On TV this Thursday: Star Trek: Discovery concludes its second-year mission, Life in Pieces returns after an extended hiatus and Seth Meyers has a very Late Night. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Star Trek: Discovery Finale, Life in Pieces Returns and More
The Good Fight
A celebrity hairdresser (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt‘s Tituss Burgess) turns to Lucca for help with a postnuptial agreement with a high-profile client.
In the series’ penultimate episode, Gordon must rally former enemies to help defeat Bane and save the city; Nyssa kidnaps Barbara’s newborn; Bruce makes a decision that points him towards his destiny.
The Big Bang Theory
Just six episodes left! Amy has a meltdown about what it would mean to win a Nobel Prize; Oscar winner Regina King reprises her role as HR admin Janine Davis.
Star Trek: Discovery
Season 2 finale: Discovery battles Control with the help of some unexpected friends, while Spock and Burnham identify new connections between the red signals. (Check renewal status.)
Life in Pieces
Season 4 premiere (two episodes, special time): First up, the Shorts head to Yucatan for a family getaway. Then, in its regular 9:30 pm time slot, Colleen and Matt try to impress a potential birth mom (The Act’s Joey King), while Jen’s pregnancy takes its toll on Greg (watch sneak peek).
In the Dark
Murphy organizes an outreach presentation at Fairview High in an effort to try and locate Tyson’s girlfriend Kira.
In Season 2’s second-to-last episode (and a particular challenge for Adrienne Palicki), a time distortion alters Ed and Kelly’s relationship.
In an episode directed by Joe Lo Truglio, Jake and Capt. Holt work a case at Kevin’s university, while Amy and Terry take the rest of the precinct out for lunch.
For the People
Sandra negotiates a plea agreement for a homeless man accused of trespassing a national wildlife refuge; Roger and Jill’s relationship is put to the test.
Late Night With Seth Meyers
90 minutes: This extended episode is set to feature a “Closer Look” at the Mueller Report, a new installment of “Game of Jones” with Leslie Jones, and a sit-down with Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg.