Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Young actor Nolan Gould ("Modern Family") guest stars in this new episode, joining Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie in a series of improvisational games prompted by audience suggestions. Jeff Davis and Greg Proops are the guest comedians.
Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp
This 2012 documentary profiles the man born Robert Lee Maupin -- later known as Robert Beck -- who spent almost 25 years as a pimp in Chicago before turning to writing about his experiences. Archival footage of Iceberg Slim himself -- who died in 1992 -- and interviews with Quincy Jones, Ice-T, Chris Rock and others help tell his story.
North to Alaska
The words "John Wayne" and "romantic comedy" don't exactly go together like bacon and eggs, but Wayne is terrific in this 1960 classic set during the Alaskan gold rush. Sent to Seattle to retrieve a friend's (Stewart Granger) fiancee, he discovers the woman has married someone else. He meets an attractive Frenchwoman (Capucine) in a brothel and brings her north for his pal. But who do you think ends up sittin' in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G?
When a pool cleaner is murdered, Five-0's investigation leads to the discovery of a group of radicalized students who may be planning a terrorist attack on U.S. soil. Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim and Michelle Borth star in the new episode "Pe'epe'e Kanaka" -- Hawaiian for "those among us."
Hart of Dixie
Zoe (Rachel Bilson) gets caught in the middle of Wade and Vivian's (Wilson Bethel, Lauren Bittner) relationship in this new episode. Lavon and AnnaBeth's (Cress Williams, Kaitlyn Black) issues start to have a negative effect on the town. Lemon (Jaime King) comes up with a plan to raise her health inspection grade. Scott Porter and Tim Matheson also star in "A Better Man."
Nick and Hank (David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby) investigate a dangerous woman (Jacqueline Toboni) who's leaving a trail of Wesen in her wake. Adalind (Claire Coffee) decides to take action, even if that requires her to make a risky alliance. Bitsie Tulloch and Reggie Lee also star in the new episode "Nobody Knows the Trubel I've Seen."
Choreographer Matthew Bourne puts a "real-time" spin on Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky's classic ballet "Sleeping Beauty." It opens in 1890, the year the original ballet premiered, and follows Princess Aurora into young womanhood in the Edwardian era, then brings her into the present as she awakens from her 100-year slumber. Hannah Vassallo dances the role of Aurora in the new episode "Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty."
Writer-director Neill Blomkamp ("District 9") continues his vision of a bleak future Earth with a bigger budget and more star power in this effective 2013 sci-fi tale. Matt Damon plays a worker drone on the overcrowded terra firma, which sits beneath a space station where the elite live an idyllic lifestyle. He's desperate to get aboard, and a dangerous mission could put him there. Jodie Foster and "District 9" alum Sharlto Copley also star.
Kiera (Rachel Nichols) tries to help a college student who's caught up in a police cover-up, which leaves her with many questions about the police's behavior. Carlos (Victor Webster) discovers that the department has come under the influence of Liber8 in the new episode "A Minute Changes Everything." Erik Knudsen also stars.
The FBI investigates when a truck driver's body appears to have been torn apart -- but not eaten -- by two animals of different species. Will (Hugh Dancy) compares notes with Hannibal's (Mads Mikkelsen) new patient, Margot Verger (Katherine Isabelle) about the unusual advice they've gotten. Hannibal sends Will a test to determine his true self, and the results surprise both of them in the new episode "Shiizakana."