On TV this Thursday: Colony kicks off its sophomore run, an Undateable singer lands in Nashville, The Great American Baking Show crowns a new champ and Craig Robinson invites you to Caraoke. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Colony Returns, Rumors Swirl at Superstore and More
The Great American Baking Show
Season 2 finale: The remaining two contestants face off in three final challenges before one is deemed America’s Best Amateur Baker. (Not yet renewed.)
A Cloud 9 VP (Grandfathered‘s Ravi Patel) turns up to help with a storewide rebranding; rumors begin circulating about Jeff’s relationship with an employee.
The Great Indoors
The president of the Chicago Adventure Society (Spin City alum Barry Bostwick) accuses Roland of faking the tale of derring-do that defined his career.
Taking the Stage: African American Music and Stories That Changed America
Filmed in September, this special celebrates the opening of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture; attendees include Gladys Knight, Common, Christina Aguilera, John Legend, Angela Bassett and Mary J. Blige, among others.
Maddie begins her internship; Avery works with a self-absorbed Internet sensation (Undateable‘s Bridgit Mendler); Juliette meets her guardian angel.
Rhodes and Charles’ heart transplant patient gets into a car accident; an arresting officer from Maggie’s past is brought in with serious injuries.
My Kitchen Rules
Series premiere: Celebrities — including Naomi Judd, Lance Bass, Brandy, Ray J, Andrew Dice Clay and Real Housewife Brandi Glanville — face off in the kitchen.
Season 2 premiere: Will and Kate find it difficult to keep their family together; a mysterious organization reaches out to Snyder with a job offer. (Watch trailer.)
Lip Sync Battle
New time slot alert! House of Lies grad Don Cheadle faces off against Curb Your Enthusiasm fave Wanda Sykes.
Series premiere: Taxicab passengers compete for cash prizes by partaking in karaoke-style challenges; The Office‘s Craig Robinson hosts.