What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘Mat Franco’s Got Magic’, ‘Cosby: The Women Speak’ on Thursday

Mat Franco’s Got Magic is the first NBC special for America’s Got Talent winner Mat Franco! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Thursday 09/17/2015:

7:30 PM ET

NFL Thursday Night Kickoff [LIVE] – James Brown hosts along with analysts Deion Sanders and Bill Cowher. (CBS)

8:00 PM ET

WWE SmackDown! – WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins & “Mr. Money In the Bank” Sheamus vs. Dean Ambrose & Roman Reigns. (Syfy)

The Real Housewives of New York City (“100th Episode: Watch What Happens Live Special”) – Andy Cohen sits down with cast members past and present while revisiting the series’ most unforgettable moments, from stormy confrontations to glamorous vacations. (Bravo)

Jeff Dunham: Unhinged in Hollywood – Previously unseen stand-up comedy by Jeff Dunham; sketches that include popular characters; Brad Paisley performs; special appearances by comic Chris Parnell and former UFC champion Chuck Liddell. (NBC)

8:30 PM ET

NFL Football [LIVE] (“Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs”) – Peyton Manning and the Broncos (1-0) will have to deal with a raucous crowd when they visit Kansas City to battle Alex Smith and the arch-rival Chiefs (1-0). (CBS)

What's On TV Tonight - 'Mat Franco's Got Magic', 'Cosby The Women Speak' on Thursday

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9:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Mat Franco’s Got Magic – Magician Mat Franco performs at various locations as he travels from his home in Rhode Island to headline a show in Las Vegas; featuring appearances by Neil Patrick Harris, Heidi Klum, Rob Gronkowski, Jason Mraz and Penn & Teller. (NBC)

Cosby: The Women Speak – More than a dozen women who claim that they were sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby discuss their allegations against the entertainer. (A&E)

Party Down South (“Sagin’ Cajuns”) – Hurricane Martha lands on the house and the boys do their best not to let it ruin their night; Mattie calls a family meeting the next day to apologize and the housemates start to vent about all their issues. (CMT)

Project Runway (“Haute Tech Couture”) – The designers must go dumpster diving for recycled materials in their second unconventional materials challenge; the designers must attempt to merge the worlds of fashion and technology. (Lifetime)

TeenNick Top 10 – Music video countdown. (TeenNick)

Chopped (“Viewers’ Baskets”) – Fan turn to social media to pick the basket ingredients; in the first basket, a curious canned product; in the entree round, some weird candy and a slimy surprise. (Food Network)

10:00 PM ET

Graceland [SEASON FINALE] (“No Old Tigers”) – The agents of Graceland struggle in the aftermath of the gang war; Briggs needs to track down a loose end. (USA Network)

Dominion (“Bewilderment of Heart”) – The Darkness overtakes the citizens of Vega; William wrestles with the truth about his time in the desert; Arika becomes the victim of her own manipulations; Michael grows concerned about Noma; Alex searches for the Amphora. (Syfy)

Teen Mom 2 (“Sorry Not Sorry”) – Jenelle faces felony charges; Chelsea notices that Adam’s actions are affecting Aubree; Jo goes missing; Leah ends her marriage. (MTV)

Review (“Murder; Magic 8 Ball; Procrastination”) – Forrest allows a Magic 8-Ball to dictate his decisions for a day; faced with the task of procrastinating; facing the toughest review yet. (Comedy Central)

The 5th Annual Streamy Awards – The 5th Annual Streamy Awards, honoring the best in online video and the creators behind it, airs live from the historic Hollywood Palladium. Hosts Grace Helbig and Tyler Oakley. (VH1)

Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll [SEASON FINALE] (“Because We’re Legion”) – Greg Dulli sets Gigi up with a well-respected producer from the West Coast. (FX)

L.A. Hair (“The Kim-pire Strikes Back”) – Kim suspects Jonathan of buying out her bag supply and sends her staff on a secret mission; Kim styles Garcelle Beauvais. (WE TV)

10:30 PM ET

Married (“1997”) – Russ and Lina go back to their old school and party like it’s 1997. (FX)

11:00 PM ET

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team (“The Cutting Board”) – Kelli and Judy make many tough cuts to keep up the quality of the team, which causes emotions to run high; Melissa Rycroft offers invaluable field experience. (CMT)

Big Brother: After Dark [LIVE] – Live camera feeds from the “Big Brother” house. (Pop)

At Midnight With Chris Hardwick – Jim Jefferies; David Koechner; Mary Lynn Rajskub. (Comedy Central)

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)

True Life (“I’m Dating a Cougar”) – Two young men are dating women old enough to be their mothers, and their families and friends are against the matches. (MTV)

Geeks Who Drink (“Matthew MacCaull vs. Andrew Daly”) – Matthew MacCaull’s “Beer the Reaper” competes against Andrew Daly’s “Monty Python & the Holy Ale.” (Syfy)


The Wendy Williams Show (“Hot Topics”) – Hot Topics; Ask Wendy; a sneak peek at fall’s must-see new shows; MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow discusses the Republican debate and the race for the White House; a member of the studio audience plays a game. (BET)


Conan is joined by Actor Thomas Middleditch; actress Emily Mortimer; comic Andrew Sleighter. (11:00 PM, TBS)

Watch What Happens: Live features Andy’s Top NYC 10 Moments. (11:30 PM, Bravo)

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore welcomes a panel of guests to discuss current events. (11:30 PM, Comedy Central)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has Actress Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting; actor Wesley Snipes; Chris Cornell performs. (11:35 PM, NBC)

Jimmy Kimmel Live is joined by Actor David Spade; professional basketball player Russell Westbrook; A$AP Rocky performs. (11:35 PM, ABC)

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert features Actress Naomi Watts; Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon; Chris Stapleton performs. (11:50 PM, CBS)

Late Night With Seth Meyers welcomes Actress Carol Burnett; actor Colin Hanks; Baio performs; Abe Laboriel Jr. sits-in with the 8G Band. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show With James Corden has Actor Terry Crews; actress Meagan Good; Big Sean performs. (12:50 AM, CBS)

Last Call With Carson Daly is joined by TV hosts Julian McCullough and Annie Lederman; Broncho performs; director Rob Cohen. (1:35 AM, NBC)

What, if anything, do you plan on watching on TV tonight? Sound off in the comments!

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