On the first day of the trial, the prosecution presents shocking evidence, while the defense casts doubt on the police investigation. Later, Henry divulges a secret to Grace.
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As Haley begins to shape the narrative of the case, Franklin uses his resources to help his family.
The doctors continue to face their new COVID-19 reality and deal with a familiar and stubborn patient; Koracick is put in charge of the interns; Link operates on a sex therapist; Maggie finds comfort in Winston’s virtual presence.
The Mandalorian returns to his friends Greef and Cara on Nevarro for repairs on his ship but is talked into blowing up an old imperial base. Little to everyone’s knowledge there is a lot more taking place at the base.
A week after Joe Biden’s win in the US presidential election, John Oliver discusses Donald Trump’s various attempts to overturn the results, why his claims don’t hold water, and the consequences of indulging him.
This is the third part of the November 2020 “Station 19” and “Grey’s Anatomy” crossover event, a three-part crossover within the television franchise. It began with “Nothing Seems the Same” of Station 19, continued with “All Tomorrow’s Parties” of Grey’s Anatomy, and concluded with “The Center Won’t Hold”, also of Grey’s Anatomy.
The Razor Crest, severely damaged since the last episode, barely reaches moon of Trask with the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal), the Child and the Frog Lady (Misty Rosas), where it is repaired. The Frog Lady is finally reunited with her husband, Frog Man (John Cameron), who directs the Mandalorian to an inn.
This is the second part of the November 2020 “Station 19” and “Grey’s Anatomy” crossover event, a three-part crossover within the television franchise. It began with “Nothing Seems the Same” of Station 19, continued with “All Tomorrow’s Parties” of Grey’s Anatomy, and concluded with “The Center Won’t Hold”, also of Grey’s Anatomy.
John Oliver discusses the long week of US presidential election results, including Donald Trump’s various attempts to make the election appear illegitimate, and a historic win for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Bill Maher recaps the top stories of the week, including Oregon’s drug decriminalization and Joe Biden’s electoral victory.
Returning from Mos Pelgo, the Mandalorian subdues bandits who attempt to capture the Child. His speeder bike destroyed, the Mandalorian walks back to Mos Eisley, finding Peli Motto playing cards with Dr. Mandible, who has information about Mandalorians.
Seth takes a closer look at Trump’s path to reelection narrowing as the remaining swing states continue counting ballots.
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump and his allies falsely declaring victory, lying to discredit the results and trying to stop the count altogether as Joe Biden tentatively gains enough states to win the presidency.
Seth Meyers takes a closer look at Trump threatening to prematurely declare victory and steal the election through the courts.
John Oliver takes a look at how the Trump administration has handled the coronavirus outbreak in the US, from lack of preparation, to mangled coordination, to harmful communication.
Seeking other Mandalorians to help him reunite the Child with its kind, the Mandalorian approaches criminal Gor Koresh, who supposedly knows their whereabouts, at a ring fight.
With the 2020 election underway, John Oliver explains how the Trump administration has handled asylum seekers over the past four years, why it matters, and what we can do about it.
John Oliver discusses the crucial role of the World Health Organization, why Donald Trump is skeptical of it, and how his plans to withdraw the United States could have dire consequences.
Weeks out from the 2020 presidential election, John Oliver takes a look at various efforts to destabilize the vote, how to ensure your ballot is properly counted, and why we may need to prepare not just for an election night, but for an election month.
In the wake of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, John Oliver discusses the future of the Supreme Court, why the government doesn’t always represent the political leanings of the electorate, and how those issues will impact the next generation of Americans.
John Oliver discusses a week that saw the Republican National Convention, a horrific series of shootings in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and a strike in professional sports — three stories that are really one story, about race in America.