Nine weeks and many embarrassing gaffes later, And Just Like That ends its first season on HBO Max. With its dismal reviews, the future of the hotly-anticpated Sex and the City revival remains in doubt, though it’s been reported that HBO Max might renew the show to “prove a point” to its critics.
Also today: Guest stars like Sharon Stone, Conan O'Brien, and Annie Murphy are the only ones without a script in Will Arnett's new comedy whodunnit Murderville, Ridley Scott’s sci-fi drama Raised by Wolves returns for Season 2, and Olympic figure skating gets a primetime spotlight on NBC. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy on TV this Thursday:
And Just Like That: Season 1 finale. After taking off her wedding ring, Carrie's (Sarah Jessica Parker) return to the dating world begins in earnest. Meanwhile, Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Che's (Sara Ramirez) relationship reaches a fork in the road, and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) prepares for Rock's (Alexa Swinton) They-Mitzvah. Watch preview. Streaming on HBO Max
And Just Like That: The Documentary: Special presentation. HBO Max takes viewers behind-the-scenes of its Sex and the City revival in this all-access documentary featuring interviews with the cast, costume designers, producers, and crew. Watch trailer. Streaming on HBO Max
Murderville: Complete first season. Eccentric detective Terry Seattle (Will Arnett) teams up with clueless celebrity guest stars to investigate a series of murders in Netflix’s improvisational comedy. The six-episode series features a host of famous faces, including Conan O’Brien, Kumail Nanjiani, Marshawn Lynch, Sharon Stone, and Annie Murphy. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix
Raised by Wolves: Season 2 premiere. Mother (Amanda Collin), Father (Abubakara Salim), and their brood of six human children join a newly-formed atheistic colony in Kepler 22b’s mysterious tropical zone, but Mother’s “natural child” threatens to drive what little remains of the human race to extinction. Watch trailer. Streaming on HBO Max
Olympics Coverage: Ahead of tomorrow’s Opening Ceremony, NBC will broadcast the following events, beginning at 8:00 PM ET:
Soul of a Nation: Special presentations. ABC News celebrates Black History Month with two back-to-back specials. The first, “Screen Queens Rising,” explores how Black actresses have begun to gain more traction in Hollywood, while the second, “X/onerated - The Murder of Malcolm X and 55 Years to Justice,” features the first interview with Muhammad Abdul Aziz, who was wrongfully convicted of Malcolm X’s assassination. 8:00 PM ET on ABC
Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer: When the Joes select only a few women to join them at a beautiful vineyard, an unexpected party crasher stops by and throws the relaxing day into disarray. 8:00 PM ET on FOX
Celebrity Big Brother: New episode. 9:00 PM ET on CBS
Single Drunk Female: New episode. Sam (Sofia Black-D’Elia) faces her hardest challenge yet — avoiding alcohol on St. Patrick’s Day — when Brit (Sasha Compère) gives her the chance to rekindle their friendship. Meanwhile, James (Garrick Bernard) and Mindy (Jojo Brown) track down his lost keys while battling their own St. Patty’s Day temptations. Watch preview. 10:30 PM ET on Freeform
Puppy Bowl Presents: The Winter Games: Special presentation. The Puppy Bowl gets into the Olympics spirit with a special themed event. Streaming on Discovery+
Star Trek: Prodigy: Winter finale. Streaming on Paramount+
Claire Spellberg Lustig is the TV Editor at Primetimer and a scholar of The View. Follow her on Twitter at @c_spellberg.