On TV this Thursday: Two and a Half Men ends its 12-season run, Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon form a new Odd Couple, Vikings sets sail with Season 3 and Cecily Tyson stops by Shondaland. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Two and a Half Men Ends, Odd Couple, Vikings and More
Meredith dodges Maggie’s questions about her trip to D.C.; Dr. Herman begins warming up to Arizona.
The House of Blues showcases wind down, and the judges reveal the rest of this year’s Top 24 contestants.
The Big Bang Theory
Wolowitz receives earth-shattering news; Stuart readies the grand reopening of his comic book store; Leonard and Raj run into Firefly‘s Nathan Fillion.
The Odd Couple
Series premiere: The slobbish Oscar Madison (Matthew Perry, Friends) agrees to let his old college roommate, type-A Felix Unger (Thomas Lennon, Reno 911), move in with him after his wife asks for a divorce. Wendell Pierce (Treme), Yvette Nicole Brown (Community) and Lindsay Sloane (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch) also star.
Two and a Half Men
Series finale: Do the frequently spilled ashes that sit in Walden Schmidt’s liquor cabinet actually belong to Charlie Harper, or is the one-time playboy still alive? Walden and Alan investigate in a one-hour sendoff that promises a bevy of surprise visitors. (View our slideshow of 30 memorable/forgettable guest stars.)
Red and the task force investigate when a polygamous cult leader goes missing. Later, Red sets out to track down Fitch’s hidden safe.
Marie de Guise (returning guest star Amy Brenneman) warns Mary that her throne is in jeopardy; King Antoine makes Kenna an intriguing offer. (Read preview.)
Season 3 premiere: King Ragnar leads his people to a land where their fate is unknown; King Ecbert seems in no rush to deliver on his many promises. (Watch video.)
How to Get Away With Murder
In the season’s penultimate ep, guilt-ridden Annalise turns to her mother (guest star Cecily Tyson) for Help; Bonnie prepares to defend an alleged rapist.
Watson and Holmes look into a killer who leaves envelopes of cash on his victims. Alicia Witt (Justified) guest-stars.