What to Watch on Thursday: Tom and Meredith battle COVID-19 on ‘Grey’s Anatomy.’

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One Night Only: The Best of Broadway
They say the show must go on, yet COVID-19 has tested that mantra like never before as the Broadway community has faced nine months of shutdown and counting. To celebrate theatrical resiliency, NBC is offering this special hosted by Tina Fey. The two-hour special features performances from some of Broadway’s best shows around the streets of New York City. Expect numbers from Chicago, Mean Girls, Rent, Jersey Boys, and more. Other Broadway luminaries including Nathan Lane, Aaron Tveit, Leslie Odom Jr., Sutton Foster, and Barbra Streisand will also make appearances. Get out your gold top hat and give the incredible theater community a virtual standing ovation. —Maureen Lee Lenker
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Grey’s Anatomy
Meredith is no longer the only Grey Sloan Memorial doctor battling COVID-19. Following last week’s shocking return of George O’Malley, the show is shifting its focus to a member of the living: Tom Koracick. He tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the season, but what he thought was a false positive is now proving to be the greatest fight of his life. (There’s also a guarantee that this will cause some drama for Teddy and Owen.) —Samantha Highfill
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Let Them All Talk
Steven Soderbergh’s latest cinematic experiment is setting sail on HBO Max, starring three acting legends — Meryl Streep, Candice Bergen, and Dianne Wiest — in a largely improvised dramedy set aboard the Queen Mary 2 ocean liner. Streep plays Alice Hughes, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author who invites two of her oldest friends (Bergen and Wiest) and her nephew Tyler (Lucas Hedges) to join her on a transatlantic voyage. Also on board is her agent, Karen (Gemma Chan), who’s hoping to pry Tyler for details about Alice’s latest, mysterious novel. As the title suggests, Let Them All Talk is quite the gabfest, filled with reminiscence, regret, and repartee, and with some untold depths to the waters it traverses. “While we were making it, I really felt like, ‘Poor Steven,’ ” Streep told EW with a laugh. “‘How he’s gonna pull this all together into a thematic, cohesive whole’ — I don’t know how he did it. [But] it really does all pull together to a theme. It’s like a very thick novel that moves very fast.” —Tyler Aquilina
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House of Ho
Series DebutConsider this new HBO Max docuseries Crazy Rich Asian Americans. Between the money, cars, clothes, and Ho puns is a profound look at one immigrant success story in Houston, Texas. The elder Hos came to America, escaping the duress of Vietnam around the time of the war, and worked their way up out of the working class. While their children and grandchildren, mostly named after United States presidents, have reaped the benefits of Binh and Hue Ho achieving the American Dream, the show depicts them now finding their own successes and failures in life, be it going through a divorce or calming down their hard-partying lifestyle. —Marcus Jones
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What ELSE to Watch
8 p.m.
Station 19 — ABC
Silent Night — A Song for the World (special) — The CW
Jersey Shore Family Vacation — MTV
10 p.m.
A Million Little Things — ABC
TIME Person of the Year — NBC
Funny Boy (movie) — Netflix
*times are ET and subject to change