Meet Dave and Jenny Marrs, a resourceful couple who spend their time renovating and selling historic houses in their hometown of Bentonville, Ark., which forms the basis of this new home makeover series. In the premiere, “From Craftsman to Creole Cottage,” Dave and Jenny are approached by new clients who have fallen in love with New Orleans-style architecture. They ask Dave and Jenny to transform their classic Craftsman into an atmospheric Creole cottage.
In a new episode called “Storybook Love,” Rebecca (Mandy Moore) decides to host a dinner party, while Kevin (Justin Hartley) makes more of a concerted effort to support those around him. Randall (Sterling K. Brown) faces concerns about how well his family is — or isn’t — adjusting to their new home. Milo Ventimiglia, Chrissy Metz and Susan Kelechi Watson also star.
The short first season of this fascinating docuseries, which gives women a chance to experience how differently their male counterparts often are treated, wraps up with an episode devoted to “Shital,” whose immigrant parents sacrificed much so she could have a better life. Unfortunately, her career successes aren’t the kind of thing that impresses her very conservative Indian-American family, who keep pressuring her to marry and have children. Shital hopes this social experiment will open the eyes of her relatives.
Jameela Jamil (“The Good Place”) is host for this new comedy game show that’s decidedly not for the squeamish as two teams compete to see which does a better job of correctly ranking the “misery index” rating of several unpleasant life experiences, as compared to a scale created by a team of therapists. The winning team takes home a $30,000 grand prize. Some of the experiences to be considered include having a live spider crawl out of your ear and a live leech being pulled from your nose.