News & Notes
Tonight, ABC has the 12th fall season finale of Grey’s Anatomy, the fifth fall season finale of Scandal and the second fall season finale of How to Get Away With Murder, FOX has the third fall finale of Sleepy Hollow, and NBC has the fall finale of Heroes Reborn, the third fall season finale of The Blacklist and the first season finale of The Player.
Over on cable, Food Network has a Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives: Ultimate Turkey Fest special, IFC has the first season finale of Benders, and Lifetime has a Project Runway: Tim Gunn’s Top Runway Moments special.
On streaming, Crackle has SuperMansion S.1 Ep.9 and premieres all 10 first season episodes of The Art of More as of this morning.
The Big Bang Theory (CBS): New. Sheldon and Amy end up at the aquarium together on Thanksgiving. Howard, Bernadette, Raj and Emily volunteer at a soup kitchen. Runs 31 minutes.
Life in Pieces (CBS): New. Joan invites a neighbor that recently lost their spouse over for Thanksgiving. Colleen brings a dish that doesn’t go over that well. Jenn and Greg try to figure out who should be Lark’s godparents. Start a minute after the half hour and runs 30 minutes.
The Blacklist (NBC): Fall Finale. Red and Liz end up getting separated. Samar decides to help Liz. Tom and Liz keep going forward with their plan to help Liz. Returns Thursday, January 7th.
Elementary (CBS): New. Sherlock offers to help his father with something, if it will hasten his departure from New York. Holmes and Watson help with a case involving two men that looked alike.
The Vampire Diaries (The CW): New. Damon and Stefan learn something that their mother has been keeping a secret for 160 years, which has them questioning everything.
Sleepy Hollow (FOX): Fall Finale. Abbie is in some trouble at work. The Shard is dealt with. Returns Friday, February 5th.
The Player (NBC): Season Finale. Really it’s the series finale, but it hasn’t been officially canceled yet. Alex works with Cassandra to make sure the next bet revolves around something that will help him find Ginny.
- Ash vs Evil Dead (Starz Edge): Repeat. This past Saturday night’s episode, “Books From Beyond,” replays. Runs 30 minutes.
- Bones (FOX): New. The team works on a case involving a political journalist that was murdered after writing a story about the NSA, which has Hodgins paranoid.
- Grey’s Anatomy (ABC): Fall Finale. The doctors treat a group of firefighters that have been fighting a wildfire. Maggie has a problem keeping things professional at work with Andrew. Returns Thursday, February 11th.
- Haven (Syfy): New. Nathan deals with someone from his past after entering the Void. Audrey and Duke try to stop a newly troubled person that is out for revenge. Plays again later.
- Heroes Reborn (NBC): New. Malina’s true power is released. Tommy has to team up with an enemy. Ren looks for Miko. Returns Thursday, January 7th.
- Homeland (ShoTOO): Repeat. This past Sunday night’s episode, “Oriole,” replays. Plays again later on Showtime.
- How to Get Away With Murder (ABC): Fall Finale. Sinclair gets a big break in a case. More info is learned about the night Annalise was shot. Returns Thursday, February 11th.
- Mom (CBS): New. Christy and Bonnie get addicted to helping people after doing so goes well. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 29 minutes.
- The Originals (The CW): New. An attempt at a truce is negotiated over Thanksgiving dinner.
- Scandal (ABC): Fall Finale. Olivia doesn’t like her new duties at the White House. Jake and Huck continue to look for Rowan. Returns Thursday, February 11th.
- ESPN has Thursday Night College Football action with East Carolina at Central Florida.
- ESPN2 has quadruple-header college basketball action.
- NFL Network has Thursday Night Football action with the Tennessee Titans at the Jacksonville Jaguars.
- TNT has doubleheader NBA action tonight.
Thursday TV Marathons
Blue Bloods (ION): Has 13 episodes.
House (WEtv): Eight episodes.
Law & Order (SundanceTV): Has 10 episodes tonight into late night.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (USA Network): Nine episodes today.