On TV this Thursday: HBO Max closes the book on Station Eleven, John Cena reprises his role as Peacemaker, and Josh Gad and Isla Fisher make an unhealthy pair. Here are 13 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Station Eleven Ends, Peacemaker and Wolf Like Me Premiere, Challenge: All Stars Finale and More
Film premiere: A mystery writer (Charmed‘s Alyssa Milano) attempts to solve her sister’s murder. (What else is streaming in January?)
The Challenge: All Stars
Season 2 finale: One duo proves to be the best of the best and takes home the cash prize.
My Mom, Your Dad
Series premiere (all eight episodes): Single parents are nominated by their college-age kids for a second chance at love; Yvonne Orji (Insecure) hosts.
Series premiere (first three episodes): John Cena reprises his role from James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, alongside movie costars Jennifer Holland and Steve Agee, Freddie Stroma (Bridgerton), Danielle Brooks (OITNB), Chukwudi Iwuji (Designated Survivor) and Robert Patrick (Scorpion). (Read review.)
Limited series finale: Kirsten sets a plan in motion, while Miranda tries to live the right life. (Who received TVLine accolades?)
Wolf Like Me
Series premiere (all six episodes): An emotional wreck (Avenue 5‘s Josh Gad) enters into a relationship with a highly secretive woman (Wedding Crashers‘ Isla Fisher). (Watch trailer.)
Walker adjusts to life without his partner; Serano’s lawyers attempt to use Liam’s mistake as a way to set their client free. (Legacies‘ return delayed.)
Women of the Movement
Mamie insists on a public wake with an open casket to ensure that Emmett did not die in vain. Then in the second episode, the historic trial gets underway.
Sheldon acts as Mary’s spy during a youth lock-in at church; Georgie crushes on an older woman (played by Mom vet Emily Osment).
Call Me Kat
Episode 2 / time slot premiere: Kat is determined to plan the best anniversary; Randi and Carter navigate their new relationship.
Gina receives a surprise visit from her sister (played by two-time Tony winner Katie Finneran); Drew and Harry hit the open road.
Episode 2 / time slot premiere: Amy deals with survivor’s guilt; Jodie’s relationship with her trainer takes a turn; Sarah is bullied at work.
Law & Order: Organized Crime
Stabler is convinced Wheatley is responsible for a barrage of crippling cyber attacks (duh!); Bernie receives an unwelcome visitor.
🧼 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 🧼
On Jan. 13, 2012, the daytime drama One Life to Live aired its final episode on ABC, after a more than 43-year run. (The sudser, like All My Children, later had a brief “revival” on The Online Network.)