Monday December 19:
In the two-hour season finale, the 11th Pilgrimage arrives in Terra Nova and the mysterious Phoenix Group in 2149 makes its move to pillage the past with the help of Lucas and Mira. Meanwhile, Jim and Taylor team up in a last stand against the Phoenix Group, a colonist makes the ultimate sacrifice and a decision is made that will change life in Terra Nova forever in the all-new “Occupation/Resistance” episode.
Hosted by two-time Emmy Award winner Ben Bailey (‘Cash Cab’), the new series is based on the hit Israeli format entitled “Still Standing,” which offers contestants the opportunity to win up to $1 million while competing in head-to-head trivia battles.
Tuesday December 20:
The chefs must use marmalade in their appetizers, rabbit in their entrées and vanilla ice cream in their desserts in the season premiere.
Wednesday December 21:
Season two ends with the final three artists (Young, Kymia and Sara) at work on a full solo exhibition, then presenting their collections at a grand gala opening. Who will be named the winner?
Annie reluctantly agrees to let Sophie start dating a sixteen-year-old boy and is pleasantly surprised when she sees the positive influence he has over her, until he reveals a little surprise of his own. Meanwhile, Jack agrees to help Mackenzie on a school report about the court system and, in return, gets makeover advice from both Nikki and Mackenzie.
Constance schemes to raise Tate’s baby as her own in the season one finale. Will anyone make it out of the house alive?
Thursday December 22:
Find out who will walk away with a $5 million recording contract with Syco/Sony Music and the chance to appear in an iconic Pepsi commercial as one of the remaining finalists is granted the title. Josh, Melanie and Chris battle it out for all the glory.
The first season ends with the final three designers presenting their creations to New York’s fashion elite. Then the winner is selected by the judges, which includes jeweler Lorraine Schwartz.
Sunday December 25:
The Doctor returns for a favorite holiday tradition. This year he is joined by Claire Skinner, Bill Bailey, Arabella Weir and Alexander Armstrong in the emotional festive special, packed full of Christmas thrills and chills. Set during World War II, the special follows Madge Arwell and her two children, Lily and Cyril, who have been evacuated to a draughty old house in Dorset.