What to Watch Today

Sunday Night Football, Queen Hires Exorcist Fave and More

On TV this Thursday: Sunday Night Football kicks off on a special night, an Exorcist vet works for the Queen of the South and Sarah Silverman’s lovefest with America continues. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • Hulu
    I Love You, America With Sarah Silverman

    Season 2 premiere: Silverman attends a pro-life meeting and discusses the country’s challenging relationship with the truth; guests include the Philadelphia Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins and the Seattle Seahawks’ Doug Baldwin.

  • CBS All Access
    One Dollar

    Petty crook Ken Fry complicates Chewy and Rook’s investigation into the “Seven Bloods” case; Dannie looks into Garrett’s background.

  • NBC
    Sunday Night Football

    Season 32 premiere (special night): The Philadelphia Eagles take on the Atlanta Falcons. (Football Night in America precedes at 7 pm.)

  • CBS
    Young Sheldon

    Repeat to Revisit: Sheldon joins the school’s drama department after suffering a loss at the science fair; Jason Alexander (Seinfeld) guest-stars as Mr. Lundy.

  • CBS
    Big Brother

    Following an eviction, the remaining Houseguests compete for the next Head of Household. (Get CBS fall premiere dates.)

  • ABC
    Match Game

    Celeb panelists include Mario Cantone, Sandra Bernhard, Oliver Hudson, Caroline Rhea, Adam Rodriguez and Eva Marcille.

  • USA Network
    Queen of the South

    Teresa comes face to face with her sworn enemy; Alfonso Herrera (The Exorcist) begins an arc as Teresa’s newest employee. (Get First Look.)

  • USA Network

    In the cancelled series‘ penultimate episode, Bob Lee finds himself torn between his longing for justice and the desire to keep his family together. (Which cast member already has a new gig?)

  • FX

    Franklin, dissatisfied with his crew, resorts to extreme measures; Lucia and Gustavo negotiate a deal to save their lives.

  • ABC
    Take Two

    Sam and Eddie search for a stolen painting valued at $50 million; Sam gets back out on the dating scene. (Get ABC fall premiere dates.)