On TV this Thursday: ABC explores the Women of the Movement, Fox revives Joe Millionaire and Paramount+’s Game revival wraps its freshman run. Here are 15 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Women of the Movement Premiere, The Game Finale, Joe Millionaire Revival and More
And Just Like That...
Carrie learns to embrace the past; Miranda makes a shocking confession to Charlotte. (Who has been cut out of the season finale?)
Season 1 finale: Malik negotiates with the Colonel in an effort to avoid a potential strike; Brittany comes clean to Tasha about Club EndZone. (Not yet renewed.)
Star Trek: Prodigy
Gwyn struggles to determine her role aboard the Protostar; Dal puts his leadership skills to the test. (Star Trek: Discovery Season 4 resumes Feb. 10.)
First up, Kirsten is trapped in a decades-old family conflict. Then in a second episode, Jeevan is sent on an unexpected path. (Who was Performer of the Week?)
A series of flashbacks follow Ressler in the aftermath of Elizabeth Keen’s death. (Moving back to Fridays in February.)
Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer
Revival premiere (two hours): This time around, the dating show features not one, but two single men — only one of whom is rich. (Fox’s Midseason Report Card.)
Women of the Movement
Limited series premiere (two episodes per week): Tony winner Adrienne Warren plays Mamie Till-Mobley, whose quest to find justice after her son Emmett is brutally murdered in the Jim Crow South ignites the Civil Rights movement. (Companion docuseries Let the World See follows at 10.)
Sheldon gets his very own dorm room, while Meemaw gains an unwanted business partner. (Review every Big Bang Theory Easter egg and future reveal!)
United States of Al
Al’s college professor takes an interest in Lizzie; Riley faces an unexpected setback in his relationship with Holly. (Where does Al rank among all CBS shows?)
Sam and Jay travel to where Sam’s mother (played by Lucifer‘s Rachael Harris) died, to see if she is now a ghost. (One of the 20 Best Shows of 2021.)
The Go-Big Show
Season 2 premiere: T-Pain joins returning judges Rosario Dawson, Jennifer Nettles and Cody Rhodes.
Law & Order: SVU
As SVU investigates a wave of hate crimes on Christmas Eve, Rollins comes face to face with Capt. Declan Murphy (returning guest star Donal Logue; watch sneak peek).
Drew returns from his road trip to be with Gina and mourn the death of a beloved Valley Hills resident.
Bull helps a grieving mother sue the developers of a computer program that misidentified her son as a criminal and resulted in a fatal shooting.
Law & Order: Organized Crime
Stabler teams with an unlikely informant to track down a cybercriminal; Kilbride takes Nova under his wing. (NBC’s Midseason Report Card.)