What to Watch Thursday: Glee Says Farewell, Wonderland Premieres, Grey's Hits 200 and More

Oct 10 2013, 6:42am CDT | by TV Line

What to Watch Thursday: Glee Says Farewell, Wonderland Premieres, Grey's Hits 200 and More
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On TV this Thursday: Glee says goodbye to a fallen friend, Once Upon a Time takes a trip to Wonderland, Grey’s Anatomy celebrate its 200th episode, The Big Bang Theory gets a mother of a visit and more. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

PREVIEW | Parks and Recreation ‘s Ben Loses His Temper, Chris ( Literally ) Toots His Own Horn

8 pm Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (ABC) | Series premiere: This Once Upon a Time spin-off follows Alice (Sophie Lowe, Beautiful Kate) as she is spirited back to Wonderland by the White Rabbit (voiced by John Lithgow, Third Rock from the Sun) just in time to avoid a brain-blasting treatment in an asylum. Down the rabbit hole, she must contend with the Red Queen (Emma Rigby, Hollyoaks) and Jafar (Naveen Andrew, Lost) while searching for her lost genie love Cyrus (Peter Gadiot, The Forbidden Girl), with help from the Knave of Heart (Michael Socha, Being Human). Keith David (The Bible) and Iggy Pop (Iggy Pop!!!) voice the Cheshire Cat and the Caterpillar, respectively. (Get scoop and read TVLine’s First Impression.)

8 pm The Vampire Diaries (CW) | Damon searches for Stefan and Jeremy tries to convince Bonnie to reveal that she’s dead. So awkward when ghosts can’t even get past the first stage of grief. (Get scoop.)

8 pm The Big Bang Theory (CBS) | Christine Baranski (The Good Wife) returns as Leonard’s mother, while Sheldon seeks revenge on Amy for ruining one of his favorite movies.

8:30 pm The Millers (CBS) | Nathan must contact his ex-wife (guest-star Eliza Coupe, Happy Endings) after his mother decides to rearrange the family’s cemetery plot post-divorces.

PREVIEW | The Crazy Ones ‘ Simon Accidentally (and Hilariously) Insults Sydney

9 pm Glee (Fox) | The McKinley High family remembers Finn Hudson in this tribute to Cory Monteith. (Get a scoop and watch a promo.)

9 pm Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) | It’s Episode 200, and to celebrate, Grey+Sloan Memorial is throwing a fundraising gala. Oh, no — last time there was a fancy party there, Denny died. (Get scoop and photos.)

9 pm Sean Saves the World (NBC) | Sean must choose whether he wants his mother Lorna or his (lingerie-happy) best friend Liz to help Ellie buy her first bra.

9:30 pm The Michael J. Fox Show (NBC) | Mike tangles with his nemesis Susan at work, while Leigh and Ian accidentally engage in a Twitter war.

PREVIEW | Scandal Team Teases Season 3′s ‘Dark As You Can Imagine’ New Twist and More

10 pm Elementary (CBS) | Joan signs up for an online dating service. Wow, everyone really is on Tinder. Tony winner Steve Kazee (Working Class) guest-stars.

10 pm Parenthood (NBC) | Crosby and Jasmine struggle with their new baby, Joel and Julia grow further apart and Zeek and Camille disagree about what to do with the storied Braverman home.

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