On TV this Thursday: The Unicorn has a frank discussion about race, Law & Order: SVU investigates a COVID lockdown and Carrie Underwood headlines an HBO Max Christmas special. Here are 14 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
The Unicorn Talks Racial Injustice, SVU Goes on Break, Carrie Underwood and More
The Flight Attendant
Two episodes: After a visit with her brother, Cassie moves forward with a plan that involves B&E, computer fraud and a Hello Kitty flash drive.
My Gift: A Christmas Special From Carrie Underwood
Underwood performs traditional holiday favorites as well as original material from her new album My Gift, accompanied by a live orchestra and choir.
Star Trek: Discovery
Burnham and the Discovery crew travel to Book’s home planet in an attempt to rescue it from Osyraa; Stamets and Adira investigate the origin of the Burn.
Season 5 premiere: Jack Barker from End Game squares off with Ray Billings and his lethal bot Tombst.
Sullivan’s disciplinary hearing gets underway; a fire breaks out at an apartment building occupied by some of prominent drag queens — including Shangela.
The Voice Holiday Celebration
The hour-long special rings in the season with coaches past and present; Blake, Kelly, John and Gwen share some of their favorite holiday memories.
Sheldon and Paige (recurring guest star Mckenna Grace) face off in a fierce competition at bible camp; Georgie makes a questionable purchase.
After Drew suffers through a rough divorce mediation, Gina gives him a surprise to boost his spirits. High-larity surely ensues.
Owen faces a challenging medical diagnosis; Koracick goes stir crazy; Maggie gets a glimpse into Winston’s background. (Is “SchmiCo” in danger?)
Law & Order: SVU
Fall finale: SVU questions a group of college roommates when one of them goes missing during COVID lockdown; former series regular Tamara Tunie guest-stars, reprising her role as Dr. Melinda Warner.
Bonnie and Adam offer relationship advice to Jill and Andy; Tammy helps Chef Rudy with his newly opened food truck.
In an episode directed by Oscar winner Matthew A. Cherry (Hair Love), the group has a frank talk about racial injustice after Forrest gifts Noah a water gun.
A Million Little Things
Katherine and Theo adapt to their new life after Eddie’s accident; Rome and Regina grow distant; Gary tries to stay friends with Maggie. (Read preview.)