What to Watch Today

NFL, Cosby Accusers Speak Out, Graceland Ends and More

On TV this Thursday: The Graceland gang faces a post-war struggle, Bill Cosby’s accusers get a small-screen platform, CBS kicks off Thursday Night Football and VH1 honors the Web. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • NBC
    Jeff Dunham: Unhinged in Hollywood

    The hour-long special includes previously unseen stand-up footage from the comedian, as well as sketches with Brad Paisley and Chris Parnell.

  • CBS
    Thursday Night Football

    Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos tackle Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs, live from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.

  • NBC
    Mat Franco's Got Magic

    Neil Patrick Harris, Heidi Klum and Jason Mraz are among the guests as Franco performs across the country, from Rhode Island to Las Vegas.

  • Lifetime
    Project Runway

    The designers must merge the worlds of tech and design after going dumpster diving for this week’s materials.

  • A&E
    Cosby: The Women Speak

    Bill Cosby’s (many) accusers speak out against the disgraced sitcom star, offering their accounts of his alleged sex crimes.

  • VH1
    The 5th Annual Streamy Awards

    The 90-minute broadcast honors the best videos and content creators on Al Gore’s Internet; YouTubers Grace Helbig and Tyler Oakley host.

  • USA Network

    Season 3 finale: The agents struggle to move on following the gang war; Briggs tracks down a loose end. (Not yet renewed.)

  • Syfy

    The Darkness consumes Vega’s citizenry; William grapples with the truth about his time in the desert; Arika is victimized by her manipulations.

  • FX

    Season 1 finale: Afghan Whigs guitarist Greg Dulli sets Gigi up with an acclaimed West Coast producer. (Not yet renewed.)

  • Comedy Central

    Forrest lets a Magic 8-Ball dictate his day, conquers the art of procrastination and attempts murder. (Andy Daly was our Performer of the Week!)


    COMING NEXT THURSDAY: The season premieres of Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away With Murder and Scandal, plus the series premieres of Heroes Reborn and The Player.