Wes (Barry Sloane) clearly isn’t fooling around in mounting his last best effort against Drill in the new episode Homesick. He goes straight to President Winters (guest star Martin Cummins), seeking approval to gather all of Drill’s young targets and keep them in a safe zone ... the intention being to drain Drill’s energy and influence. David Andrews and Catalina Denis guest star. (ABC)
The Rev. Johnson (Ewen Bremner) intercedes when Maj. Ross (Joseph Millson) threatens Kitty (Joanna Vanderham) with 100 lashes for attempting suicide, which he views as a personal insult, in the new Episode 4. Anne Meredith (Orla Brady) gives Mrs. Johnson (Genevieve O’Reilly) cause for hope. Gov. Phillip (David Wenham) condemns Freeman (Russell Tovey) to hang, but can find no one willing to carry out the execution. (CBC)
Comedy Bang! Bang!
In the new episode Karen Gillan Wears a Black and White Striped Pullover and Coral Skirt, the beloved star of Doctor Who and Guardians of the Galaxy dishes some dirt from movie sets, while small-business owner George Groiny-Melendez divulges secrets of his less than savoury profession. Meanwhile, host Scott Aukerman is torn between the comedy of yesteryear and his new batch of writers. Another new episode featuring Judd Apatow follows. (Much)
NCIS: Los Angeles
When Julie Chen (The Talk, Big Brother) makes a guest appearance on a series, it’s usually as herself, but she takes a dramatic role in the repeat episode In the Line of Duty. She plays an American diplomat who almost becomes a victim of a terrorist attack in Tunisia. After Callen and Sam (Chris O Donnell, LL Cool J) are sent there to collect evidence covertly, they need her help to fill in some of the blanks. (CBS, Global)
Movie: How the West Was Won
Stars, score, story and screenplay; this 1962 Oscar Award-winning Western narrated by Spencer Tracy boasts tremendous talent, from the cast, to the cinematography and Alfred Newman’s music. The epic profiles three generations of Western pioneers. The stalwart cast includes Henry Fonda, John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Gregory Peck, George Peppard, Henry Hathaway, Eli Wallach, George Marshall, Robert Preston, Richard Widmark, Carolyn Jones, Debbie Reynolds and Carroll Baker. (TCM)