On TV this Thursday: Younger makes the leap to streaming, Grey’s Anatomy admits a COVID denier and Made for Love wraps its freshman run. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Made for Love Finale, Younger's End Begins and More
Made for Love
Season 1 finale (two episodes): Herbert and Diane celebrate their anniversary; Hazel agrees to meet with Byron to sign divorce papers. (Not yet renewed.)
Series premiere: An English spy (Preacher‘s Dominic Cooper) is sent to Berlin circa 1961 to track down the source of a vital security leak.
The six-part docuseries follows Mark Wahlberg as he juggles his family, his film career and his many businesses amid the pandemic.
Walker and James investigate a poker game where one player may have intel on Emily’s killer; Micki takes August and Stella on an unusual adventure.
As Maggie treats a patient wounded in the Seattle protests, the others work up an individual who (ugh) doesn’t believe in COVID; Phylicia Rashad guest-stars.
Last Man Standing
In an episode directed by Amanda Fuller, Mike and Vanessa help Mandy and Kyle with estate planning, while Jen starts work at Outdoor Man. (Series finale airdate!)
As Tammy finds success, Bonnie struggles with her self-worth; Jill’s new hobby leads to a unexpected revelation. (Get series finale airdate.)
Law & Order: Organized Crime
Stabler and Bell work together to pursue a major lead, as Wheatley makes moves to elevate his business proceedings. (Fall behind? Read Episode 2 recap.)
Rebel helps Cruz build their case against Stonemore; Nate recruits a colleague to prove his mother wrong. (Premiere earned an average grade of “B.”)