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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
    Creepshow

    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+
    Younger

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

  • NBC
    Manifest

    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.

  • ABC, ESPN, NFLN
    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
    Mom

    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
    Cake

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


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