On TV this Thursday: Great News‘ second season comes to a close, RuPaul welcomes back a new crop of Drag Race All Stars and Grey’s Anatomy deals with the aftermath of that hit-and-run. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Great News Finale, RuPaul's Latest All Stars and More
RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars
Season 3 premiere (90 minutes): Twelve returning all stars compete for a $100,000 prize and a chance to be inducted into the Drag Race Hall of Fame.
The doctors find themselves profoundly impacted by a young patient; Jo deals with the aftermath of the hit-and-run. (Who’s returning for a season-ending arc?)
MVP: Most Valuable Performer
60 minutes: This interactive talent show finds six pro football players attempting to unlock their off-the-field talents; judges include Scorpion‘s Katharine McPhee, Superior Donuts‘ Maz Jobrani and New York Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall; The Talk‘s Sharon Osbourne serves as mentor; LL Cool J hosts.
Sam and Dean to help Donna track down her niece, who has been kidnapped by a man selling human parts to monsters. (Read preview.)
The Good Place
In the penultimate Season 2 episode, Michael faces the consequences of his actions; Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani and Jason contemplate how much they’ve truly changed.
William is endangered as part of Cayden James’ plan to take control of every aspect of Star City.
Darius helps Juliette uncover a long-buried memory; Gunnar, Will and Avery have difficulty finding their sound.
The events that transpired in Roman’s basement are revealed, leading up to the gunshot that changed everything. (Get Scandal/HTGAWM crossover airdate.)
Season 2 finale: Fenton Pelt (Jim Rash) offers to drop the charges against The Breakdown… so long as Chuck agrees to resign; Tina Fey returns; Ray Liotta (Shades of Blue) also guest-stars. (Not yet renewed.)
Lip Sync Battle
Season 4 premiere: Empire‘s Taye Diggs and Real Housewife Erika Jayne are gettin’ down and dirrty in a Christina Aguilera-themed showdown.