Pretty much any episode of this high-octane reality series, which follows fearless teams of first responders across the country as they handle one life-or-death situation after another, packs the same punch as a powerhouse season finale on a scripted series. For the record though, tonight’s white-knuckle action marks the Season 1 finale of this addictive series from mega-producer Dick Wolf (all those “Law & Order” legal dramas). Josh Elliott is the host.
In a variation on a sadly familiar scenario, an ambitious 12-year-old singer looks for quick fame online by posting performance videos in the new episode “Webcam of Lies.” She’s thrilled, then, when she quickly attracts a following of many admirers, all of them strangers. Naively, she soon falls for a boy who flatters her, but her dream turns into a nightmare after a shocking photo is shared online.
Rachel Lindsay, star of Season 13 of “The Bachelorette,” and recording artist Travis Mills team up to help distraught guests who are seeking to find closure with someone who inexplicably cut off communication and vanished without explanation from their lives in this new unscripted series, which premieres tonight with two back-to-back episodes. That act of slamming the door on a relationship, commonly called “ghosting,” leaves those on the receiving end with unfinished emotional business, but Lindsay and Mills help such victims find and confront the guilty party.
JoJo Fletcher and her fiancé, Jordan Rodgers — who met on Season 12 of “The Bachelorette” — wrap up the first season of their new reality series, which has introduced them to a new audience in the context of their business relationship as house flippers. The finale, “Austin Boho Bungalow,” finds the couple trying to help a pair of newlyweds who are looking for help updating a rundown granny flat in the Great Hills area of Austin, Texas.