On TV this Thursday: Shemar Moore leads CBS’ S.W.A.T. team, Young Sheldon makes his official debut, Superstore takes on the health care debate and Mom kicks off Season 5. Here are 13 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
Shemar Moore's S.W.A.T., Mom Returns, Young Sheldon, NBC Fall Finales and More
The Big Bang Theory
Time slot premiere: Sheldon and Wil Wheaton compete to be the new Professor Proton; Bob Newhart returns as Arthur Jeffries.
Fall finale: Amy and Jonah try to come up with an alternative to Cloud 9’s terrible health plan; Dina helps Glenn with a very personal issue. (Returns when?)
Jackson invites the guys to relax with him on a day at sea; a patient is hiding a deadly secret.
With Pyg striking fear throughout Gotham, Gordon and Bullock look for clues in the Narrows; a former classmate invites Bruce along for a night out.
The Good Place
Fall finale: Janet stirs up trouble for Michael with new companion Derek; Eleanor confesses a secret to Chidi. (Returns when?)
Time slot premiere: Sheldon relies on a self-help book in his efforts to make a new friend. (Psst… hear the good news?)
Season 5 premiere: Bonnie grows anxious about her future with Adam; Christy must pass an important test to help a fellow alcoholic.
Just as Diggle starts to get things in order, Black Siren launches an attack on the citizens of Star City. (Read preview Q&A.)
Will & Grace
Fall finale: Karen struggles with a personal tragedy; Minnie Driver reprises her role as Lorraine Finster. (Returns when?)
Fall finale: Jeremy invites Katie on an investigative stakeout; Chuck befriends Portia’s fiancé (played by NFL player Rashad Jennings). (Returns when?)
Life in Pieces
Season 3 premiere: The entire Hughes family moves in with John and Joan; Matt and Colleen eye a financial settlement (watch sneak peek).
Series premiere: A Marine-turned-officer (Criminal Minds‘ Shemar Moore) is put in charge of his S.W.A.T. unit after a race-related shooting; Jay Harrington (Better Off Ted), Kenny Johnson (The Shield), Stephanie Sigman (The Bridge), Lina Esco (Kingdom), Peter Onorati (This Is Us) and Alex Russell co-star. (Read First Impression.)