On TV this Thursday: Covert Affairs continues, Bones suspects a Downton Abbey star, White Collar begins its final season, The Big Bang Theory revisits prom and Grey’s Anatomy gets a mother’s touch. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
White Collar and Covert Return, the Men's Wedding and More
A case quickly escalates when the death of an immigrant maid leads to an investigation into her employer (Downton Abbey’s Phyllis Logan guest-stars).
A case affects Owen when he realizes that his patient may have served in the military; April’s mother (Connie Ray, The Big C) visits; Dr. Herman shares news.
The Big Bang Theory
The gang recreates a high school prom on the roof, but Sheldon is worried he has to partake in the romantic traditions. (See photos.)
While the town continues to turn against Jack, Beth makes the decision to confront Gemma.
Olivia turns to Tom for more information about Jake while her team reacts to Leo Bergen’s new client. Also, LizzyBear’s alliance is revealed.
Final season premiere: Before Peter bargains for Neal’s freedom, Neal must first gain access to a crime syndicate. Elsewhere, the Burkes’ “long distance” plan is thrown a curve ball.
Two and a Half Men
Walden and Alan appear to be heading for a wedding — if Alan can get past his husband-to-be’s request for a pre-nup. Michael Bolton guest-stars; see photos.
Midseason premiere: While Annie goes on a mission in Istanbul, McQuaid’s health remains in question; Arthur takes over McQuaid Security; Calder has a new asset.
How to Get Away With Murder
The team continues to work on Rebecca’s case, until the judge enforces a gag order. Meanwhile, Michaela is given a pre-nup and Laurel and Frank’s bond grows. In flash-forwards, Wes and Rebecca’s relationship is explored.
Amber babysits Max and Nora, but when things don’t go as planned she relies on Sarah. Elsewhere, Hank and Sandy have an emotional talk, leaving Sandy shocked at how far Hank has come.