In the new episode “My Witches,” the group travels to Salem Town for an annual witch celebration, which subsequently is thrown into chaos by an unexpected disturbance. When Tally (Jessica Sutton) finds herself confronted by her own mother’s objections, as well as widespread hostility toward witches, she begins to doubt whether her decision to pursue a military career was a good one. After Adler (Lyne Renee) denies her request to change units, Abigail (Ashley Williams) tries to mend fences with Raelle (Taylor Hickson).
Tempers start to flare on the homefront as Sonny (A.J. Buckley) faces disciplinary action in the new episode “Last Known Location.” Elsewhere, a frustrated Clay (Max Thieriot) ponders taking a new career path, while Jason (David Boreanaz) is put under more pressure by Captain Lindell (Jamie McShane). All this personal drama plays out while Bravo team prepares for a three-month deployment to Afghanistan.
This new three-part weekly series takes viewers on a journey to some of the greatest spiritual buildings and places of worship in the world, exploring the scale, ingenuity and faith that each embodies. In the miniseries premiere, “House of the Divine,” a man at Angkor Wat in Cambodia, who believes the temples are home to his ancestral spirits, risks his life to save them from the encroaching jungle. At al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, a young Muslim paramedic battles his own hunger and exhaustion to help other fasting worshipers during Ramadan.
This period Britcom set in 1887 London closes out Season 1 with the finale “Framed Rabbit,” which finds Detective Inspector Rabbit (Matt Berry) set up on murder charges. Desperate to avoid arrest, Rabbit goes underground to seek the help of shady character Murky John (guest star Peter-Hugo Daly). Meanwhile, Detective Strauss and Mabel (Freddie Fox, Susan Wokoma) desperately fight to clear his name. Alun Armstrong also stars. The second season of this comedy has been greenlit.