On TV this Thursday: The Graceland gang faces a post-war struggle, Bill Cosby’s accusers get a small-screen platform, CBS kicks off Thursday Night Football and VH1 honors the Web. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
NFL, Cosby Accusers Speak Out, Graceland Ends and More
Jeff Dunham: Unhinged in Hollywood
The hour-long special includes previously unseen stand-up footage from the comedian, as well as sketches with Brad Paisley and Chris Parnell.
Thursday Night Football
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos tackle Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs, live from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
Mat Franco's Got Magic
Neil Patrick Harris, Heidi Klum and Jason Mraz are among the guests as Franco performs across the country, from Rhode Island to Las Vegas.
The designers must merge the worlds of tech and design after going dumpster diving for this week’s materials.
Cosby: The Women Speak
Bill Cosby’s (many) accusers speak out against the disgraced sitcom star, offering their accounts of his alleged sex crimes.
The 5th Annual Streamy Awards
The 90-minute broadcast honors the best videos and content creators on Al Gore’s Internet; YouTubers Grace Helbig and Tyler Oakley host.
Season 3 finale: The agents struggle to move on following the gang war; Briggs tracks down a loose end. (Not yet renewed.)
The Darkness consumes Vega’s citizenry; William grapples with the truth about his time in the desert; Arika is victimized by her manipulations.
Season 1 finale: Afghan Whigs guitarist Greg Dulli sets Gigi up with an acclaimed West Coast producer. (Not yet renewed.)
Forrest lets a Magic 8-Ball dictate his day, conquers the art of procrastination and attempts murder. (Andy Daly was our Performer of the Week!)
COMING NEXT THURSDAY: The season premieres of Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away With Murder and Scandal, plus the series premieres of Heroes Reborn and The Player.