Nicky’s (Will Merrick) father plays Kingdom Scrolls with him, hoping it will be an effective father-son bonding exercise. Things take a twisted turn, however, when Nicky develops an insatiable taste for virtually killing his old man in the new episode “Patricide.” Elsewhere, Russell (David Mumeni) is confused when Meg (Alexa Davies) reveals the sexual yearnings of her online persona, and Alison (Charlotte Ritchie) introduces a new guy to her roommates. Sargon Yelda also stars.
Chicago designer and renovation expert Alison Victoria takes on even bigger, riskier projects as her home makeover series launches a new season of five 90-minute episodes. She’s putting more of her money and time on the line with these new undertakings, but at the same time, she is trying to manage a strained business relationship, cope with permit delays and fight annoying stop-work orders. Her properties often feature vintage fireplace mantles, antique mirrored closet doors and salvaged and repurposed furniture pieces.
Daniel Tosh returns for the 12th and final season of his long-running and irreverent comedy series, in which he talks about social media and internet trends, while also giving the unlucky victims of embarrassing viral videos a chance to redeem themselves. In announcing its cancellation of what had been a flagship show for the network, executives explained that Comedy Central is moving away from live-action scripted fare in favor of more adult animation such as “South Park.”
Filmmaker Chelsea Hernandez chronicles the powerful saga of immigrant construction workers fighting for justice in an industry riddled by forces eager to exploit them in this new one-hour documentary. Set in Texas, where a massive construction boom has been heralded as the “Texas miracle,” the film charts the rise of a workers’ movement in the face of widespread construction industry injustices ranging from non-payment of wages to life-threatening work conditions.