On TV this Thursday: Apple TV+ launches The Oprah Conversation, Netflix debuts a Transformers origin story and the NBA resumes its season with a double header. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Basketball Is Back, Oprah's Apple TV+ Show and More
In Season 2’s penultimate episode, Jane takes Larry to rural Arkansas to help her retrieve an invaluable item, while Niles organizes a special day for Dorothy.
Stateside premiere (all six episodes): This ’80s-set comedy focuses on a wealthy London housewife (played by series creator Sarah Kendall) who is forced to return to her hometown in Newcastle, Australia.
Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy
Series premiere: In Chapter 1 of this origin story, titled “Siege,” the Autobots and Decepticons battle for control of the AllSpark.
Funeral for Rep. John Lewis
The civil rights leader and congressman is laid to rest at the Ebenezer Baptist Church Horizon Sanctuary in Atlanta.
The suspended season resumes when the Utah Jazz take on the New Orleans Pelicans. Then at 9 pm, the Los Angeles Clippers face the Lakers.
The Oprah Conversation
Series premiere: Winfrey leads timely discussions with thought leaders from all over. First up, bestselling author Professor Ibram X. Kendi will speak with white readers who confront their own racist beliefs.
A yoga instructor and a California businesswoman take on The Distractor; an ice cream entrepreneur and a pro wrestler hang loose on Buns & Wieners.
Married Army vets attempt to conquer the challenges Don’t Miss, Don’t Embarrass Yourself, Don’t Beat Yourself Up, Don’t Blink and Don’t Get Tired.
Eddie is tasked with heading a peer counseling session after Lucy gets hurt on the job; Andy grapples a shocking family secret.
To Tell the Truth
Celeb panelists include Card Sharks‘ Joel McHale, Splitting Up Together‘s Oliver Hudson, Sharknado‘s Vivica A. Fox and comedian Nikki Glaser.