New York attorney Julia Crawley (Rachel Boston) looks forward to a cozy holiday visit back to her Rocky Mountain hometown, where her family has run a picturesque inn for years. The scene that greets her arrival, however, is a long way from peace and goodwill, as a generations-old feud with another clan that runs the town’s competing inn somehow has been rekindled. Julia finds herself swept up in the center of things in a romance with Roger Mason (Wes Brown), a scion of the other family, in this 2019 romance.
As she takes her first steps back into the music business, Cookie (Taraji P. Henson) spots an artist with enormous raw talent whom Lucious (Terrence Howard) dismissed years ago in the new episode “Do You Remember Me.” Elsewhere, Lucious discovers he has a lot more in common with Yana (guest star Kiandra Richardson) then he had expected while they spend a day together in the city. Andre (Trai Byers) pulls out all the stops to entice a reluctant artist to sign with Empire. Amanda Detmer guest stars.
One of the most beloved stars in country music history is honored in this new two-hour special, which celebrates Dolly Parton’s 50 years at the iconic Grand Ole Opry. Parton herself will perform several of her biggest hits on that very stage, in front of a live audience, but a number of her friends — including Dierks Bentley, Emmylou Harris, Chris Janson, Toby Keith, Lady Antebellum, Margo Price and Hank Williams Jr., among others — will be on hand for the musical party as well.
She’s almost universally recognized as the greatest female skier ever, but Lindsey Vonn’s storied career has followed a remarkable course marked by twists and turns and, especially in its final chapter, some dramatic peaks and valleys. This feature-length 2019 documentary presents a surprisingly intimate chronicle of this iconic athlete’s last competitive sports campaign, interspersed with a look back at Vonn’s transcendent career, which took her from child prodigy to decorated Olympian and ultimately beloved global superstar.