On TV this Thursday: Benson and Stabler go off duty, Grey’s Anatomy takes a walk down the aisle and Why Women Kill takes a stab at Season 2. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
L&O and Grey's Finales, Why Women Kill Returns and More
Woman In Motion: Nichelle Nichols, Star Trek and the Remaking of NASA
The documentary reveals how the Star Trek actress embarked on a campaign to bring diversity to NASA in the late 1970s and ’80s. (What else is streaming on Paramount+ in June?)
We Are Lady Parts
Series premiere (all six episodes): Created/directed by Nida Manzoor, the UK comedy centers on a Muslim female punk band on a mission to find a guitarist. (What else is streaming on Peacock in June?)
Why Women Kill
Season 2 premiere: Allison Tolman (Fargo) and Lana Parrilla (Once Upon a Time) headline the 1940s-set follow-up, which explores what it means to be beautiful and the effects of being ignored by society; Matthew Daddario (Shadowhunters) co-stars. (Watch trailer.)
Season 4 premiere: The Jamie Foxx-hosted musical quiz show returns after a 22-month hiatus. (View Fox’s fall schedule.)
Episode No. 100: Finn and Destiny look for a way to leave their mark on the camp; Lou and Noah discover that Matteo has a surprising skill.
Season 4 finale: Maya deals with family issues; Andy and Sullivan’s marriage is put to the test; the crew is faced with a life-or-death moment.
Season 17 finale: Maggie’s wedding day arrives; Meredith takes on a new role; Jo makes a big decision. (View ABC’s fall schedule.)
Law & Order: SVU
Season 22 finale: While Fin and Phoebe make wedding arrangements, Liv and Rollins help a homeless single mother. (View NBC’s fall schedule.)
Everything's Gonna Be Okay
Season 2 finale: The Moss family prepares for a big event; Nicholas shares some eye-opening news with Alex. (Not yet renewed.)
Law & Order: Organized Crime
Season 1 finale: As Wheatley faces a litany of charges, Stabler and Bell cope with a sudden development. (Dick Wolf takes over primetime!)
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