The investigative documentary series Mysteries Decoded delves deep into some of America’s greatest unsolved mysteries, exploring newly discovered evidence and utilizing high-tech tools in each case. From Area 51 to the Salem witch trials, each episode’s investigation is coordinated by Jennifer Marshall, an accomplished U.S. Navy veteran turned top-notch private investigator, as she mobilizes her team to embark on the formidable quest to bring closure to these long-lingering historical puzzles (Wikipedia).
Coroner premieres August 5, 2020 on The CW.
The 100 premieres its final season on May 20, 2020.
Notre-Dame: Our Lady of Paris airs Wednesday, September 16, 2020 on ABC.
The 55th Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards airs September 16, 2020 on CBS.
Tell Me A Story premieres on The CW on July 28, 2020.
Meg, Nicky and Usman are friends who share an obsession with a fantasy role-playing game game Kingdom Scrolls. “Dead Pixels” follows their lives and their friendship both in the real world and online. Jase, the newest recruit at Meg’s office, is not only irritating but also very bad at the game, a big problem for Meg, who otherwise might have a crush on him. Together the group defends their castle and crush orc invasions, but over time find themselves forced to engage more and more with the real world through new gamer Russell (Wikipedia).
Dancing With The Stars returns with a new season starting September 14, 2020.
Two top chefs are pitted against one another with a challenge to create extraordinary meals using only the ingredients taken from the fridges of ordinary families. Host Emma Hunter visits a family’s home and conducts a surprise fridge raid. Then everything is taken back to the studio where the family’s fridge is re-created for both chefs. Once the clock starts, the chefs have 45 minutes to get dinner on the table — cooking with ingredients they’ve never seen for people they’ve never met. When the time’s up, the family members take their place at the dining room table and taste each meal, scoring them on look, taste and originality — without knowing who cooked what. Those results are put aside and the same process is done for another family, but with an added challenge that forces both chefs to adapt to a totally unique culinary crisis. With both families’ scores tabulated, the final scene reveals the winner of the “Fridge Wars” battle (Wikipedia).
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