Today’s Top TV Picks – Thursday January 23

Today’s Top Picks


Station 19

8 p.m. ET on ABC – Season Premiere
A significant scheduling switch is made in order to give this Season 3 returnee the night’s lead-off spot, to be followed by network veteran “Grey’s Anatomy,” which previously held that position. In storytelling terms, however, it makes sense. The hospital drama’s action picks up where the fall season climaxed which saw a car crash through the walls of Joe’s Bar, where Warren, Herrera (Jason George, Jaina Ortiz) and the Station 19 interns were relaxing.



8:30 p.m. ET on FOX – Series Premiere

Maggie Lawson (“Psych”) and Jason Biggs (“Orange Is the New Black”) star in this new comedy series from writer and executive producer Lon Zimmet (the short-lived “LA to Vegas”), playing a blue-collar couple in Atlantic City, N.J., who have their hands full trying to raise four kids — three of whom happen to be certified geniuses. Tisha Campbell-Martin, Jack Stanton, Connor Kalopsis, Ashley Boettcher and Oakley Bull also star.


The Bold Type

9 p.m. ET on FREEFORM – Season Premiere
The Season 4 premiere, “Legends of the Fall Issue,” finds the staff at Scarlet reeling over their new dynamic, forcing them to make some frustrating adjustments. Changes to Jacqueline’s (Melora Hardin) role at the publication present new coping challenges for Jane (Katie Stevens), who teams up with Kat and Sutton (Aisha Dee, Meghann Fahy) to make it clear to the powers that be how much Jacqueline means to them. Meanwhile, Richard (Sam Page) ponders the world beyond Scarlet. Aidan Devine also stars.


Perfect Harmony

9:30 p.m. ET on NBC - Season Finale
The Season 1 finale, "Regionals," finds Arthur (Bradley Whitford) savoring an opportunity to really stick it to his old rival Pastor Magnus (recurring guest star John Carroll Lynch) at the regional choir competition in Lexington, Ky. Events take an unexpected turn, however. Meanwhile, Ginny (Anna Camp) is stricken with another attack of low self-esteem just before an interview for a big job opportunity, and Adams (Tymberlee Hill) resolves some frustrating marital issues. NBC hasn't announced a decision on this freshman comedy's renewal.

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