A 'Detroiters' Rivalry, Finales of 'Cloak & Dagger' and 'The Four'
A critical checklist of notable Thursday TV:
Detroiters (10:30/9:30c, Comedy Central): Think Mad Men with truly mad man-boys, and that's the flavor of this wacky comedy series about the most aggressively inept ad pitchmen in Detroit or possibly anywhere. Best buds/co-enablers Sam Richardson (Veep) and Tim Robinson, as Sam and Tim (what else), get an unreality check when they realize their A-list rival, Doner Advertising, is going after their D-list clients. To fight back, they somehow steal the attention of a local auto magnate who's come up with a revolution in car manufacturing. What happens next you'll have to see for yourself.
Plus, find out which of your other favorite shows are coming back next season.
Marvel's Cloak & Dagger (8/7c, Freeform): New Orleans is in more of a tizzy than usual as the first season of the teen superhero fable comes to an end. (As with most Marvel properties that aren't Inhumans, this has been renewed for a second season.) Tyrone (Aubrey Joseph) and Tandy (Olivia Holt) decide to embrace their destiny as "The Divine Pairing" to save their beloved city.
Plus, will she find out about her son's powers in the finale episodes or Season 2?
Shooter (10/9, USA): Bob Lee (Ryan Phillippe) continues to dig deep into the conspiracy surrounding his father's assassination. With Isaac's (Omar Epps) help, he tracks down a former "dark lord" of the Pentagon, who's now in a psychiatric hospital. Could anything be crazier than the truth?
The actor also talks about how his on-set injury impacted the character.
Inside Thursday TV: A winner will be crowned on the two-hour second-season finale of Fox's The Four: Battle for Stardom (8/7c). Will it be James, Leah, Sharaya J or Whitney?… More eyes will likely be tuned to NBC's broadcast of the NFL Hall of Fame Game (8/7c) from Canton, Ohio, kicking off the preseason with the Chicago Bears taking on the Baltimore Ravens… Or if you prefer the action on the sidelines, a new season of CMT's Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team (10/9c) gets underway, with contenders for the squad including a Miss America runner-up and a former competitive ice skater.