Oasis – In the premiere, chaplain is sent into space to colonize on another planet, only to find his faith and life put to the test.
Snow Gives Way – Danny Rand and his family climb up a snowy mountain looking for the ancient city of Kun Lun.
Shadow Hawk Takes Flight – Danny struggles with his new surroundings, Colleen dishes out a harsh lesson, and Joy sends an unconventional message.
Rolling Thunder Cannon Punch – Joy proves herself a shrewd businessperson, Danny recalls a painful memory, and Colleen puts her talents to good use.
Eight Diagram Dragon Palm – Danny makes a shocking discovery and a radical pricing proposal. Colleen’s extracurricular activities go viral, and Ward issues a stern warning.
Under Leaf Pluck Lotus – An insidious new drug hits New York. Danny recruits Colleen for the fight, and Claire discovers that credit cards can have many uses.
Immortal Emerges from Cave – Danny receives an invitation like no other. Colleen and Claire face a difficult choice. A worried Joy confronts her brother
Felling with Tree Routes – Ward’s loyalty is tested. Danny discovers a rogue division, and the mysterious Bakuto visits Colleen’s dojo unannounced.
The Blessing of Many Fractures – Danny faces his fear, and Colleen meets her match. Joy makes a hasty decision, while Ward struggles to accept his sister’s admiration.
The Mistress of All Agonies – Madame Gao plays mind games. Ward’s old habits catch up with him, and Danny discovers that he still has much to learn about being the Iron Fist.
Black Tiger Steals Heart – Exhausted from fighting, Danny tries to recharge with Bakuto’s help. Meanwhile, Rand’s management gets another shakeup.
Lead Horse Back to Stable – Claire uses her improvisational skills, and Colleen gets conflicting information. Danny yearns to be more than just a destroyer.
Bar the Big Boss – Ward receives an offer with strings attached. Davos advocates for an extreme solution, and a deadly duel gets personal.
Dragon Plays with Fire – In a desperate search to clear his name, Danny learns a terrible truth that places him on a new path.
In Distance Between Dreams, the most historic year in big wave surfing comes to life through the eyes of iconic surfer Ian Walsh, as he sets mind and body in motion to redefine the upper limits of what’s considered ‘rideable.’ With massive El Niño powered swells building across the Pacific, Ian, Shaun, D.K. and Luke Walsh band together in the way only brothers can on a quest to progress surfing to unimaginable heights. Big wave surfing’s transition from jet ski assists to paddling in raises the stakes, putting Walsh’s intense physical and mental training, the latest technology, swell modeling, and safety team, his brothers, to the ultimate test. Surfers John John Florence, Greg Long, Shane Dorian and more link up with Walsh as he rides an emotional rollercoaster through this momentous winter. The second feature in Red Bull Media House’s The Unrideables franchise, Distance Between Dreams invites viewers right into the heart of the action with first person perspective, state-of-the-art cinematography, and captivating sound. Through unprecedented access, prepare to truly experience Walsh’s quest to survive and thrive in one of the most hostile environments on earth.
Past v Future – For the final show of the series, the Grand Tour is in Dubai. Jeremy Clarkson and James May introduce a battle between their own, personal cars. Jeremy champions the past with his Volkswagen Golf GTI while James makes a case for the future with his electrically powered BMW i3. Meanwhile, Richard Hammond is in France learning how to drift a car like a pro, and James is sent to a damp part of England to take part, against his will, in a strange sport called winching. Plus, the recently deceased Bugatti Veyron takes part in a drag race against the current hypercar speed champion, the Porsche 918 Spyder.
(censored) to (censored) – This week it’s um….well… ” [censored] to [censored]” on The Grand Tour. The tent is once again in Loch Ness, thanks to an amazing discovery made by the hosts since the last show. In this programme, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May test out the Jaguar F-Pace, the Bentley Bentayga and the Range Rover Autobiography with a road trip around central Europe taking in some of the most grown-up and not at all childishly rude place names the region has to offer. Also in this episode, Jeremy kills a few preconceptions as he takes to the Eboladrome in the Lexus GS. Plus, as launch control becomes increasingly common on high performance cars, the hosts examine the point of this feature with a short film presentation.
Dumb Fight at the O.K. Coral – The Grand Tour: Dumb Fight at the O.K. Coral sees the tent travelling to Nashville. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May introduce their attempt to save the world’s coral reefs. In the interests of conservation, the three travel to Barbados and begin an earnest attempt to establish a new reef using only some car bodyshells as a foundation. Their efforts start badly and then get worse, involving inept crane driving, useless boat steering, and an embarrassing moment with a local hotel. Also in this show, Jeremy finally indulges his series-long Alfa Romeo obsession with a test of the new, 500 horsepower Giulia Quadrifoglio.