Amy (America Ferrera) can't help but take an interest in the relationship of Mateo and Jeff (Nico Santos, guest star Michael Bunin), generating problems on several fronts. Along with Chistina Tosi and chef and guest judge Aaron Sanchez, Ramsay himself has to determine who succeeds in the effort — and who must leave the contest. on NBC Powerless Emily's (Vanessa Hudgens) bid to re-enter the dating scene gets complicated when her new love interest (guest star Robert Buckley, "i Zombie") turns out to be a deputy of the Riddler in the new episode "Emily Dates a Henchman." Teddy and Ron (Danny Pudi, Ron Funches) discover something related to Batman … The pregnant Kelly Kline (guest star Courtney Ford) seeks shelter after an attempt on her life. on NBC The Blacklist In "The Apothecary," a new episode that helps to set up the spinoff series "The Blacklist: Redemption" (whose premiere follows immediately), the plot echoes the classic movie thriller "D. A." as Red (James Spader) fights intensifying symptoms to determine who poisoned him. on CBS Mom Wendie Malick ("Hot in Cleveland," "Just Shoot Me!
Ellen Pompeo, Chandra Wilson, James Pickens Jr., Kevin Mc Kidd and Sarah Drew also star. on NBC Superstore A Cloud 9 "Wellness Fair" — which also happens to be the title of this new episode — puts Jonah (Ben Feldman) in the spotlight, making Glenn (Mark Mc Kinney) quite unhappy. on KDVR Master Chef Any fan of this show knows that mystery-box challenges are among its staples, and the latest is presented in the new episode "Junior Edition: Just Like Gordon." Of course, that title references Chef Gordon Ramsay, whose hand-roasted sea bass dish is attempted by the young contestants. Their eventual behavior at the event makes him regret having made the request. Sheppard) son was to have been aboard the doomed vessel, prompting Sam and Dean (Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles) to seek Rowena's (guest star Ruth Connell) assistance.
That's a new one, but we guess Martha (Martha Kelly) qualifies for the title, since she just booked a gig for Chip (Zach Galifianakis). on HBO VICE The hard-hitting and Emmy-winning weekly news magazine, which specializes in in-depth coverage of news that is usually overlooked by the mainstream media, returns for its fifth season, which has been expanded to feature 30 new episodes, a hefty increase of the 18 episodes in Season 4. on CBS Mac Gyver Initially excited to have an overseas assignment, Bozer (Justin Hires) ends up having a much different view of the mission in the new episode "Ruler." The assignment goes awry, leaving him, Mac (Lucas Till) and their comrades to appear to be responsible for a bombing actually committed by terrorists. on ABC Last Man Standing Comedian Bill Engvall reprises his guest role as a clergyman in the new episode "Take Me to Church," as Mike and Vanessa (Tim Allen, Nancy Travis) try to stoke their daughters' (Molly Ephraim, Kaitlyn Dever, Amanda Fuller) interest in attending religious services again. on NBC Grimm Scientists are targeted lethally — sending Nick, Hank and Wu (David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby, Reggie Lee) on a particularly unusual mission — in the new episode "The Son Also Rises." Monroe and Rosalee (Silas Weir Mitchell, Bree Turner) are alarmed by Eve's (Bitsie Tulloch) ongoing symptoms. Renard (Sasha Roiz) seeks help in learning the background of mysterious symbols. on KDVR Rosewood It may not be quite as active as it once was, but the American space program comes under the scrutiny of Rosewood and Villa (Morris Chestnut, Jaina Lee Ortiz) as they investigate a female astronaut's death in the new episode "Radiation & Rough Landings." Rosewood's health takes a turn.
Moore, an original cast member on "Criminal Minds," starred on the CBS series from 2005 through 2016 when he departed the show at the end of the eleventh season.
It will still take a while for the team to feel like one again."The cases are there, and they're professionals, but things are not back to normal," Gibson says. Each of them has unique relationships with each other.
"We're not shortchanging the reintegration process of having her back and having A. We're trying to explore all those dynamics."Exclusive: boss on Paget Brewster's return: "It feels rewarding"But more importantly, the cover-up has a ripple effect that climbs all the way up the bureaucratic food chain and leads to a Senate committee hearing that puts everyone's jobs on the line.