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Search Party Finale, Superstore Ex Returns and More

Search Party Season 4 finale - HBO Max

On TV this Thursday: Search Party and Ruthless wrap their seasons, a Superstore ex returns to Cloud 9 and Tyler Perry hosts a COVID vaccine roundtable. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • BET+
    Tyler Perry's Ruthless

    Season 1 finale: Andrew must fake Sarah’s death when the Rakudushis put his loyalty to the test. (Not yet renewed.)

  • HBO Max
    Search Party

    Season 4 finale (four episodes): The gang gets some closure as Dory’s wild journey reaches a dramatic finish; Susan Sarandon guest-stars. (Not yet renewed.)

  • ABC
    Celebrity Wheel of Fortune

    Constance Zimmer, Maria Menounos and Yvette Nicole Brown spin the wheel. (Get Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 return dates!)

  • Freeform

    Ana makes a discovery about Javi that challenges her belief system; Aaron learns about Cal U’s investment in private prisons. (Bold Type final season news!)

  • The CW

    Walker struggles to reconnect with his kids, while memories of Emily hinder his ranger recertification process. (Just how well did the series premiere do?)

  • NBC

    Mateo, Glenn and Sandra worry about Jonah’s emotional state; Kelly Stables reprises her role as Jonah’s ex Kelly (view photos).

  • BET
    COVID-19 Vaccine and the Black Community - A Tyler Perry Special

    Perry sits down with top medical experts to address the public’s concerns and fears about the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • The CW

    The Super Squad receives devastating news involving one of their own; Alaric turns to Sheriff Mac for her assistance getting some timely affairs in order.

  • Fox
    Last Man Standing

    Vanessa must choose between Evelyn and Sarah for the Outdoor Man toddler campaign; Ryan plans to buy the house next door to Mike and Vanessa.

  • CBS
    The Unicorn

    Wade wants Shannon to spend the night, but has to discuss it with Natalie and Grace first; Ben grows jealous of the attention Michelle is giving to her school work.

    Na-nu, na-nu! On Jan. 28, 1978, Robin Williams made his debut as Mork (from Ork) on Happy Days. The spinoff Mork & Mindy premiered that September.