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Narcos: Mexico: Season 2 Netflix series, Thursday — Everyone's favorite drug-lord-centered comfort food is back, and it's lonely at the top for Félix Gallardo Diego Luna. Following the execution of Kiki Camerena Michael Peña last season, intrepid DEA agent Walt Breslin Scoot McNairy is out for justice and more. We know the story won't have a happy ending, but watching this show is still a good time.
Briarpatch USA, 10:00 p.m. — Rosario Dawson's dogged investigator is dealing with a new suspect after who returning to her native Texas after a murder hits close to home. The show also stars Jay R. Ferguson Mad Men's Stan, who will bear snowcones, so come for the beard, and stay for a fetching blend of crime and pulp fiction.
Katy Keene CW, 8:00 p.m. — Katy's personal life is clashing with her work missions, and Josie starts working at a record store, which she must work to save against all odds.
Superstore NBC, 8:00 p.m. — Cloud 9's new cereal bar causes pleasure and drama while a scammer is afoot, and folks are questioning Zephra's ulterior motives.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine NBC, 8:30 p.m. — Jake and Charles must help Adrian Pimento, who claims that his life is under threat. Meanwhile, a Workplace Conflict seminar is in store for the squad.
Young Sheldon CBS, 8:00 p.m. — Sheldon must work with some reluctant college students on a project, while Meemaw comes face to face with Dale's ex.
The Unicorn CBS, 8:30 p.m. — Wade has a terrible date with an acquaintance of Natalie, who ends up in a difficult spot as a result, and Ben endures a conflict of his own.
Deputy FOX, 9:00 p.m. — A huge fire sends the Sheriff's department to aid the LAFD, and a suspicious car found in the forest might help solve another case.
Legacies CW, 9:00 p.m. — Hope's working against the clock to stop the ominous prophecy, and Alaric's hope to save his family arrives with a difficult decision.
Will & Grace NBC, 8:30 p.m. — Grace's pregnancy as a single mother leads to some extraordinary meddling by Marilyn. Elsewhere, Karen's helping Will with a PR nightmare.
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ABC on Sunday saw the return of The Rookie, which hit its highest rating in a year with a 0.8 in the adults 18-49 demographic and 4.89 million viewers, its second-largest viewership total ever. The Nathan Fillion-starring series benefited from American Idol 1.4, 7.46M as its lead-in, with the reality singing competition down a tenth from last week’s premiere but still the night’s top-rated show. America's Funniest Home Videos 1.0, 6.18M also fared well on the network, ticking up two tenths.
It was good news for God Friended Me 0.6, 5.96M at CBS as it ticked up two tenths from last week’s stumble. The drama was followed by NCIS: Los Angeles 0.6, 6.18M, which held steady, while NCIS: New Orleans 0.6, 5.56M was up. 60 Minutes 0.8, 8.96M also saw a boost from last week.
NBC’s new musical series Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist 0.5, 1.98M continues to be on key, ticking up in the demo, while Good Girls 0.4, 1.81M was steady in ratings and nearly matched last week’s season-premiere viewership.
At Fox, The Simpsons 0.6, 1.83M dipped a tenth, while Bob’s Burgers 0.7, 1.57M was up. Duncanville 0.5, 1.44M held steady after its debut a week ago, and Family Guy 0.6, 1.56M was also on par with last week.
As for the CW, it was steady across the board with their female-fronted superhero lineup of Batwoman 0.2, 816,000 and Supergirl 0.2, 667K.