On TV this Thursday: Rebel, Younger and Keeping Up With the Kardashians come to an end, Hacks and Manifest wrap their seasons, and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the Heights comes alive on HBO Max. Here are 13 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Rebel and Younger Series Finales, End of the Kardashians, In the Heights on HBO Max and More
Season 1 finale (last two episodes): Ava tries to keep a secret from Deborah, as the comedian preps for her final performance at the Palmetto. (Renewed!)
In the Heights
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony Award-winning musical is reimagined as a feature film; the stacked ensemble includes Anthony Ramos (In Treatment), Corey Hawkins (24: Legacy), Melissa Barrera (Vida), Jimmy Smits (NYPD Blue), Stephanie Beatriz (B99), Dascha Polanco (OITNB), Christopher Jackson (Bull) and Marc Anthony.
Mark Wahlberg headlines this sci-fi film about a man who discovers that his hallucinations are actually visions from past lives; Chiwetel Ejiofor (the upcoming Man Who Fell to Earth), Sophie Cookson (Gypsy), Jason Mantzoukas (the Mike Schuriverse), Rupert Friend (Homeland) and Dylan O’Brien (Teen Wolf) co-star.
Season 2 finale: Two iconic families must embody the evolution of vogue and impress the judges for their chance at the $100,000 prize.
Series premiere (all six episodes): The UK import focuses on an East London millennial (Dead Pixels‘ Rose Matafeo) who accidentally sleeps with a famous film star (Four Weddings and a Funeral‘s Nikesh Patel).
Series finale: Charles and Liza make amends, but Kelsey’s plans force Liza to withhold the truth (again). (Fall behind? Read Episode 11 recap.)
Keeping Up With the Kardashians
Series finale: The family buries a time capsule to commemorate the past 20 (!) seasons. (Perhaps they’ll dig it up at Hulu?)
Season 3 finale (two episodes): Ben/Saanvi embark on a treacherous mission; Michaela/Zeke must stop a passenger with deadly intentions. (Not yet renewed.)
Walker’s past comes back to haunt him in a big way, and proves to be a threat to his family; read Jared Padalecki preview. (Legacies is also new.)
United States of Al
Al fears the worst when he doesn’t hear from his family for a few days; Riley realizes how hard it must have been for his own family while he was in Afghanistan.
Series premiere: NBA All-Star Dwyane Wade hosts this Stateside remake of the UK game show, in which teams of two must demonstrate skill, nerve and determination as they endure seemingly simple physical and mental tasks — all while confined in an intimidating glass box.
Clarice questions Alastor CEO Nils Hagen, who is quick to change the subject to Clarice’s relationship with his son, Tyson.