On TV this Thursday: Poppy Montgomery solves crimes in paradise, ABC takes mini-golf to the extreme and Dax Shepard is ready to Spin the Wheel. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Poppy Montgomery's Reef Break, Holey Moley and More
Season 2 premiere (all 10 episodes): Georgina (Julia Stiles) is determined to conceal Adam’s murder and retain power within the Clios household; Arrested Development‘s Will Arnett joins the cast as the charismatic Uncle
Series premiere: From EP Stephen Curry comes this competition in which 12 mini-golfers face off in a series of head-to-head, sudden-death matchups; a winner walks away with the “Golden Putter” trophy and a $25,000 prize; comedian Rob Riggle, sportscaster Joe Tessitore and The Real‘s Jeannie Mai serve as commentators.
Season 4 premiere: Lou takes over as director and welcomes new camper Gwen (Lucifer‘s Scarlett Estevez), plus two new counselors.
Family Food Fight
Series premiere: In each episode, four families compete in a series of cooking challenges, before one faces elimination; Ayesha Curry (Ayesha’s Homemade), Cat Cora (Iron Chef) and Graham Elliot (Top Chef) judge.
Spin the Wheel
Series premiere: From EP Justin Timberlake comes this pop-culture trivia game show that pits contestants against a spinning 40-foot wheel that holds upwards of $20 million in its rotation; Dax Shepard hosts.
Life in Pieces
Two episodes: Matt and Colleen treat Greg and Jen to a fancy “thank you” dinner; Clementine wants Tyler to stop going to his pediatrician; Jen and Greg hire John and Joan’s longtime cleaning lady. (Still cancelled.)
Series premiere: An ex-con-turned-fixer (Unforgettable‘s Poppy Montgomery) solves crimes on a Pacific island paradise; Ray Stevenson (Rome) and Desmond Chiam (Now Apocalypse) co-star.
Lip Sync Battle
It’s a Ray Donovan face-off, as Pooch Hall goes up against on-screen brother Dash Mihok.
Season 1 finale: Jordan meets with budding entrepreneurs involved in California’s legal cannabis scene. (Not yet renewed.)
Season 3 premiere (two episodes): Daniel does damage control when the professionalism of McCallum Real Estate is called into question; Emma and Daniel try to fix an awkward situation involving a new tenant.