On TV this Thursday: Amateur chef Selena Gomez cooks up a new streaming entrée, Infinity Train gets rerouted from Cartoon Network to HBO Max, and game’s over for Adam Scott’s Don’t. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Selena Gomez Gets Cooking, Don't Finale and More
Stateside premiere (all eight episodes): The Australian comedy follows five singles who meet at a wedding and decide to buy a house together; Kat Stewart (Offspring), Stephen Peacocke (Whiskey Tango Foxtrot), Doris Younane (Frayed), Katie Robertson (Rosehaven), Roy Joseph (Halim), Kate Jenkinson (Wentworth) and Hugh Sheridan (Packed to the Rafters) star.
Book 3 premiere (first five episodes): Grace, Simon, Hazel and Tuba embark on a journey to the Apex.
Selena + Chef
Series premiere (first three episodes): In each episode of this “unapologetically authentic cook-along,” former Disney Channel star Selena Gomez is joined remotely by a different world-renowned chef who helps her tackle cuisines of every variety. (Watch trailer; get the 4-1-1 on Gomez’s Hulu comedy.)
Keesha and Kevin face the first eviction of the season, and a new Head of Household is crowned. (Who has the best chance of winning Season 22?)
Coronavirus and the Classroom
Lester Holt anchors this look at education in America and the challenges faced amid the pandemic as kids, parents and teachers navigate a return to school.
Season 1 finale: The campmates vote one last time; two campers clash about the clues they’ve received up to this point; the killer is revealed.
Through 11 pm | Highlights include the Snoop Dogg-narrated Jaws in America, which examines why great whites are taking up residence along America’s shores. (View complete schedule.)
Season 1 finale: The Williams family tries to win $100,000 by competing in “Don’t Drink,” “Don’t Look Back” and other games. (Not yet renewed.)
In the first half of a two-parter, Terry learns dance moves to impress Vicky, and Lucy realizes that her date is more like his mother than she’d care to admit.
To Tell the Truth
Celeb panelists include Jenna Fischer (The Office), Deon Cole (black-ish), Rumer Willis (Empire) and boxing legend Mike Tyson.