On TV this Thursday: Kevin Costner remembers Ray Liotta, The Ms. Pat Show is back for Season 2 and the Pretty Little Liars return to where it all started. Here are 10 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.)
Field of Dreams Game, PLL Visits Rosewood, Ms. Pat and More
American Horror Stories
An outcast risks everything to save her small town from devastation. (When will AHS Season 11 premiere?)
Harley, Ivy and Nora head to New Orleans in search of Swamp Thing, who might be able to help them find Frank. (HBO Max and Discovery+ are merging.)
The Ms. Pat Show
Season 2 premiere (all 10 episodes): As the family settles into their new surroundings, Pat confronts her inner demons. (Already renewed for Season 3!)
Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin
Two episodes: Imogen and Tabby visit Rosewood; a family secret causes tension between Mouse and her mom. (Final three episodes drop next Thursday.)
MLB Field of Dreams Game
The Cincinnati Reds take on the Chicago Cubs, live from Dyersville, Iowa; Kevin Costner, who starred in the 1989 movie, pays tribute to the late Ray Liotta (aka Shoeless Joe Jackson). (Pregame starts at 6 pm.)
Series premiere (two episodes): The Australian dramedy centers on an ambitious high schooler (played by Nathalie Morris) who has a surprise baby. (Great Chocolate Showdown Season 3 premiere follows at 9.)
While in New York, Shawna reunites with Cliff while Mia meets up with a wealthy stranger.
Also streaming Thursday: Final season of TrollsTopia (Hulu and Peacock); and new episodes of All the Queen’s Men (BET+), Sweet Life: Los Angeles (HBO Max), Love Island: UK (Hulu), Beavis and Butt-Head (Paramount+), Love Island: USA and The Resort (Peacock), and All or Nothing: Arsenal (Prime Video).
Docuseries finale: Jeter becomes a father and owner of the Miami Marlins.
Mariana reconsiders her “situation-ship” with Joaquin; Dennis has a change of heart; Davia inspires her homeschool family to seek therapy.
Season 32 finale: Chris and Paddy take a look at the future of fuel and show that “going green” doesn’t have to be dull.