On TV this Thursday: Hell’s Kitchen needs a (super) hero, audiences are Welcome to Sweden, Working the Engels is open for business and Comedy Bang! Bang! finds a Rising Star in Josh Groban. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Tonight
Stan Lee Visits Hell's Kitchen, Poehler in Sweden and More
Catherine tells Will her secret, but it’s not what he’s expecting to hear; Esme discovers the truth about Delilah.
First, the remaining chefs compete to be featured in Better Homes & Gardens magazine. Then, they must cook for comic book legend Stan Lee. (If it’s Hell’s Kitchen, can’t Daredevil be invited over?)
Badly shaken by the attack on his caravan, Pottinger orders Nolan to hunt down whomever was responsible. Datak is (obviously!) determined to reclaim control over his family business.
After tracking a gun found at a frat house, Divison 15 goes undercover at a bar that’s supplying illegal handguns. Meanwhile, Andy helps Sam with a missing person’s case.
A change in the “three strikes” law causes trouble for the task force. Meanwhile, Jessica sees Silvia visit Ryan and Carlos moves towards usurping Javier as head of Los Angelicos.
A powerful senator takes the Vega’s leaders and food supply hostage, demanding that the Chosen One’s secret identity be made public. Elsewhere, Michael is called to a family meeting of archangels.
Welcome to Sweden
Series premiere: Bruce (Greg Poehler) quits his job and moves to Sweden when his girlfriend Emma (Josephine Bornebusch, Solsidan) accepts a prestigious job there. The cast also includes Lena Olin (Alias) and Claes Månsson, while Amy Poehler, Will Ferrell and Aubrey Plaza are among the celebs set to cameo as themselves.
Working the Engels
Series premiere: After her mother Ceil’s (Andrea Martin, Fugget About It) accidental suicide attempt, Jenna (Kacey Rohl, Hannibal) leaves her big corporate law job and takes over her late father’s practice with help from her ex-con brother (Benjamin Arthur, Less Than Kind) and self-help obsessed sister (Azura Skye, American Horror Story: Coven).
Last Comic Standing
Wanda Sykes mentors the comics on how to shine during interviews. Ellen DeGeneres then puts the comics to the test during visits to her show.
Comedy Bang! Bang!
Midseason finale: Josh Groban joins Scott as he goes back to the “golden age of television” and tries to change history. Meanwhile, a plate-spinning novelty act is hiding a game-changing secret.