On TV this Thursday: Vampire Diaries enters its post-Dobrev era, chaotic Haven assembles a much-needed task force, The Originals welcomes a Mars visitor and Billy On the Street moves to truTV. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
TVD and The Originals Return, Haven's End Begins and More
The Vampire Diaries
Season 7 premiere: Bonnie appoints herself as Damon’s moral compass as he faces the reality of life without Elena. (Get scoop.)
Booth’s status becomes more mysterious after it’s revealed that Agent Miller has been hiding vital information. (Watch a gross sneak peek.)
Thursday Night Football
Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts travel to Houston to take on J.J. Watts and the Texans.
Season 3 premiere: Freya attempts to mend the strain between Elijah and Klaus; Cami and Vincent help Detective Kinney (Jason Dohring, Veronica Mars) track a serial killer. (Watch trailer.)
Liz escapes from the Russian embassy as Ressler closes in on her and Red; the FBI works towards forcing Cooper out of the task force.
Pandora unleashes a new form of evil, forcing Abbie and Ichabod to revisit their pasts in new and unexpected ways.
Olivia and Fitz face major consequences; Mellie calls upon an old friend to ensure she gets her way; Abby proves to Olivia she can work at the White House.
Season 5B premiere (2 hours): First up, Duke’s trouble inflicts chaos, while Charlotte and Audrey team up to battle a fog. Then at 11, Nathan establishes a task force as Dwight attempts to maintain control.
How to Get Away With Murder
The team investigates a high-end sex club after Annalise takes on a new client; a motive is discovered in the case of the potentially murderous siblings.
Funny or Die's Billy On the Street
Season 4 premiere: After a rousing game of La(Tina Fey), Billy christens his new network by ambushing New Yorkers with his take on Emma Stone.
COMING NEXT THURSDAY: The season premiere of Comedy Central’s Nathan For You.