On TV this Thursday: Ed Helms reteams with Office boss Mike Schur, Cher wants to save The Loneliest Elephant and Netflix has an out-of-this-world Stowaway problem. Here are 14 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Netflix's Stowaway to Mars, Rutherford Falls Premieres, Cher, Whales, Hell's Kitchen Finale and More
Cher and the Loneliest Elephant
The documentary follows Cher as she races to Pakistan to help save Kaavan, a four-ton elephant who must be transported more than 2,300 miles in the midst of a global pandemic.
Ellen's Next Great Designer
Series premiere: DeGeneres gives up-and-coming furniture designers a chance to push their creativity to the limit; Scott Foley hosts. (Watch trailer.)
Life in Color With David Attenborough
The three-part docuseries reveals how animals use color to survive and thrive in the wild.
Series premiere (all 10 episodes): From creators Ed Helms, Mike Schur and Sierra Teller Ornelas comes this comedy about lifelong best friends (Helms and comedian Jana Schmieding) on opposite sides of a small-town debate. (Watch trailer.)
Secrets of the Whales
James Cameron’s four-part docu showcases the communication skills and social structures of five whale species; Sigourney Weaver narrates.
Daniel Dae Kim, Anna Kendrick and Toni Collette headline this film about a stowaway (Wynonna Earp‘s Shamier Anderson) who imperils a mission to Mars.
Liza fact-checks Quinn’s manuscript; Maggie gets an intriguing job offer and a new love interest. (Psst… hear about Hilary Duff’s new gig?)
Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World
The three-hour program follows Thunberg as she witnesses the impacts of climate change in Denmark, Poland, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Season 19 finale: Kori Sutton and Mary Lou Davis vie for a life-changing grand prize, including a Head Chef gig at Ramsay’s Lake Tahoe restaurant.
The two-hour documentary explores a positive vision of the future where humanity has solved climate change. (Walker and Legacies return May 3.)
Jo needs Bailey’s approval to switch specialties; Winston comes up with an out-of-the-box idea. (New #Japril photos!)
In the series’ fourth-to-last episode, Bonnie and Tammy’s new business takes its toll on their friendship.
Film Independent Spirit Awards
Saturday Night Live‘s Melissa Villaseñor hosts the virtual ceremony. (View nominees.)
Law & Order: Organized Crime
Benson joins Stabler for a family gathering; the Wheatleys celebrate an important birthday; Bell investigates an accidental death.