On TV this Thursday: Ripper Street assists a friend in need, a Scandal fave comes to Hollywood Game Night and the ladies of Broad City weigh in on the DNC. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Ripper Street Returns, Scandal-ous Game Night and More
Democratic National Convention
Night 4 speakers include Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton. (CBS, NBC and ABC begin coverage at 10.)
Beauty and the Beast
[Copy, paste] “Vincent and Cat struggle to retain a sense of normalcy in their lives as threats of a beast bounty and a DHS manhunt loom.”
Hollywood Game Night
Celebrity participants include Scandal‘s Bellamy Young, Dexter alum Julia Stiles, The View‘s Raven-Symone, journalists Meredith Vieira and Natalie Morales (Today) and model Hannah Davis.
Fifth Harmony performs a Destiny’s Child medley; Kelsea Ballerini sings hits by Shania Twain, Britney Spears and Maroon 5; Little Big Town covers Alicia Keys.
Season 4 premiere: Edmund Reid returns to Whitechapel after an old friend is sentenced to be hanged for murder. (Previously renewed for a fifth and final season.)
Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle
Series premiere: This four-night event finds the Roastmaster General and an all-star panel (including Kevin Hart and David Spade) judging a series of roasts given by 16 comedic competitors.
Queen of the South
A debt-riddled Camila contemplates giving Teresa up; Brenda’s growing enterprise creates tension between her and Tony.
Gigi gets Ava ready for her solo debut; Johnny becomes weirdly supportive; Flash makes an important decision; Bam establishes a more professional facade.
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Colbert’s final DNC-themed show will feature Broad City‘s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, plus historian Doris Kearns Goodwin.
Late Night With Seth Meyers
Meyers goes live to react to Clinton’s speech with SNL Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che.