Massimo (Alessandro Borghi) finds out that the secret dossier conceals a liquidity recycling scheme between NYL and a major German bank, used by Dominic (Patrick Dempsey) to implement a complex intercontinental plot. That discovery leads Massimo to fear for his own safety, since he strongly suspects that the scheme led to the death of his colleague. Laia Costa, Kasia Smutniak, Lars Mikkelsen and Malachi Kirby also star in the new “Episode 7.”
In the special holiday edition “Delivery: All-Star Thanksgiving,” host Guy Fieri and his son Hunter ship festive fall ingredients to Food Network fan favorite chefs Damaris Phillips, Christian Petroni and Michael Voltaggio, challenging them to create in their own kitchens their best Thanksgiving dinner, including a creative way to “revive” leftover pie. The chefs also play some Thanksgiving-themed games. Marcus Samuelsson, Aarti Sequeira and Jet Tila are the judges.
Wrongfully convicted prisoner-turned-litigator Aaron Wallace (Nicholas Pinnock) continues his quest to win justice as this taut legal drama returns for its sophomore season. That fight compels him to take up the mantle against systemic injustice from outside the prison walls that currently hold him. Indira Varma, Joy Bryant, Dorian Missick, Tyla Harris and Timothy Busfield also return to their series roles.
The 1857 Indian Rebellion against the British East India Company serves as the action-packed backdrop for Swati Bhise’s 2019 British period drama, which chronicles the fact-based saga of Rani Lakshmibai (Devika Bhise), the Rani of Jhansi. A feminist icon in her country and a fearless freedom fighter, as a 24-year-old general, she led her people against the British Empire, earning her a reputation as the Joan of Arc of the East. Rupert Everett, Ben Lamb, Derek Jacobi, Jodhi May and Nathaniel Parker also star.