Frustrated by Leona’s lack of follow through, Holly jumps in to investigate a lead at a hospital. Ed struggles with his conscience. The Herald, faced with declining sales, proposes a deal that feels compromising to the staff, and prompts James to do his own research. Holly receives gifts from an unlikely source. Watch now.
Ross' tenacity in helping Ned bears fruit, but at a cost. Demelza wrestles with how best to equip the community to look after itself, Morwenna lends herself to the cause. Geoffrey Charles and Cecily's relationship continues to blossom while her father Ralph pursues an arrangement with George, but George's sanity continues to deteriorate, and Cary struggles under mounting responsibilities. Watch now.
Pop stars and bluegrass legends find a special place in the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame; relive a Kentucky Life Memory with a look back at Old Friends in Georgetown - a retirement home for champion racehorses; young men follow in Muhammad Ali's footsteps by stepping into the boxing ring in Louisville; and dive into fun at the Newport Aquarium.
Life’s easy for Diego, who works in a surf shop and performs on the boardwalk for tourists. Yet when his grandmother América injures herself, and his father— América's sole caretaker—is imprisoned for negligence, Diego returns to his hometown of Colima, Mexico, to care for her with his brothers Rodrigo and Bruno. Watch now.
Demelza and the children join Ross in London, but his dogged pursuit to help Ned finds them caught in a dangerous web. George’s lingering grief has unexpected consequences, while Dwight’s expertise and honorable intentions place him and his friends on shaky ground. Watch now.
Deputy news editor for The Herald, Holly Evans, is pursuing a story about a young woman who died following a hit-and-run by a police car. The only footage of the accident, however, is in the hands of The Post, and its ruthless tabloid editor Duncan Allen. After a young footballer commits suicide, new reporter Ed Washburn interviews the boy’s parents. Watch now.
Learn how “New Traditionalists” like George Strait, Randy Travis and the Judds help country music stay true to its roots. Witness both the rise of superstar Garth Brooks and the return of an aging Johnny Cash to the industry he helped create. Watch now.