Sign in. Watch now. After losing her virginity, Isabelle takes up a secret life as a call girl, meeting her clients for hotel-room trysts. Throughout, she remains curiously aloof, showing little interest in the encounters themselves or the money she makes. One murdered man, eight women, each seeming to be eager than the others to know the truth.
For the first time since the loss of Roseanne Barr, the spinoff series considers a world with another woman in John Goodman's life. It took eight episodes, but "The Conners" is finally ready to at least consider the possibility of John Goodman's Dan Conner moving on after the death of his wife, Roseanne, and they tapped a television legend to help. One of the most iconic television actresses of the modern era looked absolutely radiant as an old classmate returning to Lanford after she failed to make her mark in the music industry. And while it's impossible to fully imagine "The Conners" attempting to replace Roseanne Barr at the heart of the show, you could do worse than Katey Sagal. The venerable actress first gained our attention as the matriarch of TV's most dysfunctional family on "Married