Thursday TV: Restaurant: Impossible, Walker: Independence, The Last of Us Encore & More

News & Notes

Get Restaurant: Impossible Episodes via Amazon VideoOn cable tonight, UPtv has the second season premiere of Mystic.

On streaming, as of this morning, AllBlk has the first season finale of Hush, Netflix drops the first season of That ’90s Show and limited series Women at War, and Paramount+ has Criminal Minds: Evolution S.1 Ep.7.

Next Thursday, AllBlk has the second seaosn finale of Snap, Paramount+ has Criminal Minds: Evolution S.1 Ep.8, Teen Wolf: The Movie and the series premiere of Wolf Pack, Peacock has the series premiere and Ep.2-4 of Poker Face, and SundanceNOW has the second season premiere and S.2 Ep.2 of Clean Sweep.

Prime Picks

Restaurant: Impossible (Food Network): New. “Missing Pepper in Baton Rouge.” Plays again later.

Walker: Independence (The CW): New. “Stange Bedfellows.”

The Last of Us (HBO): Repeat. This past Sunday night’s series premiere episode, “When You’re Lost in the Darkness,” replays. Runs 85 minutes.

Solid Selections

Law & Order (NBC): Repeat. The second episode, “Battle Lines,” of Season 22 replays.

So Help Me Todd (CBS): Repeat. The seventh episode, “Long Lost Lawrence,” replays. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 59 minutes.

Your Honor (Showtime): Repeat. This past Sunday night’s second season premiere episode, “Part 11,” replays. Plays again later.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN+ has 53 college basketball games including Florida Atlantic at UTSA.
  • ESPN2 has college basketball action tonight with Purdue at Minnesota.
  • FS1 has tripleheader college basketball action tonight with Rutgers at Michigan State, a game and UCLA at Arizona State.
  • Golf Channel has first round coverage of the Tournament of Champions LPGA event, The American Express PGA event and the Championship at Hualalai Champions event.
  • NBA TV has action today with the Chicago Bulls at the Detroit Pistons.
  • TNT has doubleheader NBA action tonight with the Golden State Warriors at the Boston Celtics followed by the Brooklyn Nets at the Phoenix Suns.

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