On TV this Thursday: Nina Dobrev tries her hand at multi-camera comedy, The Good Place moves to a later time and Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s got a brand new beat. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Returns, Nina Dobrev's Fam and More
The Sopranos Marathon
Celebrate the acclaimed mob drama’s 20th anniversary with a marathon of its sixth and final season. (The ‘Members Only Jacket man’ speaks!)
Truth and Lies: Monica and Bill
Two hours: This ABC News docu revisits the affair between President Bill Clinton and White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
Gordon and Bullock investigate when several children are kidnapped; Barbara proves herself an unlikely ally to Gordon. (Read premiere recap.)
The Big Bang Theory
Penny’s ex-husband Zack and his new bride, Marissa (Living Biblically‘s Lindsey Kraft), have a big favor to ask Leonard; Raj tries to mend fences with Anu.
Roswell: Mysteries Decoded
60 minutes: Ahead of the Roswell, New Mexico premiere (on Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 9/8c), this special delves into an ongoing, real-life investigation involving an unexplained crash in the summer of 1947.
Season 6 premiere, new network: Jake and Amy set off on their honeymoon; Holt reveals whether he’s been named commissioner. (Watch trailer.)
The ladies take issue with Christy’s smoking during a road trip; Bonnie offers Adam some unsolicited advice.
Series premiere: Soon-to-be-marrieds Clem (The Vampire Diaries‘ Nina Dobrev) and Nick (Truth Be Told‘s Tone Bell) find their perfect life turned upside down when Clem’s half-sister Shannon (Nashville‘s Odessa Adlon) moves in with them. Tony winner Brian Stokes Mitchell and Sheryl Lee Ralph (Claws) co-star.
Law & Order: SVU
A young woman (Willa Fitzgerald) accuses a plastic surgeon (Mark Feuerstein) and his girlfriend (Vikings‘ Alyssa Sutherland) of rape. (Get First Look.)