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What really happened to the Princes in the Tower? Lucy Worsley uncovers the story of the two boys whose disappearance in 1483 has led to centuries of mystery and speculation.
How did George III's mental illness change Britain? Lucy Worsley uncovers Royal papers and explores how the assassination attempt on his life by a mentally ill subject changed psychiatry forever.
Ryan Long / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Rideshare Driver; Eric Pérez / Shallow Lake, Ontario, Order Management Specialist; Bonnie Kistler / Sarasota, Florida, Novelist.
Memphis, 1996: The WWF sends Dwayne to Memphis to develop his wrestling skills. When a booker bullies Downtown Bruno, Dwayne decides to fight back. In 2032, Candidate Dwayne Johnson's conflict with Dr. Julien comes to a head.
Sig scrambles to get home for Bairdi and Mandy's baby as his crew finds a honey hole of Russian King Crab. Josh's brother Shane gets caught in the bight as a typhoon slams the Cornelia Marie. Rip faces a crisis when a greenhorn collapses unconscious.
It's movie night, as teacher Lori from Austin, TX, goes head-to-head with Dave from New York, who works in advertising. Round One is "Mixtape," and all the tunes are from the movies. The theme continues into the Bid-A-Note round, which concludes in a blockbuster ending. The Hollywood theme keeps coming as Chris, a legal assistant from Brooklyn, NY, takes on Kalisha from Minneapolis, MN, who works in digital marketing. Will either of them win the $100k grand prize?
In 2032, Candidate Dwayne Johnson rides the ups and downs of election day. In 1984, Rocky and Ata are at a crossroads with their futures in wrestling. In 1987, teenage Dwayne learns that the family is leaving Nashville. In 1996, Dwayne's rise through the WWF doesn't go as planned.
Over 100 years before the deadly COVID-19 pandemic set off a nationwide wave of fear and anti-Asian sentiment, an outbreak of bubonic plague in San Francisco's Chinatown unleashed a similar crisis. The death of a Chinese immigrant in 1900 would have likely gone unnoticed if a sharp-eyed medical officer hadn't discovered a swollen black lymph node on his body — evidence of one of the world's most feared diseases, bubonic plague. When others started dying, health officials and business leaders were torn about how to stave off an epidemic without causing panic and derailing the city's booming economy. A fascinating medical mystery and timely examination of the tense relationship between the medical community, city powerbrokers, and San Francisco's Chinese-American community, Plague at the Golden Gate tells the gripping story of the desperate race against time to save San Francisco and the nation from the deadly plague. Based on David K. Randall's Black Death at the Golden Gate, the film features interviews with a fascinating range of medical experts, authors, and Asian-American historians.
When a private jet carrying American citizens is shot down outside of a small town in Poland, the Fly Team looks into the man who missed the flight. Also, Forrester is conflicted when he receives information from his mother.
When the team works with a group of astronomy experts to conduct a telescope and rocket experiment at the Triangle Area on Skinwalker Ranch, they have their most incredible UAP encounter yet.
Brad "The Buzzsaw" Rutter makes his first official appearance of season three. As the featured Chaser, Rutter takes on an English professor, medical science liaison and a criminal defense attorney while Sara Haines (ABC's "The View") hosts.
Expect the unexpected when Amy and Chris invite Matt and Caryn to dinner. Caryn buys Matt a new contraption to help recharge their relationship. As Zach prepares to break a powerlifting record, injuries and weight issues threaten his goal.
The second hour features Sara, an executive assistant from Bronx, NY, who takes on Tye, a military veteran from Atlanta, GA. Sara shows her "New York mean," but will she beat the military vet for the big money in the Golden Medley? Next, Raymond, an accountant from Chicago, faces New Orleans entrepreneur and mom Lyndsey. Round One starts with a NAME THAT TUNE favorite, "Spin Me Round." The prizes stack up, and there's even an underwater scooter on offer! See who will sink and who will swim, as competitors slug it out to come out on top and win the $100,000 grand prize.
In the fishing hotspot of Venice in Louisiana, a buyer demands an unfamiliar freshwater species - and Josh and the team hook a prehistoric monster.
In Utah, the Dillmans must be careful not to trigger an Aztec water trap while digging deep into the cave chamber. In New Mexico, after finding a man-made vault, the Villescas family discovers that there are more secrets buried beneath the Fire Pits. Meanwhile, the Miners in Nevada finally bring in explosives to blow open the mystery waiting for them behind the walls of their mine shaft.
The four competing chefs must haul in big carts for a big breakfast buffet. Then, they ditch the surf and double up on turf when Alex Guarnaschelli challenges them to create "turf and turf" dishes. The day finishes off with a cherry on top for one chef as judges Nacho Aguirre and Antonia Lofaso choose the winner.
As a monster hurricane approaches New York, Bloom and the team scramble to put preparations in place. Max and Helen make plans for an intimate New York wedding as she returns from London. Iggy and Martin reach a crossroads. Reynolds finally makes contact with his father.
The riveting battle between Celeste Beard and her twin teenage daughters continues to unfold in part two of this unbelievable true-crime story. Secret recordings and a shocking confession point suspicion toward Celeste and her best friend's possible involvement. When the walls start closing in on Celeste, her daughters go on the run fearing their own lives could be in danger. With family members now foes, who is to blame for their epic collapse and who is telling the truth?
Micah meets with Max to get to the bottom of Max and Moriah's breakup. The divide between Kim and Barry quickly grows, leaving the future uncertain. Moriah opens up to her family about her breakup, resulting in questions that leave her stunned.
CASTER SEMENYA & INTERSEX ATHLETES: After years of being forced by track's governing body, World Athletics, to take hormone therapy to suppress her body's natural testosterone, Olympic gold medalist middle distance runner Caster Semenya launched a lawsuit claiming they violated her human rights.
DESHAUN WATSON ACCUSERS: Several women who have accused Deshaun Watson of sexual misconduct sit down for their first ever national TV interview. In the report, they detail the alleged abuse they suffered and share their reactions to Watson's record-breaking $230 million contract with the Cleveland Browns.
SAVANNAH BANANAS: Some say America's national pastime – baseball – has become too long, slow and boring. The solution, according to Jesse Cole, is Banana Ball, a game Cole invented and named after the team he owns – the Savannah Bananas. Banana Ball has a two-hour time limit and removes what Cole says are all the boring parts of baseball, like bunting and stepping out of the batter's box. To play his game, Cole has assembled a cast of characters. He recruited a pitcher on stilts, a rodeo clown and a 75-year-old former Major League All-Star, who descends from the bleachers, beer in hand. If Cole sounds more like a ringmaster than a traditional baseball owner, perhaps that's because Cole fashions himself after P.T. Barnum, the founder of Barnum & Bailey circus.
Ten years ago, a Texas couple started using the Financial Independence, Retire Early method to aggressively save and invest. Now, they're hoping everything adds up so they can fulfill their dream of finding relaxation and family time in Almuñécar, Spain.
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