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Star Trek: The Next Generation: The High Ground Rewatch Season 3, Ep 12
Doctor Crusher is captured by terrorists who want to involve the Federation in their struggle for freedom. [more inside]
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: China & Uighurs Season 7, Ep 19
This week, again from the void (but with a glass desk now): the protests in Portland over the death of George Floyd escalate sharply as Donald Trump sends in anonymous federal agents in unmarked vans to kidnap protesters off the streets, dear god. And Now: Martha Stewart Loosens Up During The Lockdown. Main Story: the Uighurs, an ethnic minority in China whose culture that nation is trying to destroy. And Now: We Promise You These People Are Not Saying "Masturbate." [more inside]
Star Trek: The Next Generation: When the Bough Breaks Rewatch Season 1, Ep 17
MA: “Wesley Crusher must protect a group of kidnapped Enterprise-D children while Captain Picard fights for their release.” [more inside]
Book: The Chain
"Victim. Survivor. Abductor. Criminal. You will become each one." Rachel O'Neill's daughter has been kidnapped. The only way to get her back is to pay the ransom and kidnap another child. This is The Chain, and trying to break it will only mean more terror. [more inside]
Dark: Season 2 (complete) Season 2, Ep 0
Netflix's most deeply German show returns for a second season, following directly on the events of last season. [more inside]
Star Trek: Enterprise: Precious Cargo Rewatch Season 2, Ep 11
Trip agrees to work on his day off. [more inside]
Elementary: The Geek Interpreter Season 6, Ep 19
Holmes and Watson race to locate a missing woman; Holmes' friend becomes the prime suspect in the woman's disappearance.
Elementary: Meet Your Maker Season 6, Ep 12
Detective Bell considers leaving the NYPD after he is recommended for a once-in-a-lifetime career opportunity; Holmes and Watson investigate the disappearance of a young woman who led a double life as a financial dominatrix.
Dark: Alpha and Omega (Alpha und Omega) Season 1, Ep 10
Peter gets a shock. Jonas learns the truth about his family, but there are more surprises still to come. Helge makes a sacrifice. (Season Finale) [more inside]
Dark: Everything is Now (Alles Ist Jetzt) Season 1, Ep 9
Ulrich runs afoul of the law. Helge tries to dodge Egon Tiedemann, Claudia harnesses the cave’s powers, and Katharina lashes out at Hannah. [more inside]
Dark: As You Sow, So You Shall Reap (Was Man Sät, Das Wird Man Ernten) Season 1, Ep 8
In 1953, the disfigured bodies of two boys are exhumed at a construction site, the future location of Winden's nuclear power plant. [more inside]
Dark: Crossroads (Kreuzwege) Season 1, Ep 7
Ulrich questions a frail and frightened Helge in the nursing home. Jonas searches for Mikkel, but the stranger warns him about meddling with the past. [more inside]
Dark: Sic Mundus Creatus Est Season 1, Ep 6
Ulrich looks to the past for answers and dredges up disturbing family secrets. Armed with new tools, Jonas probes the cave’s murky depths [more inside]
Dark: Truths (Wahrheiten) Season 1, Ep 5
Hannah takes her obsession with Ulrich too far. The stranger asks Regina to deliver an important package. Martha is torn between Jonas and Bartosz [more inside]
Dark: Double Lives (Doppelleben) Season 1, Ep 4
Bizarre occurrences give Charlotte a sense of déjà vu, and she suspects Peter is hiding something. Franziska snaps when Magnus confronts her. [more inside]
Dark: Past and Present (Gestern und Huete) Season 1, Ep 3
It’s 1986, and Ulrich’s brother, Mads, has been missing for a month. Confusion reigns as past and present intertwine. [more inside]
Dark: Lies (Lügen) Season 1, Ep 2
When a grim discovery leaves the police baffled, Ulrich seeks a search warrant for the power plant. A mysterious stranger checks into the hotel. [more inside]
Dark: Secrets (Geheimnisse) Season 1, Ep 1
In 2019, a local boy’s disappearance stokes fear in the residents of Winden, a small German town with a strange and tragic history. [more inside]
Eyewitness: Bless the Beast and the Children Season 1, Ep 2
Philip and Lukas find proof that the killer's alive. Helen tries not to let the case affect her marriage. A new head of the FBI task force is introduced.
Archer: El Secuestro Season 2, Ep 10
When Pam gets kidnapped Cheryl/Carol is late for work. Archer meets Babou. One of the team has a surprising past. [more inside]
Arrow: Taken Season 4, Ep 15
Oliver realizes he needs help battling Darhk so he calls in an old friend – Vixen. Using her magical ability to summon animal powers, Vixen gets a lock on Darhk's location and the team goes to war. Meanwhile, Thea has a heart-to-heart talk with Malcolm. [more inside]
Steven Universe: Catch and Release Season 2, Ep 21
The Crystal Gems deal with a problem in Steven's bathroom.
The Blacklist: Ruslan Denisov (No. 67) Season 2, Ep 11
Keen and Ressler go to Uzbekistan to negotiate for a captured CIA agent, but encounter meddling all around. Meanwhile, a DC detective investigates the disappearance of the harbormaster.
The Blacklist: Luther Braxton (No. 21) Conclusion Season 2, Ep 10
Braxton kidnaps Lizzie and subjects her to an experimental hypnotherapy procedure to recover her memory of the fire and The Fulcrum. [more inside]
Strange Empire: The Hunting Party Season 1, Ep 1
A group of women heading for the Canadian border find themselves bereft of their menfolk and installed in Janestown, a prostitute settlement. [more inside]
The Blacklist: Monarch Douglas Bank (No. 112) Season 2, Ep 2
Red tips the FBI off about a bank that handles the accounts of numerous criminal enterprises without any paper trail, but it turns out he has ulterior motives.
Gotham: Selina Kyle Season 1, Ep 2
A kidnapping ring is targeting Gotham's street children, including Selina Kyle, a.k.a. Cat, a witness to the Wayne murders.
The Honourable Woman: The Empty Chair Season 1, Ep 1
This BBC/Sundance production by Hugo Blick, starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, Andrew Buchan, Stephen Rea, and Lubna Azabal, is a critically-lauded eight episode series that's certain to appear prominently in next year's Emmy nominations. Reminiscent of le Carré, this is a story of duplicity, of familial and personal tragedy, and is set within the context of the Palestinian occupation and the diplomacy, politics, and espionage of the British, Israelis, and Americans. "It is a wonder we trust anyone at all." [more inside]