What’s on tonight: Thursday, November 17
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Thursday looks a little different to normal tonight, Nov. 17. Here’s a look at what’s on tonight, including all the reruns.
There are a few shows on a break this week, and some of them longer than others. ABC and CBS both have unusual nights.
We start with ABC’s decision to air the fall finales of Station 19 and Grey’s Anatomy last week. That means a night off from new episodes tonight, but we will have reruns. Stay tuned until 10 p.m. ET/PT, though, as there is a new episode of Alaska Daily*.
Meanwhile, CBS has reruns of Young Sheldon and Ghosts*. Then there’s a special called Pickled for two hours. 16 celebrities will compete in a game of pickleball.
The other three networks are as normal tonight. That’s good news considering everything is different next Thursday. It’s Thanksgiving next week, so there won’t be any normal programming next week. Just what can you watch tonight?
What’s on tonight: Law & Order Thursday, Walker, and more
It’s all about Law & Order Thursday on NBC. There are new episodes of all three shows. Usually, the Law & Order shows take a break around Thanksgiving, but that doesn’t seem to be happening this year. It looks like we’ll have a couple of episodes on the other side of Thanksgiving.
The two Walker shows will air on The CW tonight. Both shows will take a break next week but will return for a couple of weeks after that. We don’t tend to see CW shows take winter breaks until December.
Then there’s FOX, which will have a full night of programming. Look out for new episodes of Hell’s Kitchen, Welcome to Flatch, and Call Me Kat.
Station 19 rerun
Young Sheldon/Ghosts reruns
Law & Order
Grey’s Anatomy rerun
Pickled (two hours)
Law & Order: SVU
Welcome to Flatch/Call Me Kat
Law & Order: Organized Crime
What are you watching tonight? Let us know in the comments below.