On TV this Thursday: A Defiance double bill, Rookie Blue hopes to go out without a bang, Project Runway tries to find Heidi an outfit and FXX invites you to have a
cow marathon, man. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
Rookie Blue and Rectify Finales, Double Defiance and More
D’oh-MG! Here thus begins FXX’s “Every. Episode. Ever.” marathon, running for 12 straight days and unspooling all 552 episodes as well as the 2007 feature film.
Double-episode alert! Nolan and Rafe race to rescue Amanda and Pottinger when a mine collapse leaves them trapped. Then at 10, Nolan searches for Irisa, while a murder that rocks Defiance gets investigated.
Inside the Actors Studio: Robin Williams
This special rebroadcast commemorates Robin Williams’ June 2001 appearance on the long-running show hosted by James Lipton.
Double-episode season finale: Duncan goes rogue to prove himself, while Andy questions if something might go wrong with her relationship with Sam. Then at 10, the officers of 15 Division try to track down a car bomber. (Season 6 to air Summer 2015.)
Rush plans a “bro weekend” with Alex at a medical conference — only to discover that his ex-girlfriend Sarah (guest star Odette Annable) and her new boyfriend are also attending. Meanwhile, Eve is prompted to make a fresh start with Lucas.
The contestants must design a look for Heidi Klum to wear to the Emmy Awards.
Season finale: Daniel has concerns about Jon Stern’s advice, Tawney reconsiders several choices and Ted Jr. asks a favor. (Just renewed!)
The Honorable Woman
Flashing back to eight years ago, a younger Haden-Hoyle climbs the ranks of MI6, while Nessa and Atika endure atrocities as they’re held captive in Gaza.
Garfunkel & Oates
After noticing a strange phenomenon where men are attracted to women who barely talk, Riki and Kate perform their own social experiment by remaining speechless on their double date for as long as they can.
You're the Worst
After Jimmy accidentally beds an A-Lister, he and Gretchen embark on an “arms race” to even out their score.