What to Watch Thursday: Ryan's Quiz Show Ends, NBC Tells Valerie's Story, Dragons Flies and More

Sep 19 2013, 6:24am CDT | by TV Line

What to Watch Thursday: Ryan's Quiz Show Ends, NBC Tells Valerie's Story, Dragons Flies and More
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On TV this Thursday: The Million Second Quiz runs out of time, Wipeout makes one last splash, Valerie Harper tells her brave story and stormy/scandalous/mysterious finales are ripe for the revisiting. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

7:30 pm Dreamworks Dragons (Cartoon Network) | Season 2 premiere: As this toon based on the How to Train Your Dragon film returns, Hiccup forms a secret “Dragon Flight Club.” Oh, wait — did I just break the first rule…?
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8 pm The Million Second Quiz (NBC) | Two-hour season finale: After two weeks full of seconds, this finale finally answers the question: Does Ryan Seacrest even understand the concept of this show?

8 pm Wipeout (ABC) | Season finale: Contestants with “dirty jobs” are sprayed with skunk stench. But not for work this time — for the chance of winning $50,000.

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9 pm Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) | Repeat to revisit: Brush up on last season finale’s superstorm rampage through Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital before Season 10 premieres next week. (Watch the promo for the said premiere and get some romantic scoop!)

9 pm Project Runway (Lifetime) | The show’s “superfans” act as inspiration and makeover subjects for the designers.

9:30 pm Anger Management (FX) | Tiger Blood Punch for everyone! Charlie and Sean throw the epic party of the century.
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10 pm Scandal (ABC) | Repeat to revisit: Shonda Rhimes’ other watercooler sensation also returns next week. Get reminded of the soapy twists and deadly turns with last season’s finale! We have teases, casting scoop and more scoop to tide you over. Plush, check out an exclusive first look at Season 3 cast photos.

10 pm Elementary (CBS) | Repeat to revisit: Before Sherlock heads overseas next week, revisit his torrid relationship with Irene Adler (ThronesNatalie Dormer) from Season 1′s finale. (Scoop and more scoop!)

10 pm NBC News: Valerie’s Story – A Meredith Vieira Special (NBC) | The former Today co-host interviews Rhoda star and Dancing with the Stars contestant Valerie Harper about her remarkable and inspiring journey from terminal brain cancer to remission.

10 pm Ridiculousness (MTV) | Season finale: The Fantasy Factory guys to get “Mannequined” — which we’d like to think involves Andrew McCarthy and Kim Cattrall.

COMING NEXT THURSDAY: Parks and Recreation, The Big Bang Theory, Glee, Grey’s Anatomy, Two and a Half Men, Elementary and Parenthood return. The Crazy Ones and The Michael J. Fox Show premiere.

Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!


Source: TV Line

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