On TV this Thursday: A.P. Bio returns for its first semester on Peacock, HBO Max gives birth to Ridley Scott’s Raised by Wolves and Netflix’s Wallander prequel reports for duty. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
A.P. Bio on Peacock, HBO Max's Raised by Wolves and More
Season 3 premiere (all eight episodes): The Glenn Howerton sitcom returns, nearly 18 months (!) after its sophomore finale aired on NBC. (Watch trailer.)
In this film, an earnest lawyer (Perception‘s Rachael Leigh Cook) takes on — and presumably falls for — a charming new client (Happy Endings‘ Damon Wayans Jr.) who wants to sue a dating website. (Are we sure this wasn’t made for the Hallmark Channel?)
Raised by Wolves
Series premiere (first three episodes, then weekly release): Ridley Scott’s U.S. TV directorial debut focuses on two androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious planet; Travis Fimmel (Vikings) co-stars. (Watch latest trailer.)
Series premiere (all six episodes): This modern-day prequel serves as an origin story for the titular cop (played by Swedish actor Adam Pålsson), who is investigating an incendiary hate crime. (Watch trailer.)
Two nominees face eviction, and a new Head of Household is crowned. (Get CBS’ temporary fall schedule.)
Season 1 finale: Athletes compete for $10,000 as the wet and wild competition wraps its freshman run. (Not yet renewed.)
Chrisley Knows Best
Midseason finale: Todd jumps to conclusions when he sees Savannah and Nic hanging out again; Chase extends a helping hand to Nanny Faye.
When Gomer and Sgt. Carter eat Welsh rarebit, they end up sleepwalking and exhibit changed personalities! (CBS does not provide Love Island teasers, so we’re running a random MeTV synopsis each night.)
The Real Housewives of New York City
Season 12 finale: Luann records a new song; Leah works to rebuild her relationship with her mom; Sonja clashes with Ramona; Dorinda reflects on a tumultuous year. (Who’s leaving?)
To Tell the Truth
Season 5 finale (two episodes, special time): Panelists include Joe Mantegna, Bobby Bones, Tom Lennon and Natasha Leggero (at 9 pm), then Bob Saget, Brad Garrett, Sherri Shepherd and Nikki Glaser (at 10 pm).
Season 3 finale: “Work it, own it,” reads the typically vague synopsis. (Not yet renewed.)
Season 2 finale: Lucy, Andy, Ike and Granny try their hardest to get Eddie in the Christmas spirit; the chief has a special gift that promises to do the trick. (Check renewal status.)