Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry has made no secret of wanting to turn his CBS All Access series Why Women Kill into a Ryan Murphy-style anthology, and with yesterday's announcement that the series will return for a second season with an all-new cast, it looks like he's getting his wish. First, however, there's the matter of tonight's season finale, and who exactly gets killed.
SEASON FINALE: Marc Cherry's soapy drama Why Women Kill can feel like three different series in one, as the show follows a trio of characters living in three different time periods while occupying the same home. When the show premiered, Cherry promised to bring it all together in one "delicious" final episode, and tonight's the night we find out whether he makes good on that promise. Streaming on CBS All Access
SPORTS: In tonight's Thursday Night Football matchup, the Kansas City Chiefs play the Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High. 8:00 PM ET on Fox
NEW EPISODE: Well that was quick. NBC announced this week that it's pulling Mike Schur's Sunnyside after tonight's new episode. The network says the show's remaining Season 1 episodes will be released on NBC.com, and depending on how they perform there, the series may find a second life on the upcoming NBCU streaming service. 9:30 PM ET on NBC
NEW EPISODE: Mike Schur's other Thursday night NBC show is at no risk of being canceled, but it is inching closer to its own series finale in early 2020. In tonight's new episode of The Good Place, uncertainty abounds when an unexpected visitor arrives. 9:00 PM ET on NBC
SERIES PREMIERE: For viewers who wonder what happens after the camera's stop rolling, Live PD: Wanted fills fans in on what happened to suspects who were taken into custody, or got away and were later captured. 10:00 PM ET on A&E
DOCUMENTARY PREMIERE: Designer Diane von Furstenberg examines the origins of the the Statue of Liberty in Liberty: Mother of Exiles and learns what it represents to people around the world. 9:00 PM ET on HBO
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