On TV this Thursday: Neil Patrick Harris collaborates with Russell T. Davies, Legacies plays a twisted game and a Law & Order: Criminal Intent lieutenant works alongside SVU‘s Benson. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
It's a Sin on HBO Max, Criminal Intent Vet on SVU and More
It's a Sin
From Queer as Folk‘s Russell T. Davies comes this five-part British miniseries about a group of friends (Olly Alexander, Omari Douglas and Callum Scott Howells) amid the growing HIV/AIDS epidemic in 1980s London; Neil Patrick Harris co-stars. (Watch trailer.)
Celebrity Wheel of Fortune
BH90210‘s Jennie Garth, Queer Eye‘s Karamo Brown and A.P. Bio‘s Patton Oswalt spin the wheel.
When Zoey returns home for a long weekend, she is surprised to see that life at the house and at Cal U moved on without her. (Get Good Trouble scoop.)
A trivia game threatens to tear the Neil’s entire staff apart. (Superstore is preempted this week for a Young Rock encore.)
Walker is forced to resume his undercover identity to protect his family; August threatens to blow Dad’s cover.
Meemaw takes matters into her own hands when Sheldon’s philosophy professor sends him into a tailspin.
Law & Order: SVU
Benson works with Lt. Barek (Criminal Intent‘s Annabella Sciorra) and the Bronx SVU to track down a serial rapist.
When one of their own goes missing, Hope turns to the therapy box and gets thrust into a twisted game set in a summer camp slasher flick.
When Bonnie can’t decide what to do with the spare bedroom that belonged to Christy, bigger issues are uncovered. (Yep, Mom is ending — get details.)
Last Man Standing
In a timely episode, Chuck teaches Mike and Joe a valuable lesson after Ed pits them against each other to find their next classic car for renovation.
Agent Starling and the VICAP team head to Tennessee to investigate a militia group known as The Statesmen. (What’d you think of Episode 1?)
The three-part Dateline event promises unprecedented access to “one of the country’s most confounding murder investigations” ever. (Parts 2 and 3 follow Friday and Sunday at 9.)
👨⚕️ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 👨⚕️
On Feb. 18, 1999, George Clooney exited NBC’s ER after more than 100 episodes — though he’d (quietly) return near the end of Season 6, to escort Julianna Margulies’ Carol off the show.