Carrie Underwood, Kristen Bell, Tim McGraw, Kelsea Ballerini, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town and Miranda Lambert are among the stellar slate of performers lending their talents to this two-hour special honoring heroes in the ongoing fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Recognition for valiant service will be given to unsung heroes in healthcare, education, business, community leadership, infrastructure, first responders and U.S. military, among other categories.
With a set of quints about to turn 5 and a precocious pre-teen, life in the Busby household in Houston is seldom uncomplicated, even before the coronavirus pandemic forces them to begin self-filming their family experiences during quarantine. Before that development, however, Season 7 of this hit reality series opens with the approach of a Father-Daughter Dance that Danielle and Adam worry may be too much for him to handle on his own.
After Nandor and Laszlo (Kayvan Novak, Matt Berry) are unceremoniously kidnapped by a coven of witches, the rest of the vampire household must leave Staten Island and venture into Brooklyn to attempt a rescue operation that is, to put it charitably, pretty sketchy in the new episode “Witches.”Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillen and Mark Proksch also star.
Based on a true story that originally aired on the public radio series “This American Life,”Jason Winer’s 2019 romantic comedy stars Martin Freeman (“Sherlock”) as Charlie, a middle-aged New York librarian who suffers from cataplexy, a medical condition that causes him to faint whenever he experiences powerful emotions. He’s especially vulnerable when it comes to feeling joy, so when he meets a lovely free spirit (Morena Baccarin), he sets her up with his brother (Jake Lacy) instead of professing his own attraction. Jane Curtin co-stars.