What to Watch Today

The Night Shift Admits a Justified Vet, Nashville and More

On TV this Thursday: A Justified alum plays a Night Shift sister, Nashville‘s Gunnar confronts his past and the stars of CHiPs face off against Blossom’s bestie on Battle of the Network Stars. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • NBC
    Hollywood Game Night

    Celebrity contestants include Michael Bolton, NeYo, Nick and Vanessa Lachey, Chris Parnell and J.B. Smoove.

  • ABC
    Battle of the Network Stars

    This week’s battle pits “TV Cops” (Erik Estrada and Larry Wilcox, Kelly Hu, Jodi Lyn O’Keefe and Lorenzo Lamas) against the “TV Sitcoms” team (Todd Bridges, Leigh-Allyn Baker, Dave Foley, Willie Garson and Jenna von Oy). (Get ABC fall premiere dates.)

  • CMT

    Gunnar visits his hometown; Juliette and Maddie are nominated for the same award. (Who received TVLine accolades?)

  • The CW
    Hooten & the Lady

    Alex and Hooten are tracked by local Egyptians amid their search for the long-lost tomb of Alexander the Great. (Get CW fall premiere dates.)

  • PBS
    The Tunnel

    In the penultimate Season 2 episode, Elise and Karl try to get to Vanessa in time; Eryka and Elise begin to regret their relationship. (When does Poldark return?)

  • NBC
    The Wall

    @Midnight was just cancelled. If you don’t watch this Chris Hardwick show, he’ll only have, like, seven jobs left. (Get NBC fall premiere dates.)

  • Spike
    The Mist

    Kevin becomes an involuntary Mist viewer test subject; Nathalie has a violent encounter with a church parishioner.

  • NBC
    The Night Shift

    Paul’s sister (Justified’s Erica Tazel), a superstar doc, pays San Antonio Memorial a visit; TC deals with Topher’s death upon his return home. (Which familiar faces will board a possible Season 5?)

  • USA Network
    Queen of the South

    Teresa and her crew are sent to Chicago to set up a meeting with a distributor. (When does Jessica Biel’s The Sinner debut?)

  • CBS

    Jamie convinces Mitch and Logan to help her hunt members of a group known for sterilizing humans. (Who was Performer of the Week?)