsewhere, Josh Altman pursues a new modern listing in his Bird Streets territory, but he’s stunned when the owners seriously consider what is clearly a low-ball offer.
Kevin Williamson (“The Vampire Diaries”) is executive producer of this chilling series, which puts a contemporary spin on such classic children’s fairy tales as “Little Red Riding Hood,” “Hansel and Gretel” and “The Three Little Pigs,” typically involving a dark twist of some kind. “Chapter 1: Hope” opens the series with a story about a girl and her father (Danielle Campbell, Sam Jaeger) trying to make a fresh start in New York. Also: A man (James Wolk) and his girlfriend (Spencer Grammer) don’t see eye to eye on their future.
Shortly after becoming the youngest and first African-American mayor of Stockton, Calif., Stanford graduate Michael Tubbs took the fearless step of allowing filmmaker Marc Levin to film a behind-the-scenes documentary about his and his team’s struggles during this first term to turn around the fortunes of this community grappling with crime, violence and low literacy rates. Among the projects they try to get off the ground are a universal basic income experiment and a program to help at-risk youth complete higher education.
The unexpected return of a formidable old enemy sends Bishop (Keith David) reeling, pushing Lady Mae (Lynn Whitfield) to divulge a family secret in the new episode “The Sixth Day.” Jacob and Kerissa (Lamman Rucker, Kim Hawthorne) try to process the reality of their divorce with Zora and Winkie (Lovie Simone, Cortez McCauley). Grace and Darius (Merle Dandridge, Rick Fox) learn the shocking truth about Bob Whitmore (Beau Bridges) and Edenvale Lending, while Charity (Deborah Joy Winans) forces Phil (Sean Blakemore) to confront his past.