Eleven of the most memorable teams return for another Race around the world, but in a dramatic series first, one team will not make it to the starting line. (TV-PG L)
Liam afronta a Wyatt sobre su flagrante traición con Hope. (TV-14 D)
As Decima uses Samaritan's feeds to hunt Reese and Shaw, Greer exploits Finch's greatest weakness in an attempt to lure him out of hiding: his love for his former fiancee, Grace Hendricks. (TV-14 V)
Teams race through the Malaysian jungle where the roaring rapids crush their spirits and their homemade rafts. Plus, after being struck by taxi deja vu, one team fights to stay in the running. (TV-PG L)
U.S. officials believe an American terrorist has died fighting alongside ISIS in Syria. Sources say he was on U.S. terror watch lists and was known to the FBI; and, A device known as the "Knee Defender" was at the center of a dispute on a United Airlines flight over the weekend. The product is attached to the back of an airline seat, preventing the person in front of you from reclining.
The NCIS team investigates whether a fire on a U.S. Navy ship that served as a secret detention site for indicted terrorists was accidental or an intentional diversion for an escape. Meanwhile, Gibbs travels to his childhood home following news of his father's passing, on the 11th season finale of NCIS. Episode honors the memory of recurring guest star Ralph Waite. (TV-PG L, V)
When an undercover NCIS agent is suspected of working for the smuggler he's supposed to be investigating, the team takes him into custody to find his true intentions. Meanwhile, Kensi and Deeks discuss their personal relationship as Kensi returns to the field. Daniel Henney guest stars. (TV-14 L, V)
Teams race to Rome, Italy, where Racers and Roman gladiators square off in a medieval Detour. Plus, three teams strike a deal in order to try to avoid elimination. (TV-PG L)
The competition gets fierce as the remaining six teams face a double U-Turn, and the Cowboys contemplate a major decision. (TV-PG L)
With the final finish line getting closer, tension between two teams rises. Meanwhile, three teams make a final three alliance in hopes of making it to the final leg. (TV-PG L)
The final four teams are in Liverpool, England, where they experience a once-in-a-lifetime shoot-out at the historic Anfield Stadium, home of the Liverpool FC. Meanwhile, one team misreads a clue and jeopardizes their chances at making the final three. (TV-PG L)
Dave welcomes comedian Howie Mandel, talk show host Rachel Maddow and musical guest EMA. (TV- PG)
The teams are in Sri Lanka, where an exhausting Roadblock drains the racers of all their strength. Also, an epic race through the countryside ends with a footrace to the Pit Stop. (TV-PG L)
One racer pours blood and tears into an exhausting Roadblock and another racer suffers a meltdown during an extremely difficult Detour. (TV-PG L)
Nikki reaches her breaking point, while Jill learns that Katherine has one more surprise for her.(TV-14 DL)
Mike Freeman and Lee Jenkins join Jim Rome to discuss Richie Incognito being reinstated by the NFL.
West Virginia Mountaineers head coach Dana Holgorsen called into "The Doug Gottlieb Show" to discuss the challenges of playing against the Alabama Crimson Tide in their first game this season, former West Virginia player Geno Smith's first year with the Jets, much more.
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Nikki reaches her breaking point.
Celebrating their curves, these plus-size women are proudly taking the bikini to a new level. They call them ‘fatkinis.’ INSIDE EDITION has the details.
It's been an interesting preseason for running backs. The Fantasy Football Today team discusses some of the bigger backfield situations.
"Breaking Bad" took home the top drama prize and three acting awards at the Emmys on Monday. Also, "Modern Family" won its fifth-consecutive award for best comedy series. Nancy O'Dell, host of "Entertainment Tonight," was on hand for the big night and reports from Los Angeles.
INSIDE EDITION's Victoria Recano goes backstage with Emmy winner's Aaron Paul, Sarah Silverman, Mark Ruffalo and others fresh off their wins.
Estimates for repairing the damage to last Sunday's quake in Napa Valley have risen to as much as $1 billion. The overall could be billions more due to disruption of both the wine and tourist industries. John Blackstone reports.
Jeremy Fowler and Dennis Dodd weigh in on Saturday's showdowns between
Clemson and Georgia, Florida State and Oklahoma State, and Wisconsin
Really though, who needs rest? Well, probably Aaron Paul today.
After a four-month investigation, the inspector general at the Department of Veterans Affairs denied the most explosive allegation driving the scandal in Phoenix -- that up to 40 veterans may have died while on secret waiting lists for care. Wyatt Andrews reports.
This rock & roll singer from South Daktoa performs "Neuromancer" from her current album, "The Future's Void."
Amazon plans to buy the Internet gaming service Twitch for nearly $1 billion. Plus, TiVo launches a new device aimed at customers who do not get cable. Jill Wagner reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
The Russian tourist who climbed to the top of the Brooklyn Bridge is in court. Mayor De Blasio promises "a wholesale review" after the second security breach in just over a month.
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