On TV this Thursday: Superstore goes out of business, Call Me Kat wraps its freshman run and Station 19 uncovers a shocking secret. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Superstore Closes Forever, Call Me Kat Wraps and More
Series premiere: Brilliant bakers must impress YouTuber Rosanna Pansino and her “cake council” to walk away with the $10,000 prize.
John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise
The six-part docuseries tells the story of one of the world’s most notorious serial killers — through the words of Gacy himself.
The Runaway Bunny
Based on the children’s book of the same name, this animated special features an original Margaret Wise Brown lullaby read by Tracee Ellis Ross, and songs by Mariah Carey, Rosanne Cash and Ziggy Marley.
The six remaining chefs are tasked with recreating one of Chef Ramsay’s fish dishes based solely on taste; Criss Angel makes an appearance.
People Presents: Harry & Meghan's American Dream
The hour-long special recaps Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s first year in America.
Vic learns of a shocking secret; Andy is mad at Sullivan for undermining her authority; Maya struggles with jealousy when one of Carina’s exes comes to visit.
Call Me Kat
Season 1 finale: Kat marks the one-year anniversary of the café with a funeral for the beloved Mr. Mousekers; Kat, Randi and Oscar try to make amends for the mistakes they’ve made. (Not yet renewed.)
As Teddy deals with a heart-wrenching loss, Amelia tries to help by encouraging Owen to accept and forgive her (get scoop on how that may go).
MG deals with the consequences of a controversial decision; Hope sets a high-risk plan in motion. (Fall behind? Read Episode 7 recap.)
Last Man Standing
Kristin is put in charge of Outdoor Man while Mike’s away; Vanessa and Kyle upgrade the backyard play area; Ryan teaches Mandy how to play chess.
A Million Little Things
🏆 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 🏆
On March 25, 1985, Academy Award winner Sally Field gave her famous “You like me!” acceptance speech. Revisit that and more of the Oscars’ Most Memorable Moments.