In the aftermath of being left by Jules at the train station and relapsing, the first special episode follows Rue (played by Emmy®-winner Zendaya) as she celebrates Christmas.
Alex Wheatle follows the true story of award-winning writer, Alex Wheatle (Sheyi Cole), from a young boy through his early adult years. When he is thrown in prison during the Brixton Uprising of 1981, he confronts his past and sees a path to healing.
Life during the pandemic: Frank fears gentrification, Kev and V get creative at the Alibi. Lip and Tami make their new house a home. Carl finishes the police academy. Debbie becomes her own boss. Ian and Mickey’s honeymoon phase is over.
Owen faces a medical diagnosis that challenges more than he imagined. Meanwhile, Koracick begins to go stir crazy; and Maggie gets a not-so-subtle glimpse into Winston’s background.
The Mandalorian arrives with Grogu on Tython, and finds the ancient temple on top of a mountain. He seats Grogu at the center so that he may choose his path.
The U.S.S. Discovery crew travel to Book’s home planet to help rescue it from Osyraa, the formidable leader of the Emerald Chain; Stamets and Adira continue their search for valuable information on the origin of the Burn.
Shaun questions his decision to give the new residents autonomy when one of his intern’s misdiagnosis of a patient has dire consequences. Morgan and Park bond over failed relationships.
Spotlights the true story of Leroy Logan, who at a young age saw his father assaulted by two policemen, motivating him to join the Metropolitan Police and change their racist attitudes from within.
Josto gets revenge, Oraetta comes clean and Ebal teaches Loy a lesson about business.
Season Finale. As the courtroom theater mounts, Grace takes measures to protect herself and her family.
While grappling with the fallout of her recent actions, and what her future might hold, Burnham agrees to represent the Federation in an intense debate about the release of politically sensitive – but highly valuable – Burn data.
The Mandalorian and the Child continue their journey through a dangerous galaxy.
A single evening at a house party in 1980s West London sets the scene, developing intertwined relationships against a background of violence, romance and music.
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.
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.
Mangrove tells this true story of The Mangrove Nine, who clashed with London police in 1970. The trial that followed was the first judicial acknowledgment of behavior motivated by racial hatred within the Metropolitan Police.
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.