On TV this Thursday: The “Heroes v Aliens” crossover event comes to a close, Bravo’s Top Chef and ABC’s Baking Show get cooking again and Big Bang makes its apartment switcharoo official — with the help of a Back to the Future icon. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Bang's Big Move, Bones Vet Visits Rosewood, Top Chef and More
A Charlie Brown Christmas
In this 1965 classic, Charlie Brown and Linus search for the true meaning of Christmas. (Watch the Stranger Things/Charlie Brown Christmas parody.)
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
#DCWeek crossover conclusion: The Legends work with Green Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl to put a stop to the Dominators.
Random crossover alert! In the fall finale, Dr. Daisy Wick (Bones‘ Carla Gallo) — who just so happens to be TMI’s former roommate — helps Rosewood and Villa on a case. (Moving to Fridays.)
Big Brother: Over the Top
Season 1 finale: The first online exclusive cycle comes to an end. (Find out when new seasons of Survivor and Amazing Race premiere.)
The Big Bang Theory
“Great Scott!” Not only does Sheldon officially move across the hall with Amy, but Back to the Future‘s Christopher Lloyd stops by in the top-secret role of “Theodore.” Plus, that painting returns.
The Great American Baking Show
Season 2 premiere (two episodes): She may be done with The Great British Bake Off, but Mary Berry is back for the return of this Stateside incarnation. First up, the bakers prep cookies and Bundt cakes.
Mike’s no-trade clause becomes the talk of the town; Amelia grows concerned that Evelyn and Will’s new business venture is too dependent on Ginny’s fame.
When Lucifer realizes he can convince fans to do just about anything disguised as Vince Vincente, he assembles a VIP concert — to kill all of them. (On the move!)
In this episode directed by Two and a Half Men‘s Jon Cryer, Christy becomes overprotective of Roscoe when she learns he’s not only abusing drugs, but alcohol too.
Season 14 premiere (75 minutes): Eight new chefs compete against eight returning chefs in Charleston, S.C. Their first task? Prepping the perfect chicken dish.