What to Watch Today

Big Bang Wedding, Atlanta and 3 Other Finales

On TV this Thursday: The Big Bang Theory takes a walk down the aisle, Chicago Fire and Mom wrap their respective seasons with back-to-back episodes, and Atlanta reaches the end of its sophomore run. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • Sundance Now

    Series premiere (all seven episodes): From creator Sharon Horgan (Catastrophe) comes this comedy about a woman (Philomena‘s Anna Maxwell Martin) thrust into motherhood when her own her mom skips town and refuses to help raise her grandchildren; Lucy Punch (A Series of Unfortunate Events) co-stars.

  • Netflix

    Series premiere (all eight episodes): Dexter‘s Michael C. Hall plays Tom, a British (!) widower whose teenager disappears after attending a party within their gated community. (Watch trailer.)

  • ABC
    Grey's Anatomy

    One of Grey-Sloan’s own is seriously injured; Nicole Herman (Geena Davis) visits and talks to Arizona about an exciting opportunity. (Watch promo.)

  • Fox

    A team of unlikely heroes are forced to save the city from complete anarchy; Bruce’s psychological limits are put to the test.

  • The CW

    Sam and Dean come up with a plan to save innocent lives; Jack grapples with the consequences of his decisions.

  • CBS
    The Big Bang Theory

    Season 11 finale: Sheldon and Amy’s families arrive for their wedding. (View guest list; find out who didn’t RSVP; relive 20 best “Shamy” moments.)

  • CBS
    Young Sheldon

    Season 1 finale: Meemaw chooses between Ira and John; Sheldon gets too involved in her love life. (Get renewal status.)

  • NBC
    Chicago Fire

    Season 6 finale (two episodes, special time): Complications threaten Boden’s chance at a promotion;  Kidd grows distrustful of Renee’s motives; Dawson and Casey struggle with an important decision. (Get scoop.)

  • CBS

    Season 5 finale (two episodes): Christy and Bonnie’s spa day takes an unexpected turn when Bonnie winds up in jail; Christy falls back into old habits. (Get renewal status.)

  • FX

    Season 2 finale (39 minutes): “Sometimes one has to follow the money, but feelings can sometimes hold one back,” according to the final cryptic teaser of the year. (Not yet renewed.)