What to Watch Today

Station 19, Superstore, For the People and A.P. Bio Return


On TV this Thursday: Station 19 and Superstore resumes their runs, For the People and A.P. Bio are back for Season 2 and Mom heads to therapy with TV’s erstwhile Dwight Shrute. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • Fox

    In an episode written by Ben McKenzie and directed by Erin Richards, Gordon hallucinates that he’s on trial for his life, while Ivy (Peyton ‘Not the Disney One’ List) returns to put a spell on Bruce. 

  • The CW

    Sam and Dean enlist Rowena to help track down a demigod with an appetite for human flesh.

  • NBC

    Midseason premiere: Amy and Cheyenne attend Cloud 9 Academy in an effort to advance their careers, while Garrett and Dina babysit for Glenn. (Psst… hear the good news?)

  • CBS All Access
    Star Trek: Discovery

    Spock and Burnham confront their troubled past; Stamets tries to reconnect with Hugh; Tyler struggles to shed the crew’s suspicions of him.

  • NBC
    A.P. Bio

    Season 2 premiere: Jack plans to write the most brilliant philosophy book ever and leave Toledo for good. Because that is the key to getting out of Toledo, writing a great book. On philosophy.

  • The CW

    In an episode directed by Vampire Diaries‘ Paul Wesley, MG and Landon go missing after they embark on a road trip; Hope, Alaric and Kaleb set out to find them.

  • ABC
    Station 19

    Midseason premiere: In the aftermath of the windstorm, Andy and Sullivan’s fates remain unknown while trapped in the overturned ambulance. Back at the station, the team confronts Jack about his well-being.

  • NBC
    Brooklyn Nine-Nine

    Jake helps Amy navigate her relationship with her brother/longtime rival David (Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda). (Watch sneak peek.)

  • CBS

    Bonnie consults a therapist (The Office’s Rainn Wilson) for help with her ADD; Christy battles her urge to gamble while helping out at Adam’s bar.

  • ABC
    For the People

    Season 2 premiere: Sandra, with the help of new investigator Ted (The Originals’ Charles Michael Davis), defends a teen gamer whose online argument leads to a police raid… and culminates in the death of a U.S. Senator.