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TV-PG (30 MIN)

Susanna Trilling has been a chef for over thirty years and has dabbled in the culinary traditions of many countries- but it's her own Mexican roots that pulled her back to what she loves most. Many years as a professional chef, Susana opened New York restaurants Bon Temps Rouler and Rick's Lounge. It was in 1988 however, that Susanna really found her heart's wishes come true when she moved to Mexico's gastronomic capital, Oaxaca. There, Susanna opened her catering business and cooking school called Seasons of My Heart on the Rancho Aurora- a hillside farm - which was made into a PBS culinary series as well as an accompanying cookbook. The participation-based classes are combined with market tours, demonstrations in local homes and cottage industries.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Antony Worrall-Thompson is a survivor. Born in Stratford upon Avon, he was abused several times as child by both distant family members and schoolmasters. Always active in sports, he swam the English Channel when he was 16. He then went on to study hotel management at Westminster College despite protestations from his grandmother who tried to prevent him from becoming a chef, feeling that it was "beneath him. After a travelling food sabbatical in France, he returned to London to open his own restaurant in 1981 “ Ménage à Trois in tony Knightsbridge. The several restaurants that followed were each heaped with accolades and awards such as the Mouton Rothschild Menu Competition and the Meillier Ouvrier de Grande Bretagne (MOGB), the chef's Oscar.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

What's the secret to good old-fashioned Southern cooking? You have to go to the source. So Anna and Kristina pack their pans for Savannah, Georgia - the land of fried chicken, grits, and gravy.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Can one of the Real Housewives of New York City, Bethenny Frankel, produce a cookbook as ˜entertaining' as her show? Anna and Kristina prepare a selection of dishes, and a cocktail or two, to find out!


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Can Anna and Kristina recreate an authentic tropical taste in their kitchen, thousands of miles away from the island? Today's Jamaican judge won't stand for anything but the real Caribbean deal.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Anna and Kristina bring their sweet tooth to the test kitchen for an intimidating tome of sweets. But this isn't pudding and cookies “ these are extremely daunting desserts.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

It becomes clear very quickly that Greek cuisine is way more than simple souvlaki, as Anna and Kristina set out to test this award-winning cookbook.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Anna and Kristina test a book from one of the most intimidating chefs in the world, only to be judged by another “ Iron Chef champion Rob Feenie. You can taste the tension in the kitchen.


TV-14+DL (60 MIN)

Struggling to save the life of an Urban Explorer, Alex is put in an uncomfortable possible when she must weigh whether or not to use the information Charlie gains from the patient's spirit. Meanwhile Dana and Cassie team up to give a gambler another shot at life when he is brought in missing an ear, while Maggie tries to teach Dev about bedside manner in treating a pregnant General for a benign cyst.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

When an aggressive brain tumor threatens the life of her patient, Alex must convince Interim Chief Shahir to commit to an equally aggressive treatment using a deadly eradicated virus. In the spirit world, Charlie must convince a closeted transgender Football coach to accept their truth, or risk their life by denying it. Meanwhile Dana and Cassie inspire an acid-attack victim Elizabeth (404) to recommit to her rehab and her real life.


TV-14+L (60 MIN)

The death of a trapeze artists kicks off a twelve patient/donor "Domino kidney transplant, forcing Hope Zion's doctors, led by Alex and Shahir, to juggle complications and patients in the effort to keep the chain moving. Meanwhile, Charlie and Kris struggle to bring peace to the Spirit of the deceased Trapeze Artist as she longs to be reunited with her injured partner, while Dana endures the company of a chatty Poetry professor during a chemo session.


TV-14+DLV (60 MIN)

When a local charity run is bombed, Hope Zion takes on the mass of casualties, including some of its own doctors. But with a long wait for treatment for a long list of patients, made worse by a shortage of blood, the situation boils to a head when it's revealed the bomber may be being treated for his injuries first. Meanwhile, unaware of the events at HZ, Charlie is lured by Kris to meet another doctor who claims to see the dead.


