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The Good Place Awaits a Verdict, Legacies Dance and More

'The Good Place' 4x08

On TV this Thursday: Legacies hosts an ’80s-themed dance, Fred Armisen drops by Superstore and The Good Place determines the fate of human existence. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • MTV
    Floribama Shore

    Season 3 premiere (two episodes): Aimee celebrates her graduation from anger management classes; one of the crew is hauled off in an ambulance.

  • ABC
    Grey's Anatomy

    Mer must reckon with her past as she goes before the medical board; interns vie to be the most successful on their cases in the absence of multiple attendings.

  • NBC
    Superstore

    Amy and Jonah help Mateo run a toy drive, but clash with a competing charity rep (played by SNL vet Fred Armisen; view exclusive photos). (Get casting scoop!)

  • CBS
    The Unicorn

    Wade panics when he goes out of town and realizes that he’s the girls’ sole caretaker; Missi Pyle (Bob Hearts Abishola‘s recent nightmare date!) guest-stars.

  • ABC
    A Million Little Things

    When Maggie receives a fellowship opportunity, Gary is forced to reevaluate his own future; the group comes together following a(nother?!) devastating loss.

  • The CW
    Legacies

    Hope and Lizzie get trapped inside a never-ending labyrinth; Josie and Landon contemplate their relationship; the school preps for an ’80s-themed dance.

  • NBC
    The Good Place

    Team Cockroach awaits the judge’s final decision on the fate of human existence. No big deal or anything. (Get series finale date.)

  • NBC
    Will & Grace

    Will and Grace compete over whose process of having a baby is more difficult; Karen turns to old acquaintance Amy (SNL‘s Vanessa Bayer) for help with Danley.

  • CBS
    Evil

    The Monsignor turns to Kristen, David and Ben to investigate after a woman (Masters of Sex‘s Annaleigh Ashford) confesses to murder during her exorcism.

  • ABC
    How to Get Away With Murder

    Bonnie’s world gets turned upside down; the students compete for a large cash bonus during their final exam.