On TV this Thursday: Miles Teller and Andrew Garfield lead new limited series, Tokyo Vice goes off duty, Made for Love returns for Season 2 and the NFL Draft gets underway. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
The Offer and Under the Banner of Heaven Bow, Made for Love Returns, Tokyo Vice Finale and More
Made for Love
Season 2 premiere (first two episodes): Hazel and Byron’s toxic relationship paves the way for an unlikely partnership. (Watch trailer.)
Limited series premiere (first three episodes): Miles Teller plays Oscar-winning producer Albert S. Ruddy in this scripted look at the making of The Godfather; Juno Temple (Ted Lasso), Matthew Goode (A Discovery of Witches), Giovanni Ribisi (Sneaky Pete) and Dan Fogler (The Walking Dead) co-star. (Watch trailer.)
Limited series finale: Samantha risks it all to ensure Polina’s safe return; Sato deals with a problematic recruit; Jake gets a surprise visit from Tozawa’s men.
Under the Banner of Heaven
Limited series premiere (first two episodes): Andrew Garfield plays a devout detective whose faith is tested as he investigates a brutal murder; Daisy Edgar-Jones (Normal People) co-stars.
Rece Davis, Mike Greenberg and Rich Eisen lead Round 1 coverage for ABC, ESPN and the NFL Network, respectively.
In need of help, Cordell must put his faith in someone from his past. (Jared Padalecki is on the mend after car crash!)
Call Me Kat
Crossover alert! Welcome to Flatch‘s Kelly and Shrub stop by Kat’s café; Max tries to exploit The Masked Singer‘s Robin Thicke to benefit his music career.
How We Roll
Two episodes: Tom worries about Helen’s safety after she gets stuck in a laundry basket (see photo, no really). Then at 9:30 pm, Tom and Jen agree to go on a double date with Helen and Archie.
Law & Order: SVU
Garland (former series regular Demore Barnes) asks Benson to reopen a missing persons case he worked as a rookie officer.
Lizzie devises a plan to help Hope; Cleo worries about her visions; Landon makes a shocking discovery. (Read preview.)
“White people watching this be like… Pain.” (Ending with Season 4.)