Her longtime co-host Brad Paisley won’t be present for this year’s edition of the annual ceremony from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, but returning host Carrie Underwood won’t be feeling lonely: Reba McEntire and Dolly Parton will join Underwood as special guest hosts for the festivities, which are billed as “celebrating the legendary women of country music.” Maren Morris leads the field of nominees this year with six nods, followed by Brothers Osborne with four. Underwood herself is up for three.
This five-part true-crime docuseries, airing nightly through Friday and simulcast on SundanceTV, revisits a lurid episode in New York history, the 1986 killing of Jennifer Levin at the hands of Robert Chambers in Central Park. The pair had dated occasionally, and Chambers later told police he accidentally killed Levin during rough sex that she initiated after they ran into each other in a bar. The tabloid media circus that followed blamed Levin for her own death. Chambers eventually was convicted of manslaughter.
Host Guy Fieri assembles favorite members of his DDD family at Flavortown Market for some old-fashioned holiday fun in the new “DDD Thanksgiving” episode. First, the chefs are tasked with assembling an ultimate Thanksgiving sandwich without shopping in one aisle that would seem to be crucial. Next, the contenders must make a dish that comes under Guy’s designated weight limit. G. Garvin, Eric Greenspan and Jamika Pessoa are the judges.
After she gets injured while pursuing a suspect, Burgess (Marina Squerciati) reports for a medical exam, where she receives a diagnosis that leaves her shocked in the new episode “No Regrets.” Meanwhile, a homicide investigation turns into a missing-persons case, with a markedly sinister twist, and Voight (Jason Beghe) must decide between getting justice and following the letter of the law. (Fans probably can guess how that last one will come out).