Peacock’s hit mystery comedy poker face The first season ended with the heroine Charlie confronting music. Season 20 of best chef Heads to London for an All-Star Competition featuring 11 international divisions, a Netflix thriller. you Off the rails when returning at the end of the fourth season, Upper Souls. ghost Be in trouble when suddenly Hettie’s ill-fated husband returns from Hell.
One of 2023’s brightest new shows, it wrapped up its first season with a twisted episode written by series creator Rian Johnson (knife out)Charlie Kale (the irresistible Natasha Lyon) returns to the real world when her cover of “Jane Doe” goes flying. Back in the custody of sniper Cliff Legrand (Benjamin Bratt), she is reluctantly forced to endure a road trip to Atlantic City. The crime boss (Ron Perlman) who has been looking for her all season long awaits. What happened next was outrageous. Even a lie detector like Charlie has trouble finding the truth. but before you know it She’s fleeing again.
TV’s tastiest cooking competition takes over the world for its 40th season as host/judge Padma Lakshmi welcomes 16 contestants to London, all winners or finalists from 11 international versions of the franchise. (29 total!) An interesting clash of cultures. This is the first OG. best chef All seasons to be filmed overseas (The ending will be in Paris.) And we soon learn that it’s not the country’s version. best chef uniform Many chefs are so shocked by the fast pace of their first strand that they only have three minutes to choose five ingredients for their dish. Even the simplest of basic mistakes can send a loader, as the initial elimination challenges are obvious.
if you think you can’t go deep you haven’t seen anything yet The thriller’s final five episodes of Season 4 open with a transplant in London. Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) continues to pretend to be Jonathan Moore College Professor under the grasp of an archenemy. Candidate for Mayor and serial killer Rhys Montrose (Star Trek: Picardof Ed Speleers) as the two grow closer in a bizarre dance of death as their body grows. Things get complicated when Kate’s beloved father (Charlotte Ritchie) (Greg Kinnear) enters the scene and Na. Joe/Jonathan’s brave student Dia (Amy-Leigh Hickman) continues to spy. using her knowledge of classic detectives to spark her suspicions about her bearded American professor.
We’ve all heard about people living in hell. But for Hettie (Rebecca Wissocki), the ghost of the 19th century dowager, it becomes an unpleasant reality when Elias Woodstone, her thieves’ husband and abusive householder, lands in the shadows. you (Weepof Matt Walsh) came through a portal from hell. He demanded forgiveness from his wife. But he might as well beg the hell to stop. Until he creates some special conditions. Elsewhere in the mansion, Jay (Utkarsh Ambudkar) receives a “flower”—accidentally walking past a hippie ghost who is stoned for eternity. (Sheila Carrasco)—and he may take another hit when he tries to recreate the recipe he concocted while under the influence of powerful food critic
Eileen (Hilary Swank) is tempted to return to the newsroom just days after a hostage crisis devastating her colleague Gabriel (Pablo Castelblanco), not so much. And as a journalist’s investigation into the unsolved murder of an indigenous woman is gaining new momentum, They were distracted by rumors that the Daily Alaskan had been sold to a company known for tearing up the pages of the local newspaper. (Sadly, harsh reality for many journalists.)
Star Trek: Picard
“You killed all of us,” Will Riker (Jonathan Frakes) coldly told his former boss Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) last week. It certainly looked chilling to the Titan as it drifted helplessly through the anomaly. along with a drastically altered saboteur on board Picard takes a break to reflect on his past and try to make amends with Jack Crusher (Ed Spleyers), a son he never knew.
Inside Thursday TV:
- dangerous! (collect, check local listings): Whoever wins first High school reunion competition Take home $100,000 and a guaranteed place in this year’s Tournament of Champions.
- Young Sheldon (8/7c, CBS): Sheldon (Ian Armitage), a stranger to failure. Be misbehaving when his database has problems. It’s also weird: Overwhelming new parents Georgie (Montana Jordan) and Mandy (Emily Osment) and Missy (Raegan Revord) feel like weird siblings.
- Grey’s Anatomy (9/8c, ABC): Chez Meredith is now the House of New Interns, and things are already messed up, with Simone (Alexis Floyd) freaking out about the past’s fire after she rekindles her relationship with Lucas. (Nico Terho) Housemates.
- So help me Todd (9/8c, CBS): The Walking DeadLeila Robins guest stars as Natalie Harris, the former sister of the sorority and Margaret’s (Marcia Gay Harden) archenemy. with a teenage hacker charged with leaking confidential documents, while Todd (Skylar Astin) is in charge of the defendant.
- Confessions of a torso killer (9/8c, A&E): In two true crime specials. (Continued on Friday) Detective Robert Ancilotti Shares his conversations with the prolific serial killer. Richard Cottinghamwho was a terrorist in the New York/New Jersey area from the 1960s until the 1980s when he was arrested. It took Ancilotti for years to persuade information from the prisoners. Most recently confessed to the murder in 1967. Mary Ann Della SalaHis earliest confirmed kill.
- school spirit (streaming on Paramount+): chicken cobraYA’s Peyton List stars in YA “teen noir” as Maddie, a new ghost trapped in her high school. where she attempts to solve her own murder with the help of other spirits.