What to Watch Today

Supernatural and Arrow Return, Sarah Silverman and More


On TV this Thursday: Arrow returns in its new post-Supernatural time slot, Harry Connick, Jr. is reunited with Will & Grace and Sarah Silverman says I Love You, America. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Hulu
    I Love You, America

    Series premiere: In this weekly unscripted series, comedian Sarah Silverman attempts to connect with people with different points of view amid the deeply divided political climate.

  • The CW

    Season 13 premiere: Sam and Dean deal with the loss of their mother, the demise of Crowley and the death of Castiel. (Get scoop; view photos.)

  • Fox

    In an episode written by Ben McKenzie, Bruce puts lives in danger to uncover the significance of his prized knife; Ra’s al Ghul attempts to proves himself.

  • ABC
    Grey's Anatomy

    Amelia faces a difficult situation (read preview); Meredith deals with aftermath of her conversation with Nathan; a new set of interns are introduced.

  • The CW

    Season 6 premiere (new night and time): Oliver deals with the fallout of the Lian Yu explosion. (Read Stephen Amell Q&A; watch trailer; view photos.)

  • ABC

    Mellie hosts a state dinner as part of an initiative for peace in the Middle East; Olivia puts Jake to work on a back-up plan; Dean Norris (Claws) guest-stars.

  • NBC
    Will & Grace

    Grace is accidentally reunited with ex-husband Leo (Harry Connick, Jr.); Jack falls in love with a new job. (Who received TVLine accolades?)

  • NBC
    Great News

    Katie doesn’t know who to believe when Diana gets caught up in a sexual harassment scandal; Carol struggles to prove she deserves to be head intern.

  • NBC
    Chicago Fire

    Casey butts heads with a temporary new chief filling in for Boden; Mouch plans a surprise Cruz’s birthday; Brett learns more information about Hope.

  • BET
    The Rundown With Robin Thede

    Series premiere: From EP Chris Rock comes this weekly late-night talker fronted by the the former Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore head writer/on-air contributor.