Tonight’s Best TV


Thursday, September 18


    Tim & Eric's Bedtime Stories

    If Rod Serling had suffered head trauma before creating The Twilight Zone, it might look like this show.

  • Project Runway

    The designers create age-appropriate looks for their models.

  • Married

    Russ and Lina's visit to rehab brings up all sorts of issues.

  • Garfunkel and Oates

    Riki attends a ''baby sprinkle,'' which is hopefully not what I think it is.

  • The Honorable Woman

    Nessa makes a final attempt to find Kasim.

Friday, September 19

  • Please Like Me

    Josh and his mum go hiking in Tasmania

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    The turtles enter a strange realm that's hard to make sense of.

  • Masters of Illusion

    The magicians perform with water, because The CW has a paltry white-tiger budget.

  • The Knick

    Thackery and Bertie vow to undo a series of failures.

Saturday, September 20

  • Please Like Me

    Josh and his mum go hiking in Tasmania

Sunday, September 21


    Madam Secretary

    Alicia Florrick now has Téa Leoni's Elizabeth McCord as an opening act. A CIA vet and mother of two, McCord is tapped to be secretary of state when her predecessor dies. And she's given the worst first assignment ever: rescuing two kidnapped American teenage boys who are being held in Syria.

  • Master Mystery! Miss Marple

    Marple investigates a death at a hotel.

  • Boardwalk Empire

    Nucky hosts a potential gangland associate from Boston.

  • The Good Wife

    Alicia refuses to run for state's attorney.

  • Manhattan

    Frank hatches a plan with Charlie.

Monday, September 22

  • Scorpion

    Given the times, TV is overdue for a clever hacker thriller. This is not it.

Tuesday, September 23

  • American Masters: The Boomer List

    Timothy Greenfield-Sanders celebrates the last of the baby boomers turning 50 with this immersive documentary.

Wednesday, September 24

  • The Mysteries of Laura

    Based on the Spanish series Los Misterios de Laura, the new dramedy (which has its time-slot debut tonight) follows Laura Diamond (Debra Messing), who juggles her job as a top homicide detective, an immature almost-ex-husband (Josh Lucas), and two badly behaved twin sons.

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