On TV this Thursday: MasterChef Junior is finally cooking again, Minx, DMZ and Welcome to Flatch all arrive on the scene, Single Drunk Female and Star Trek: Discovery wrap their seasons, and CBS’ March Madness coverage gets underway. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
MasterChef Junior Is Back, DMZ and Minx Debut, Wolves Finale, March Madness and More
When Vy visits for Will’s birthday, the adults consider whether it’s time to tell the boy about his father. (Which original cast are going to guest-star?)
Limited series premiere (all four episodes): Rosario Dawson and Benjamin Bratt headline this DC adaptation from EP Ava DuVernay. (Watch trailer.)
Series premiere (releasing two episodes per week): The ’70s-era comedy centers on a young feminist (Elementary‘s Ophelia Lovibond) who teams with a low-rent publisher (New Girl‘s Jake Johnson) to create the first erotic magazine for women. (Watch trailer.)
Raised by Wolves
Season 2 finale: Mother goes to extreme lengths to protect Campion — but the cost may be too painful to bear. (Not yet renewed.)
Rescued by Ruby
Film premiere: Determined to join an elite K-9 unit, a state trooper (played by The Flash‘s Grant Gustin) partners with a fellow underdog, shelter pup Ruby.
NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament
First round coverage includes Colorado State vs. Michigan (at 12:15 pm), Tennessee vs. Longwood (2:45 pm), Kentucky vs. Saint Peter’s (7:10 pm), and Murray State vs. San Francisco (9:40 pm). (Get full schedule.)
Season 8 premiere: After more than two-and-a-half years off the air, the pint-sized offshoot returns with new judge Daphne Oz.
Law & Order: SVU
A developer is accused of using his dating app to meet and rape women; Velasco’s experience as an SVU detective is put on trial. (Cragen headed to OC!)
Welcome to Flatch
Series premiere: From EP Paul Feig comes a small-town mockumentary loosely based on the BBC comedy This Country; Seann William Scott (Lethal Weapon) and Aya Cash (You’re the Worst) co-star. (The first seven episodes are also available on Hulu, Fox Now and VOD.)
Jenny reluctantly partners with T-lock in an effort to rescue Max and Rachel; Scarlett is prepared to do whatever it takes to keep her and Ronald safe.
Single Drunk Female
Season 1 finale: Brit’s makes an unexpected decision on her wedding day; Sam is shaken to her core. (Not yet renewed.)