On TV this Thursday: Atlanta and The Good Fight wrap their acclaimed runs, Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 break for the winter and Warrior Nun returns for Season 2 (after a 28-month hiatus). Here are 14 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
Atlanta and Good Fight Series Finales, Grey's and Station 19 Head for Hiatus, Warrior Nun and More
The Big Brunch
Series premiere (first three episodes): Schitt’s Creek‘s Dan Levy serves as host and judge of this cooking competition.
Series premiere (eight episodes): This David E. Kelley drama follows a detective (Orthodox‘s Jeff Wilbusch) with a provocatively human approach to crime; Juliana Canfield (Succession), Karen Robinson (Schitt’s Creek) and Michael Mosley (The Sinner) co-star.
Falling for Christmas
Movie premiere: Following a skiing accident, an amnesiac heiress (played by Lindsay Lohan) lands in the care of a widower (Glee‘s Chord Overstreet) and his daughter. (See our complete Christmas Movie Guide!)
A Friend of the Family
Limited series finale: As Bob and Mary Ann take steps toward healing, while Jan prepares for a do-or-die moment.
The Good Fight
Series finale: After 13 years across The Good Wife and its streaming spinoff, Christine Baranski bids adieu to the role of Diane Lockhart. (Spoiler-filled recap!)
Inside Amy Schumer
Season 5 finale: Amy sneaks pills, discovers a horrible secret, and takes all the tests.
Season 2 premiere (all 10 episodes): Ava and the sisters of the Order set out to thwart a false prophet hellbent on world domination. (Watch trailer.)
Also streaming Thursday: New episodes of Star Trek: Prodigy (Paramount+), and Pennyworth: The Origin of Batman’s Butler and Titans (HBO Max).
Fall finale: A lightning storm results in a helicopter crash; things get even more heated between Carina and Maya. (Get return dates for S19 and Grey’s.)
Georgie meets Mandy’s parents (played by Mom‘s Will Sasso and United States of Al‘s Rachel Bay Jones); Sheldon reaches a breakthrough.
Fall finale: The attendings and interns work to save an injured reporter and family affected by Station 19‘s lightning storm. (An encore of Hulu’s Reasonable Doubt premiere airs at 10 pm; Alaska Daily‘s fall finale airs Nov. 17.)
Abby digs deeper into her husband’s past; Hoyt helps the Reyes family; Kai reveals he knows how to throw a punch. (Will any CW series survive Nexstar acquisition?)
Call Me Kat
Following a steamy hookup, Kat and Max embark on a proper first date; Randi intervenes when Carter attempts to train CJ for track.
Series finale: “You know what? As much as I hated this show, I think I’m gonna miss it,” reads the very final synopsis.
Law & Order: Organized Crime
When the task force goes undercover to bust a jewelry operation, an unexpected face from Stabler’s past arrives to help take the operation down.