What to watch on Thursday, August 7...
7pm, Cartoon Network
The apparently ironically named Peace Master goes after the Candy Kingdom’s leading citizens in “Nemesis.” Then in “The Suitor,” another interloper sets his sights on Princess Bubblegum in an entirely different way.
With New York threatened by a terrorist attack in “Slouching Towards Bethlehem,” Nolan must channel his inner Jack Bauer and interrogate a possible spy for the Votanis Collective.
SEASON 1 FINALE, 9pm, Syfy
The 90-minute “Beware Those Closest to You” closes the season with a key revelation that sets Alex and Michael against each other. Elsewhere, Claire and William tie the knot, General Riesen kisses Vega goodbye, and Gabriel apparently waves the white flag.
Rush joins his stepmother for a lunch that leads down an unexpected path in “We Are Family.” Is there a chance said path doesn’t go through Illicit Hookup City? Probably not a huge one, no.
The team probes a suspicious home invasion in “Exit Strategy.” In dicier developments, Tracy accidentally bungles a raid and Chris is bedeviled by his addiction.
As the Metas get to the bottom of Salazar’s demise, Ryan encourages Javier to cut a deal with the D.A. in “Almadena.” Elsewhere, Jessica spills the beans about Ryan to Ellis, and Daniel finds his star on the rise with Los Angelicos.
9pm & 10pm, Discovery
“Laws of Attraction” examines clichés about courtship, possibly with the highly scientific help of the OKCupid laboratory team. Then in “Traffic Tricks,” the gang tries to solve car-related congestion conundrums by testing the efficiency of roundabouts, lane-changing, and more.
Welcome to Sweden
Language barriers prevent Bruce from gelling with Emma’s circle of friends in “Fitting In / Vänner,” leading Emma to wonder if he’s making a real effort to adapt to Swedish life. In less tongue-tied transpirings, Bruce deals with a bombshell from his parents and an odd development in his friendship with Hassan.
Daniel bites the bullet and asks for assistance in “The Great Destroyer,” because after four hours it was pretty clear he was not getting that hunny pot off his head by himself. Meanwhile, the Talbot house is riven by surprising news.
Working the Engels
Jimmy enjoys a romp with an eccentric neighbor in “Meet Irene Horowitz,” while Jenna tries to woo a high-class client (Scott Thompson) who was introduced to the Engels by the family’s own lawyer (Eugene Levy).
SERIES PREMIERE, 10pm, IFC
Garfunkel & Oates
Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci star in this series about the comedic music duo’s various misadventures. “The Fadeaway” kicks things off with Kate auditioning for an uncharacteristic movie role alongside Sir Ben Kingsley, while Riki hopes to rebound from a drab relationship by dating a fellow comedian.
The Honorable Woman
“The Unfaithful Husband” finds an MI6 agent digging into Nessa’s past and learning more about her kidnapping in Gaza eight years prior. More embarrassingly, he also finds a Class of ‘95 Yearbook where she quoted a Toad the Wet Sprocket lyric under her picture.
Faced with an overdue orthodontist bill in “Uncool,” Russ and Lina have no choice but to become sticks-in-the-mud. Sadly, turning uncool is a fact of growing up we must all deal with. Well, except for those of us who were never cool in the first place.
Neil polishes his public perception in “...Through Self-Discovery,” while Grace pulls the trigger on a rash decision thanks to mounting pressure at work.
You’re the Worst
In “What Normal People Do,” Gretchen demands that Jimmy come over to her place, which turns out to be just a hair less well-kept than, say, the Waldorf Astoria.
MINISERIES PREMIERE, 11pm, Showtime
7 Deadly Sins
Morgan Spurlock puts his documentary-style spin on tales that illustrate the sinister septet (presumably without stuffing Gwyneth Paltrow’s head in a box). Each episode will focus on a different sin, with “Gluttony” up first.
SERIES PREMIERE, 11pm, Cartoon Network
This live-action comedy from The Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder follows Nazareth’s most famous carpenter as he goes about his life and mission in present-day Compton, California. The opener, “Smokin’, Drinkin’, and Chillin’,” finds Jesus tagging along with his pals on a drug buy.
– Megan Fox and Todd Glass on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Dallas Mavericks forward Chandler Parsons on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Filmmaker Tracy Droz Tragos on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Will Arnett and T.I. on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC
– Mickey Rourke, Jordana Brewster, and Banks on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Michael Fassbender, Allison Tolman, and author Joshua Ferris on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35pm, NBC
– Breckin Meyer and Morena Baccarin on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 1:07am, CBS
WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?