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Bethenny Frankel Offers a Big Shot, Manifest Double Header, NFL Draft Kicks Off and More

Bethenny Big Shot

On TV this Thursday: NBC offers a double pump of Manifest, Bethenny Frankel headlines her own version of The Apprentice, and the annual NFL Draft gets underway. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • HBO Max
    The Big Shot With Bethenny

    Series premiere (first two episodes): Up-and-coming business moguls compete for a position working on Bethenny Frankel’s executive team.

  • Shudder

    Season 2 finale: Simon invents a VR experience that allows him to join his favorite films, which then become his actual reality; Justin Long and D’Arcy Carden star. (Check renewal status.)

  • Hulu, Paramount+

    Liza and Kelsey start an underground event called Inkubator; Liza must decide whether or not to tell Charles about Quinn’s true motives.

  • NBC

    Two episodes: Michaela pursues a fugitive; Ben tries to win over an unlikely ally; a massive new clue regarding the fate of the passengers is revealed.

    NFL Draft

    Rece Davis and Maria Taylor cohost ABC’s coverage, while Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, Todd McShay, Jesse Palmer and David Pollack provide commentary. (Rounds 2-3 air Friday, followed by Rounds 4-7 on Saturday.)

  • CBS
    Young Sheldon

    Sheldon’s frenemy Paige (the ubiquitous McKenna Grace) considers East Texas Tech; Mary turns to June (guest star Reba McEntire) for advice.

  • Fox
    Last Man Standing

    In an episode directed by Christoph Sanders, Kristin and Ryan put their marriage on the line when they go head-to-head in a business negotiation.

  • CBS

    In the series’ antepenultimate episode, Bonnie wants to know why Trevor has been so distracted; Jill and Andy find themselves in a life-or-death situation.

  • Fox
    Let's Be Real

    Robert Smigel’s puppet show returns as a full-fledged series, featuring foam versions of President Joe Biden, VP Kamala Harris and former POTUS Trump.

  • FXX

    Season 4 finale: A cryptic logline asks, “End of the road… or a new beginning?” (Not yet renewed.)

    On April 29, 2013, All My Children and One Life to Live were (briefly) revived by The Online Network, 19 and 15 months after their ABC finales.