TV-14+DLV (60 MIN)

In aftermath of the bomb, Alex struggles with the fact she unknowingly helped the bomber at the expense of friend, leading her to swear no harm will come to Maggie's last patient. Meanwhile, Maggie's fate lies in the surgical hands of Shahir, but her fate as a spirit is left to Charlie as she wanders the halls of Hope Zion.


TV-14+DL (60 MIN)

When a chef with oral cancer refuses care to pursue his life's work, Alex must confront her own feelings about the way Dana is handling her treatment. Charlie and Asha have their hands full when a DIY treehouse project lands a relentless single mother in hospital with a life-threatening pelvic injury. Meanwhile, Maggie is back to work with Sydney Katz, treating a blind widow at risk of losing the last piece of her husband she has “ the baby inside of her.


TV-14+D (60 MIN)

When an ice storm strikes the city on Christmas Eve, Alex and Dawn struggle to save a good Samaritan alive long enough for her family to say goodbye. Charlie attempts to comfort the spirit of a dead child wondering if his mother will brave the storm to honor their Christmas tradition, while Dana and Shahir try to dodge Christmas cheer only to end up using their skills to fix the broken toys from the annual gift drive.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

Alex must maintain her professionalism when Kris lands in hospital after a drunk-driving accident clutching baby Luke's blanket, while Charlie contends with Kris' spirit that just wants to pass on. Meanwhile, Bishop and Maggie go head to head treating a woman suffering from complications after a gastric bypass surgery - a surgery Maggie performed and may have botched. In the ER, Zach and Dev treat a heart-broken patient for nail-gun injuries after a DIY reno goes wrong.


TV-14+DL (60 MIN)

Alex and Bishop struggle to get to the truth when all the symptoms of a permanently ill child point towards his mother as the cause. Meanwhile, Charlie deals with a Sci-Fi Actor who refuses to put his life ahead of his career after being diagnosed with a malignant spinal tumor, while Dana helps Maggie get back on the surgical horse after almost losing her medical license.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

Trying to see what his life would be like without his gift, Charlie struggles to heal a superstitious farmer without the help of his spirit intel. In the ward, Alex tries to restore hope to Dana's increasingly fatalistic outlook by staging a daring "prison break" from oncology, while Zach and Dawn grow closer, remotely treating Dawn's friend for a poisonous spider bite.


TV-14+D (60 MIN)

Losing sleep over Charlie's impending brain surgery, a stretched-thin Alex teams up with Cassie to free a young woman from her abusive partner, while Dawn, facing a series of life-threatening complications when a patient's pacemaker malfunctions, struggles with a seemingly simple decision. In the ER, Maggie treats an anxious Jackson after a neurological symptom has the nurse anxious over his physical health and romantic future.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

Picking up in the bloody aftermath of last season's cliffhanger, Alex battles fate to save the life of a young woman caught in the crossfire. After Charlie catches a bullet in the arm, the doctor becomes the patient. Dana's patience is tested by an obstinate male stripper named Doctor Destiny.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

Alex and Maggie discover that one of the car crash survivors they're treating has breast cancer, and is a match for their cancer study. Meanwhile, Dana's resolve to re-certify in Trauma is tested when Dawn pushes her to treat a mangled motorcyclist, and Charlie is pulled into surgery before his arm is completely healed.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

It's a not-so-Happy Birthday for Alex, who's still reeling from her split with Charlie. To make matters worse, she makes a promise to a young girl, whose own birthday is derailed by her father's sickle cell crisis. Charlie treats a paranormal skeptic, only to discover this supernatural naysayer has a haunting of his own. And Cassie confronts her inner fear of parasites with some exposure therapy, as she treats a brother/sister duo riddled with every infestation.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

Tempers flare as Dev's med school rival, Billy Scott arrives at Hope Zion, while Alex breaks the rules and puts her job in jeopardy to help Manny save the life of an at-risk youth, and Charlie and Maggie treat an 1812 War re-enactor, whose complications align with the historical character he's playing.


