Rob Lowe Moonlight from 9-1-1: Lone Star and his equally charismatic and charismatic son, John Owen Lowe, in this groundbreaking and thrilling comedy about the growing relationship between father and son. Rob is Ellis Dragon, a world-renowned biotech innovator. A visionary project to save the world may be in jeopardy due to the mentally unstable following his wife’s death. (Apple TV+ comedy show shrink There are similar assumptions, albeit with much lower stakes) to save his company and to keep the board involved from getting behind CFO Anna (FleabagSian Clifford’s brilliant Sian Clifford) enlists the help of Ellis’s estranged flute-playing son, Jackson (John Owen), to reunite and hopefully stir up the grieving father’s chemistry between Lowes. is great and the influence of fellow creators/producers. Victor Fresco (Better close Ted, Andy Richter controls the universe.recently Santa Clarita food) can experience the weirdness of the workplace inspired by it. Not a fool in this ensemble includes Fred Armisen as a therapist who doesn’t want to leave Dragon’s settlement.
Another descendant of the ghost arrives in Woodstone when 1930s jazz singer (Danielle Pinnock) great-grandson Alicia (Ashley D. Kelly) Checks out Woodstone and is so intrigued by a podcast investigating the murders of her ancestors that she begins to fall for creepy co-host Todd (Rodrigo Fernandez StollAs Alberta and the other spirits beg Sam (Rose McIver) to stop the attraction. Another supernatural relationship was in danger. When the secret relationship between Hetty (Rebecca Whissocki) and Trevor (Asher Grodman) is in danger, Nigel (John Hartman) red coat exposed which tries to blackmail a bit
In the season finale of the issue-driven newspaper drama, journalists Eileen (Hilary Swank) and Roz (Grace Dove) Follow clues from newly issued 9-1-1 calls that can help free prisoners who are forced to confess to murder. These savvy journalists might want a good run from the New York Times and the Washington Post respectively, because the rest of the newsroom is all baffled by rumors about a new, deep-pocketed rival publication that could turn them into a ripoff. He can quit business.
Series creator Anthony E. Zuiker returns to write the reboot’s emotional solo chapter. Case of the Week is the personal story of Crime Lab head Max Roby (Paula Newsome), who is on her quest to find long overdue justice when she finds out. The remains of a young girl in a tank that has been submerged for more than 40 years in a dry meadow lake. After experts reconstruct the victim’s face, her mother (played by Regina Fierce Taylor) confronts Max with distrust that the cops will finally be able to do their job. We know better.
Inside Thursday TV:
- Major League Baseball open night (7 p.m./ET, ESPN): With the World Series champions. Houston Astros hosting Chicago White Sox For Opening Night, the revered former Astro, seven-time Cy Young Award winner. Roger Clemons— Co-transmit both with Carl RavechAnalyst Eduardo Perez and reporters Buster Olney. Let the game begin
- prom promise (8/7 Jul. Disney Channel): Doogie Kamealoha’s Peyton Elizabeth Lee stars in the high school rom-com as Mandy. A Harvard senior who yearns to be a teacher of children (Blake Draper), in which the Harvard alum Senator father can help her gain recognition. Co-stars include Milo Manheim as Mandy’s best friend, and Goldberg‘ Wendi McLendon-Covey playing her mother
- Young Sheldon (8/7c, CBS): Attention must be paid when Missy (Raegan Revord), Sheldon’s (Iain Armitage) twin, steals her father’s truck to escape with her troubled friend, child prodigy Paige (Mckenna Grace).
- Grey’s Anatomy (9/8c, ABC): The document began working to save lives as the hospital went into lockdown following last week’s attack by anti-abortion protesters. In the midst of the chaos, Maggie (coming soon-to-be cast member Kelly McCreary) tries to side with husband Winston (Anthony Hill) once again.
- Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (9/8c, NBC): The newest addition to the team, Detective Grace Muncie (Molly Burnett) shakes off her strength when Benson (Mariska Harkitay) leads her younger brother. you (Michael Trotter), which Grace helped raise as a person of interest in a case involving a drugged woman drinking in a crowded bar.
- CMT Designation: Carly Pierce (10/9c, CMT): A new special highlighting the careers of female country musicians kicks off with the ACM Awards Female Artist of the Year.
- Caviar rap presents (streaming on Hulu): A Spotify playlist-inspired documentary series addressing hot issues like gender norms. misogyny social media and mental health from the perspective of hip-hop stars such as Jack Harlow. Roddy Rich, Polo G, city girl and Tyler, the creator
- silent road (streaming on topic): Greek Crime Dramas It opens with three episodes. It depicts shockwaves as a schoolboy’s bus disappears and is held for ransom.
- A Dreamer—Becoming Karen Blixen (Streaming on Viaplay): A familiar name from the Oscars. out of africa More attention has been made in Danish-language documentaries starring Wonder Woman’s Connie Nielsen as Karen Blixen in the 1930s as she becomes a writer after returning from years in East Africa.