On TV this Thursday: Grey’s Anatomy and seven other shows head for hiatus, Legacies welcomes an Originals vet and Desus & Mero wrap their first year at Showtime. Here are 13 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Grey's, SVU and 6 Other Fall Finales, a Legacies Return and More
Season 3 premiere (all eight episodes): Detectives Cullen and Tolbeck are back in uniform; Beth Behrs (The Neighborhood), Keegan-Michael Key (Friends From College), Dylan McDermott (American Horror Story) and Paula Pell (A.P. Bio) guest-star.
Fall finale: Safe haven volunteer Jo receives a call about a baby that was dropped off at Station 19; Meredith moves forward after facing the medical board.
Fall finale: As part of a new corporate initiative, Cloud 9 employees must rush items directly to shoppers’ cars; Amy senses a spark between Mateo and her brother.
Fall finale: Jax convinces Arthur to attend the choir’s Thanksgiving dinner and snoop in various members’ homes for a missing item.
A Million Little Things
Fall finale: Rome helps PJ through a crisis; Maggie and Gary’s relationship reaches a turning point; Delilah, Eddie and Katherine face tough decisions. (Who was Performer of the Week?)
The Good Place
Fall finale: Chidi must consider his past to plan for a better future.
Will & Grace
Fall finale: Grace and Jack hire the Grief Panda to cheer up a heartbroken Will; Grace considers firing Karen, who is completely preoccupied with her baseball team.
Carol's Second Act
Carol witnesses what retirement would have looked like for her when longtime friend Phyllis (Malcolm in the Middle‘s Jane Kaczmarek) is admitted to the hospital.
How to Get Away With Murder
Fall finale: Oliver presents Connor, Michaela and Asher with graduation gifts; Annalise receives disturbing news; the FBI informant is revealed.
Law & Order: SVU
Fall finale: A fellow detective turns to SVU when he believes his daughters are being groomed by a serial predator; Nicholas Turturro (NYPD Blue) and Vincent Kartheiser (Mad Men) guest-star.
Season 2 finale: “One lives, but it is unknown whether anybody really dies.” (Not yet renewed.)
Desus & Mero
Season 1 finale: Guests include Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren and Black Panther‘s Chadwick Boseman. (Not yet renewed.)