TV-14 (60 MIN)

Although Alex's patient is desperate for a liver-transplant, the only donor is an estranged father that's hiding in witness protection, forcing Alex to go to new depths to make sure both survive. Hope Zion's CEO Thomas Leffering cuts costs by banning expensive surgeries, butting heads with a defiant Dawn. Sensing his E.R. might be next to go, Zach plans for a perfect day only to be faced with the 10 plagues of Egypt.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Lindsey's suburban townhouse was roomy enough when she lived on her own but since her boyfriend Ryan moved in, they've maxed out the space: the dining room has become an office, they eat their meals on the couch and they 've stopped entertaining altogether. Enter rental expert Jodi Gilmour. She promises to find the couple a spacious home that fits their lifestyle and has plenty of room for a brand new puppy. But since Lindsey prefers the suburbs and Ryan craves the city life, Jodi's got a double property search on her hands. Her big challenge is to narrow down the options so Lindsey and Ryan can make a decision that suits them both.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

An art-loving hipster who writes a popular blog about the city, Louisa works from home and loves her job. But lately, her stuffy and charm-free mid-town apartment is sapping her creativity and she's desperate to find a live-work combination that works! Enter rental expert Jodi Gilmour. She promises to track down a pet-friendly home that inspires but warns that her ample wish list also comes with a matching price tag. Louisa loves the uber-cool West End, but it seems that 'hip' also comes w ith a ramshackle downside.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

With their roommate moving out, Shai and Britt need to downsize. But they definitely don't want to give up too much space, their fully stocked pantry or the neighborhood they 've always called home. Rental expert Jodi Gilmour promises to find them a dog-friendly apartment where they can entertain in style but explains they may have to sacrifice a few items on their wish list. The couple has a very clear idea of what they're looking for. The only question is whether the home of their dreams actually exists. And whether a property with potential is worth investing elbow grease and some TLC.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Newlyweds and homebodies Seamus and Anna live in a charming house with a great kitchen. But with an overwhelming number of DIY jobs, mold issues, and a huge lawn to mow they're tired of wasting their time and money on a fixer-upper rental. Enter rental expert Jodi Gilmour. She promises to track down a spacious trouble-free property that includes a separate workshop and outdoor entertainment space. But finding a low-maintenance, dog friendly home with a perfect landlord in the couple's ideal neighborhood may be a tall order - even for Jodi.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

A feisty Latin radio host and self-proclaimed diva, Jocelyn is tired of living out of boxes and is looking for a glamorous modem love shack where she can settle down with her fiancé. Rental expert Jodi Gilmour promises to lead her to a diva-fabulous urban oasis where she can live it up in style. But Jocelyn is determined to find a two-bedroom, two­ bathroom pad with an outdoor entertainment space. With a seriously limited budget and a long list of must-haves, Jodi warns she will have to compromise in order to get most of what she wants.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Since her big sister is leaving town, indecisive Leah is about to be on her own for the very first time. With her freshly-minted Masters degree in hand, she just landed a great job and now she's got just one month to find an apartment to match. Rental expert Jodi Gilmour promises to track down an urban home Leah can put her stamp on. In order to meet the tight deadline, she also vows to help narrow down the options in record time so she can make up her mind. Leah admits the process is scary, especially when it comes to making a final decision.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

After volunteering in a remote African village where she lived in a bamboo hut by the ocean, free-spirited Sarah is back in the big city to start her new life. She's hoping to settle in a friendly community where she can put down roots. Rental expert Jodi Gilmour promises to track down a secure, eco-friendly urban pad that reflects Sarah's clutter-free lifestyle. Compared to her African digs, the luxurious options and modem conveniences she encounters encounters feel overwhelming. But Jodi keeps the house hunt on track and Sarah's supportive brother helps narrow down the options.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

A schedule and checklist-loving couple who don't like surprises, Adam and Melissa thought they'd found the perfect apartment. That is, until they moved in and discovered a long list of maintenance issues, including leaks, electrical issues, and ants. Now they're desperate to move again. Enter rental expert Jodi Gilmour. She promises to lead them to trouble-free new digs but her first challenge is getting the analytical pair to trust her expertise. Jodi tracks down a range of options that match the couple's long wish list. But satisfying their ideal esthetic and the need for an optimal kitty view proves to be an unexpected challenge.