Plus, sink your teeth into the Vampire Academy series debut, and it's goodbye Gotham (for now) on Harley Quinn.

Atlanta is back for its final season, and the action has moved back to the titular city from Europe. Get ready to take a bite out of a new vampire series, Vampire Academy, based on the books by Richelle Mead. The Harley Quinn animated series is back for its fourth season, picking up after Harley and Ivy spent a season exploring their relationship. 

Plus, trivia and entertainment headlines including Kobe Bryant's planned cameo on the Saved by the Bell revival, Jeff Probst revealing two twists that won't be returning to Survivor 43, and why Saoirse Ronan won't be in the new Barbie movie as she had planned. 

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What to watch on Thursday, Sept. 15


Vampire Academy (series debut) - Peacock

Speak No Evil (movie) - Shudder

The Light in the Hall (series debut) - Sundance Now

White Sands (season premiere) - Topic

The Good Fight - Paramount+

Emeril Tailgates - The Roku Channel

Pantheon - AMC+

The Family Business - BET+

MIKE (season finale) - Hulu

Star Trek: Lower Decks - Paramount+

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law - Disney+

Send Help - ALLBLK

Mike Judge's Beavis and Butt-head - Paramount+

Harley Quinn (season finale) - HBO Max

9 p.m.

60 Days In - A&E

Big Brother - CBS

Southern Charm - Bravo

Alone: The Skills Challenge - History Channel

10 p.m.

Race for the Championship - USA

Little Demon - FXX

Inmate to Roommate - A&E

Atlanta (season premiere) - FX

*times are ET and subject to change

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