On TV this Thursday: The stars of ABC Daytime soaps (past and present) convene for a benefit, The Stand gets an alternate ending and CBS continues Clarice Starling’s story. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
CBS' Clarice Debuts, The Stand Gets New 'Coda' and More
Limited series finale: “After seeing both the light and the dark, Frannie makes her stand” in a new coda by Stephen King. (Watch Paramount+ promo.)
ABC Daytime: Back on Broadway
The lineup for this one-night-only streaming concert (benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS) includes General Hospital‘s Bradford Anderson, Brandon Barash, Steve Burton, Anthony Geary, Finola Hughes and Laura Wright; All My Children‘s Bobbie Eakes, Melissa Claire Egan, Vincent Irizarry, Eva La Rue, Susan Lucci, Cameron Mathison, Tonya Pinkins, Eden Riegel, Chrishell Stause and Walt Willey; and One Life to Live‘s Kristen Alderson, Melissa Archer, Kathy Brier, Kassie DePaiva, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Catherine Hickland, Hillary B. Smith and Bree Williamson. (Watch it here.)
Celebrity Wheel of Fortune
Pee-wee‘s Paul Reubens, Nailed It!‘s Nicole Byer and (of course) Card Sharks‘ Joel McHale spin the wheel.
Mayor Bremer must act when an avocado shortage brings the city of Los Angeles to its knees; Mikaela uses Arpi’s presentations as a sleep aid.
When Drew’s dialysis appointment forces him to miss Maddie’s soccer game, he begins to question if all of his sacrifices are worth it. (Watch Sheldon sneak peek.)
In an episode written by series star Colton Dunn, Glenn gets wrapped up in a Zephra-related conspiracy theory, while Jonah questions his friendship with Garrett. (Get series finale airdate.)
Call Me Kat
After a visit to the gynecologist, Kat must decide whether to freeze her eggs; Phil tries online dating, with an assist from Max and Carter.
The Super Squad must band together after the Necromancer wreaks new havoc. (Who earned TVLine accolades?)
Adam makes a big-ticket purchase without first consulting Bonnie; Jill has an unusual reaction when her dentist retires.
Series premiere: The Silence of the Lambs sequel follows FBI agent Clarice Starling (The Originals‘ Rebecca Breeds) one year after the events of the 1991 film; Michael Cudlitz (The Walking Dead) and Kal Penn (House) co-star. (Read review.)