What to Watch Today

Star Trek: Discovery and Young Justice Midseason Finales, the Queen of Universe Crowned and More

Star Trek: Discovery

On TV this Thursday: Star Trek: Discovery and Young Justice head for hiatus, Station Eleven‘s Kirsten embarks on a traumatic journey and Queen of the Universe crowns its first-ever winner. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • HBO Max
    And Just Like That...

    Carrie recuperates from hip surgery; Charlotte learns surprising news about Lily; Miranda faces some truths about her life. (Read Episode 4 post mortem.)

  • Paramount+
    The Game

    Brittany has a surprise for Jason; Jamison and Brittany wind up on a double date with Garret and Raquel; Malik reconnects with a former teammate.

  • HBO Max
    The Not-Too-Late Show With Elmo

    Season 2 finale: Guests include Isaiah Russell-Bailey and James Monroe Iglehart.

  • Paramount+
    Queen of the Universe

    Season 1 finale: After Ada Vox, Aria B Cassadine and Grag Queen perform one last time, a winner is named. (A new episode of The Challenge: All Stars is also streaming Thursday.)

  • Paramount+
    Star Trek: Discovery

    Midseason finale: Tensions soar as representatives from across the galaxy meet to confront the threat of the Dark Matter Anomaly; Zora’s sentience raises questions. (Season 4 resumes Feb. 10.)

  • HBO Max
    Station Eleven

    Two episodes: Kirsten pursues The Prophet, then embarks on a journey to her deepest trauma.

  • HBO Max
    Young Justice

    Midseason finale: Zatanna and the Sentinels of Magic form surprising alliances. (.ABT etad nruter.)

  • ESPN
    College Football

    Four games: North Carolina vs. South Carolina in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl (at 11:30 am); Tennessee vs. Purdue in the Music City Bowl (3 pm); Michigan State vs. Pittsburgh in the Peach Bowl (7 pm); Wisconsin vs. Arizona State in the Las Vegas Bowl (10:30 pm).

  • Fox
    All Madden

    This documentary chronicles the life and football career of the late John Madden, who died Tuesday at the age of 85.

  • ABC

    Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven embark on a remarkable journey in the modern Disney classic.

    On Dec. 30, 1953 — ahead of RCA’s in-color broadcast of the New Year’s Day Rose Parade — the first color TV sets went on sale to the public, for north of $1,100 (or $11,500 in today’s dollars).