On TV this Thursday: Young Sheldon marks a milestone, Bel-Air gets a special visitor, HBO Max serves up the life of Julia Child (bon appetit!) and more. 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
Young Sheldon No. 100, Julia Gets Cooking, Live-Action OddParents, Bel-Air Finale and More
Season 1 finale: An unexpected guest drops by the Banks home; Hilary and Ivy scheme to buy out Kylo. (Watch sneak peek; previously renewed.)
In the penultimate hour, Elizabeth and Sunny, under intense scrutiny from the Wall Street Journal, double down on defense; Tyler and Erika face a difficult choice.
The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder
Series premiere (all 13 episodes): Combining live action and animation, this picks up years after the original by following Timmy Turner’s cousin, “Viv,” and her stepbrother Roy, as they navigate life with the help of Wanda and Cosmo. (Watch trailer.)
In Episode 2, Master Chief brings Kwan to an old friend (played by Bokeem Woodbine); the Covenant plots to steal the artifact. (The premiere earned a “B.”)
Series premiere (first three episodes): Happy Valley‘s Sarah Lancashire is Julia Child, pioneer of the modern cooking show; David Hyde Pierce (Frasier) co-stars.
Film premiere: Lana Condor (To All the Boys) and Cole Sprouse (Riverdale) star in this sci-fi rom-com about Mars being colonized by the best humanity has to offer.
Season 4B premiere: Arc 4 of “Phantoms” kicks off with three new episodes.
Cordell reaches a breaking point with Denise, who sets her sights on revenge; tensions between the Walker and Davidson families hit a fever pitch.
Mer struggles to step away from work as she spends a sick day at home with Zola, who is one of her children; the hospital receives an unexpected visitor.
How We Roll
Series premiere: Pete Holmes (Crashing) fronts this comedy inspired by the life of Tom Smallwood, playing a man who gets laid off from a factory job and decides to follow his dream of becoming a pro bowler. Katie Lowes (Scandal), Chi McBride (H50) and Julie White (NCIS: Hawai’i) co-star.
This week’s synopsis reads, “This one was cool. Going to rich parties and meeting weirdos. Season 1 was better.”