The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many families to self-quarantine in isolation for the safety of their health, but when you have more than 10 people under one roof, there obviously are special challenges involved. This hit reality series opens its 11th season with the family struggling to cope with this temporary new normal. Jessa and Ben try to keep their kids entertained in their household, while Jinger and Jeremy deal with the California restrictions. Later, several branches of the family come together via video chat.
In the new episode “Altman Versus Fredrik,” Josh Altman hunts for his own flagship office space to create some much-needed distance from New York power player Fredrik Eklund, a former friend who now is trying to make his mark on both coasts, thus encroaching on Altman’s prime turf. Meanwhile, Josh Flagg tries to convince his hesitant seller to put in an offer or lose the coveted home forever.
In a world that seems to be filled every day with one unforeseen set of circumstances after another, the question of how anyone might react when confronted with an unexpected situation assumes even greater importance. Anchor John Quinones returns tonight to launch Season 15 of this ABC News series, which explores how people behave when they think no one is watching, using hidden cameras to capture real-life individuals as they react to provocative scenarios initiated by actors and inspired by current real-world events.
Spring has sprung in “Do or Die,” the Season 1 finale, as Mary holds a final town meeting before heading out on her performing tour. In the meantime, the garage is converted into a Crap Shack, allowing for more, um, “construction material” production while Mary is out of town.