On TV this Thursday: How to Get Away With Murder reaches the end of Season 4, RuPaul crowns his latest Drag Race All Stars champ and March Madness revs up on CBS. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
HTGAWM Finale, RuPaul's All Stars Champ Revealed, March Madness on CBS and More
Into the Universe With Stephen Hawking
Two hours: The basic cabler pays tribute to the late, world-renowned physicist with encores of his acclaimed 2010 docuseries exploring the wonders of the universe. (Additional encores air Saturday night at 8 pm.)
NCAA Basketball Tournament
The Eye network’s March Madness coverage begins with Oklahoma vs. Rhode Island (12:15 pm), Iona vs. Duke (2:45 pm), Davidson vs. Kentucky (7:10 pm) and Buffalo vs. Arizona (9:40 pm). (View complete NCAA line-up.)
Ivy’s latest target leads Gordon and Lucius to an old friend; Bruce tries to make amends with Alfred; Nygma pays Arkham a visit (first look).
Meredith tries to learn more about Marie’s history with her mother; Tom helps April recognize her crisis of faith. (Who’s joining CBS’ Cagney and Lacey reboot?)
Tough Mudder: Tougher Together
60 minutes: This latest Tough Mudder special focuses on four team captains and their deeply personal reasons for partaking in the 10-mile, 23-obstacle course.
RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars
Season 3 finale: The remaining queens write and perform a rap on RuPaul’s latest single; eliminated queens return to help RuPaul determine a winner.
The entire store is gossiping about Jonah and Amy after seeing the security footage of their tornado-fueled kiss.
Mellie demands that justice be served after Air Force Two’s miraculous landing; Olivia discloses her theory about the hijacking to the Gladiators.
Will & Grace
Will reconnects with first love Michael (30 Rock‘s Cheyenne Jackson); Grace defends Karen when a bakery (run by SNL‘s Vanessa Bayer) refuses to make her a cake.
How to Get Away With Murder
Season 4 finale: Annalise and the others deal with the aftermath of that suspicious death, which culminates in a surprising arrest. (Not yet renewed.)
38 minutes: “Earn is out making money but still looks broke,” according to this week’s vague synopsis.