Fri, July 31
In this spinoff of the hit series "Cold Justice," former Harris County, Texas, prosecutors Casey Garrett and Alicia O’Neill travel to small towns around the country to bring justice to the survivors of sexual assault, and help local law enforcement close cases that have sat dormant for years.
How can pet owners keep in touch with their animals while they're away? A Spokane, Wash., tween has come up with a way, involving video chats, and she pitches it to the Sharks in this episode. Also, a T-shirt marketer from New York seeks an investment by emphasizing the profits already made and the celebrities the product has lured. Barbara Corcoran highlights her annual Utah skiing retreat for entrepreneurs she's helped in advancing their respective businesses.
In the aftermath of a gruesome murder, Doc Yewll (Trenna Keating) examines the surprising victim in the new episode "Ostinato in White." Meanwhile, Nolan and Irisa (Grant Bowler, Stephanie Leonidas) track the unusual beast that is stalking Defiance, and Amanda (Julie Benz) is reluctant to welcome back Stahma (Jaime Murray). T'evgin (Conrad Coates) has an unsettling epiphany about his daughter.
Plenty of suspects -- thousands, in fact -- await Holmes and Watson's (Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu) perusal after a debt collector is killed in "Hemlock." Lots of people owed the victim money, and any of them might have wanted him eliminated. Andrew (guest star Raza Jaffrey) invites Watson to meet his father (guest star Brian George), a clear sign of where he believes their relationship stands. Amy Hargreaves also guest stars.