Thursday TV: Manifest S.3 Premiere, The Moodys S.2 Premiere, Clarice & More

by Jason the TVaholic on April 1, 2021

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News & Notes

Get Clarice Season 1 Episodes on Amazon VideoTonight, CBS has the series premiere of United States of Al, FOX has the second season premiere of The Moodys, and NBC has the third season premiere of Manifest and the series premiere of Law & Order: Organized Crime.

Over on cable, Bravo has the 18th season premiere of Top Chef and Food Network has the ninth season finale of Dinner: Impossible.

On streaming, as of this morning, AllBlk has the first season finale of Millennials, AMC+ has the 10th season finale of The Walking Dead, HBO Max has the first spring season finale of Genera+ion and the series premiere of Made for Love, and Shudder has the second season premiere of Creepshow.

Next Thursday, AMC+ has the sixth spring season premiere of Fear the Walking Dead, Freeform has the second season premiere of Everything’s Gonna Be Okay, Netflix has the first season finales of Hello Me! and Sisyphus and drops Season 1 of The Way of the Househusband, Paramount+ has the fourth season premiere of No Activity, and Sundance NOW has the second season finale of Playing for Keeps.

Prime Picks

Manifest (NBC): Season Premiere. Ben and Vance head on an international trip to hopefully find a clue to what happened to Flight 828.

The Moodys (FOX): Season Premiere. Two episodes play. Sean Sr. is thinking about retiring and going on a cross-country RV trip with Ann and Sean Jr. takes over the business. Ann is really into her new career. Dan is headed to Chicago to live with Cora.

Clarice (CBS): New. Clarice ends up at a dinner with Catherine and Ruth Martin.

Solid Selections

Station 19 (ABC): New. Jack realizes he is making an impact. Travis and Vic have their friendship tested.

Mom (CBS): New. Bonnie is playing protector. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 29 minutes.
B Positive (CBS): New. Gina tries teaching the dog some new tricks.

A Million Little Things (ABC): New. Regina thinks Rome may have taken one of her Vicodin.

Other Options

  • City on a Hill (Showtime): Repeat. This past Sunday night’s second season premiere episode, “Bill Russell’s Bedsheets,” replays. Plays again later two times.
  • Grey’s Anatomy (ABC): New. Doctors worry that ventilators are running short. Runs 61 minutes.
  • Law & Order: Organized Crime (NBC): Series Premiere. Elliot Stabler is back in the NYPD to go after power crime groups after a big personal loss. The story starts on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit right before.
  • United States of Al (CBS): Series Premiere. A Marine veteran is back from Afghanistan and is happy that he has finally been able to get his former unit’s interpreter a visa to travel to the U.S. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 30 minutes.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN has quadruple-header MLB action with the Toronto Blue Jays at the New York Yankees, the Los Angeles Dodgers at the Colorado Rockies, the New York Mets at the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros at the Oakland Athletics.
  • ESPN+ has MLB action today with the Atlanta Braves at the Philadelphia Phillies.
  • Golf Channel has first round coverage of the ANA Inspiration LPGA Event and first round coverage of the Valero Texas Open PGA Event.
  • TNT has doubleheader NBA action tonight with the Charlotte Hornets at the Brooklyn Nets followed by the Denver Nuggets at the Los Angeles Clippers.

Thursday TV Marathons

The Andy Griffith Show (SundanceTV): Has 11 episodes early.
Chicago P.D. (ION): Has 16 episodes today into late night.
ER (Pop): Six episodes early.
The Facts of Life (Logo): Has 10 episodes today.
Friends (Nickelodeon): Has 12 episodes tonight into late night.
Gilmore Girls (Logo): Six episodes early.
House (Pop): Seven episodes today.
Impractical Jokers (truTV): Has 30 episodes today and nine in late night.
Key & Peele (MTV2): Has 12 episodes tonight.
Law & Order (SundanceTV): Has 13 episodes today into late night.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (WEtv): Nine episodes today.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (USA Network): Has 12 episodes.
Major Crimes (Lifetime): Five episodes today.
NCIS: New Orleans (Pop): Five episodes tonight into late night.
The Office (Comedy Central): Has 14 episodes tonight.
South Park (Comedy Central): Has 10 episodes into late night.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (BBC America): Five episodes early.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (BBC America): Eight episodes today.
Tosh.0 (MTV2): Has 12 episodes in late night.
Two and a Half Men (IFC): Has 10 episodes tonight.

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