Directed by Bryan Cranston. With Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul, Dean Norris. Walt is out of the meth business and trying to move on with his life. Jesse tries to get rid of his money. Hank now knows that Walt is the famous Heisenberg.
Toe Up: Directed by Jenner Furst, Julia Willoughby Nason. With Roberta Blevins, Áine Cain, Lauren Covey Carson, Jill Drehmer. LuLaRoe buckles under the weight of complaints and accusations. Retailers leave in droves. Dozens of entities file lawsuits, including the state of Washington. LuLaRoe is a small fish in an ocean of MLMs preying on the least among us. The American Dream is just as much a story of predatory profit as it is a story of the unbreakable spirits of the women and families who seek justice.
Directed by Jenner Furst, Julia Willoughby Nason. With Roberta Blevins, Áine Cain, Lauren Covey Carson, Jill Drehmer. LuLaRoe’s wacky culture turns toxic. Sexism, body shaming and gaslighting become hallmarks of the company. Retailers suspect they are in a cult. At the same time, the clothing quality deteriorates and defective complaints skyrocket. LuLaRoe faces thousands of angry retailers ready to part ways and the story explodes onto social media.
Directed by Jenner Furst, Julia Willoughby Nason. With Roberta Blevins, Áine Cain, Lauren Covey Carson, Jill Drehmer. LuLaRoe goes corporate. Employees at “home office” recount the bizarre company culture. Demand explodes and LuLaRoe onboards retailers at breakneck speeds. The “leadership compensation plan” takes over the company and recruitment bonuses reach ludicrous amounts. Many of the retailers begin to hit a wall and LuLaRoe quickly becomes a billion dollar company on a collision course with reality.
Directed by Jenner Furst, Julia Willoughby Nason. With Roberta Blevins, Áine Cain, Lauren Covey Carson, Jill Drehmer. Meet Mark and DeAnne, the founders of LuLaRoe - the legging company that went from explosive startup to four-alarm corporate wildfire. They share their life stories up to the founding of LuLaRoe. Seeing dollar signs, DeAnne grows her business from one woman selling dresses to a massive network of saleswomen. The business takes off and the future looks bright. Maybe a little too bright.
With Anthony Bourdain, Kichiro Yoshida. Rural Japan: Tony decides to look for a more relaxing, traditional Japanese culinary experience in the countryside. Tony travels to an old-style Japanese inn that specializes in kaiseki cuisine, ancient tea ceremony, and local ingredients.
With Anthony Bourdain, Kiminari Togawa. Tony travels to Tokyo where he discovers a radically new cooking attitude. He visits Tokyo's largest fresh fish market and is introduced to the culinary diets of Sumo wrestlers.
Directed by Clement Virgo. With Merle Dandridge, Kim Hawthorne, Desiree Ross, Lamman Rucker. Grace informs her father, the Bishop, about Mac's crimes, and imputes that her sister, Faith, was a similar victim. This shatters the Bishop. Isabel suspects Noah and cancels her wedding. Charity suspects her husband Kevin of infidelity.
Directed by Allan Kroeker. With Merle Dandridge, Kim Hawthorne, Desiree Ross, Lamman Rucker. Grace gets evidence of Mac's sexual deviance. Her old love for Noah resurfaces. Noah decides to quit the church after his marriage. The Bishop scorns an offer to preach on TV. An exonerated black policeman is shot at outside their church.
Directed by Rob Greenlea. With Merle Dandridge, Kim Hawthorne, Desiree Ross, Lamman Rucker. The Bishop is furious when the auditors demand the Bishop's personal tax returns. Mac, the new Memphis Man of the Year, is told to fix this. Mac's repugnant father, firmly unwelcome at the church, visits his son to wangle some money.