This sci-fi adventure series returns for its seventh and final season, picking up the action in the immediate aftermath of a Season 6 cliffhanger that saw an adult version of Hope (Shelby Flannery) showing up to stab Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos). As the story picks up, a frantic Bellamy (Bob Morley) frantically tries to understand what just happened to his sister. Watch for Chad Rook to join the cast this season as Hatch, a charming convict from Eligius IV.
Season 1 of this supernatural series calls it a wrap with a finale called “Witchbomb,” in which Raelle, Abigail and Tally (Taylor Hickson, Ashley Nicole Williams, Jessica Sutton) graduate from basic training, but this rite of passage only makes Abigail more desperate than ever to prove her unit belongs in War College. While Alder (Lyne Renee) considers the unit for a rescue mission, Anacostia and Scylla (Demetria McKinney, Amalia Holm) find common ground.
NFL sibling trio J.J., T.J. and Derek Watt co-host this new game show based on the popular schoolyard chasing game. This new, high-octane re-imagining of the game, however, is highly physical, challenging contestants to vault, tumble, dodge and dive their way through several epic, three-dimensional courses. As if that weren’t enough, while the competitors are focused on executing all those physical challenges, they’re also being pursued by Taggers, larger-than-life characters with a wide range of athletic skills. The ultimate rule of Ultimate Tag? Don’t get caught!
The S.W.A.T. team mounts a feverish search for some drug smugglers who crashed a plane in a Los Angeles suburb and scatter to the winds, after a joint mission with the DEA goes terribly awry in the new episode “Diablo.” Hondo (Shemar Moore) also seeks to make amends with Nichelle (Rochelle Aytes), and Luca (Kenny Johnson) is feeling on edge about returning to the field. Meanwhile, Deacon (Jay Harrington) is nervous about accepting an invitation to speak to some recruits about mental health.