In the season finale, "Truth," Hero, Oracle, Daedalus and Medea (Tom York, Sonya Cassidy, Matt Frewer, Sonita Henry) finally make it inside the doors to Olympus, but they discover their quest is far from over as they face still more tests and disappointments. Ultimately, Hero and Oracle are confronted with the most daunting task ever demanded of a mortal.
Who says you can't have potentially profitable ideas when you're in college? Every one of the products or services pitched in this episode was originated by its inventor while he or she was still in school. One of the ideas is a scholarship app that causes major discord among the Sharks, who include Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner. A Virginia couple uses the proceeds from the backpacks they make and market to offer microloans to others.
The president and co-founder of "Rocket Fizz" is stunned by what he discovers about his sweets-shop franchise in this episode. Robert Powells isn't happy to discover how archaic the company's handling of inventory is. He may not have a leg to stand on, though, when -- while going incognito as a worker -- he proves less than proficient on the assembly line at the firm's bottling plant.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Vernon Davis has proven his prowess on the playing field as a San Francisco 49er, but how much of a comedy player is he? The question is answered in this episode, as he and Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles improvise humor from suggestions supplied by the studio audience. Also on hand: guest comic Keegan-Michael Key, of Key & Peele fame, who was President Obama's "translator" at this year's White House Correspondents Association Dinner.
In the new episode "History Rhymes," Amanda and Doc Yewll (Julie Benz, Trenna Keating) recruit the help of an Omec rescue party after Nolan and Irisa (Grant Bowler, Stephanie Leonidas) fall into an unexpected (and possibly fatal) tour of their own past. Elsewhere, Stahma and Datak (Jaime Murray, Tony Curran) prepare to move decisively against Rahm Tak (Lee Tergesen), the general of the Votanis Collective.
The prominence of drones has been on the rise steadily, and the devices cause problems for Five-0 in "A'ohe kahi e pe'e ai" (Hawaiian for "Nowhere to Hide"). Panic erupts on Oahu when an unknown assailant begins aiming armed drones at ordinary citizens, forcing the island into lockdown. McGarrett and Danny (Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan) prove to be not the most agreeable subjects for a psychological evaluation.
iHeartRadio Summer Pool Party 2015
However many seasonal parties you attend, it's unlikely they'll have the guest list this one does. Hosted by Nick Jonas and recorded at the Las Vegas staple Caesars Palace, the hour offers performances by original "American Idol" Kelly Clarkson, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Shaggy, David Guetta and Echosmith. Don't be surprised to see CW stars poolside, too -- mainly from returning shows, since there's only one new one this fall ("Crazy Ex-Girlfriend").
Alaskan Bush People
On a new episode, Billy and three of the boys embark on a risky two-day journey home on their new boat, which they hope will prove to be a money-maker, as the rest of the "wolf pack" awaits their return. Matt and Noah, meanwhile, try to create a reliable, one-of-a-kind bush generator that is powered by bicycle.
Gordon's (Ben McKenzie) arrival at Arkham Asylum thrusts him into action almost immediately in "Rogues' Gallery." A guard is killed, and the detective's probe lands him in the presence of a doctor (guest star Morena Baccarin, "Homeland") who may be involved. Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) continues to recruit minions to do his evil bidding. Allyce Beasley ("Moonlighting") also guest stars. Donal Logue and Camren Bicondova also star.
The National Mall -- America's Front Yard
For most visitors to Washington, D.C., a stop at what literally is the city's center attraction is a must. This special traces its history, as well as those of such related landmarks as the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial. A major element of the Mall's background is the 1963 civil-rights march on Washington, whose symbolism has endured. So has those of such Mall-connected initiatives as the AIDS Memorial Quilt and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
Dutch and John (Hannah John-Kamen, Aaron Ashmore) accept a warrant to retrieve a missing migrant worker on Leith, where they quickly discover something far more dangerous hiding in the shadows at the edge of the farm, in the new episode "The Harvest." D'avin (Luke Macfarlane) undergoes a psych evalution to be a Killjoy, but Pawter's (Sarah Power) assessment suggests he may be mentally unfit for the job.
Mysteries at the Monument
In this new series, host Donald Wildman visits London's historic Westminster Abbey, where Scottish pranksters once broke in to settle a 650-year-old score by reclaiming a royal 360-pound relic. Next, it's a trip to Niagara Falls for a look at a natural wonder that Mother Nature herself threatened to shut down, and a visit to Bellevue Place, an Illinois asylum where a famous First Lady once was held against her will, in "Stone of Destiny, The Day Niagara Falls Shut Off, The Madness of Mary Todd."