On TV this Thursday: Olivia Munn presides over the Critics’ Choice Awards, Superstore hosts a (belated) Golden Globes viewing party and Ted Danson goes Inside the Actors Studio. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Critics' Choice Awards, Superstore's Globes Party and More
Critics' Choice Awards
Olivia Munn hosts this year’s ceremony, which honors the very best in TV and film; Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins presents Gal Gadot with the #SeeHer award. (View the TV nominees.)
The Four: Battle For Stardom
A new crop of challenges battle the current four, as the competition heads into Week 2. (Thoughts on the series premiere?)
Inside the Actors Studio
Ted Danson sits down with James Lipton to discuss his lengthy TV resume, including unforgettable roles on Cheers and The Good Place.
The Big Bang Theory
Penny proves to be an unlikely source of inspiration for Sheldon, who finds himself at a scientific crossroads; Laurie Metcalf returns. (Is the end near?)
Amy throws a Golden Globes party to prove to everyone that she’s handling divorced life well; Kerri Kenney (Reno 911!) makes her debut as Glenn’s wife Jerusha.
Mary sends Shelly to Sunday school after she catches him playing Dungeons & Dragons with Billy and Tam; Billy Gardell (Mike & Molly) guest-stars.
Truth and Lies: The Tonya Harding Story
Two hours: ABC News’ Amy Robach sits down for a one-on-one interview with former figure skater Tonya Harding.
Will & Grace
Will and Grace’s friend Larry (Tim Bagley) confesses that he’s in love with Will; Jack accidentally hits his neighbor Val (Molly Shannon) on his first day as a Lyft driver. (View exclusive photos.)
An eccentric billionaire (Community‘s Jim Rash) files a damaging lawsuit against The Breakdown; Tina Fey returns as network president Diana St. Tropez.
When the team is sent in to retrieve innocent civilians during a prison riot, Hondo suspects the inmates have an ulterior motive.