Plus, Gordon Ramsay guides more kids through the kitchen on a new season of MasterChef Junior, and Rosario Dawson heads into a war zone in the DC adaptation DMZ.

On today's roster: New Girl's Jake Johnson and Elementary's Ophelia Lovibond star in the new comedy Minx, about a fictional erotic male magazine for women in the 1970s. Rosario Dawson and Benjamin Bratt star in the limited series DMZ, based on the popular comic book set during the second American Civil War, where Manhattan is set up as a demilitarized zone and Dawson's medic character Alma is searching for her lost son. And Gordon Ramsay and a crop of young cooks gear up for a new season of MasterChef Junior, with Chef Ramsay reflecting on why so many more kids are getting into the kitchen.

Also, the cast of Yellowjackets tell us what they're watching. Plus: entertainment headlines — including The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus' head injury, Jack Black's return to the Kung Fu Panda franchise, and details on Ellen's last show and final guests — and trivia.

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What to Watch on Thursday, March 17


Minx (series debut) — HBO Max

Jellystone! (season premiere) — HBO Max

DMZ (series debut) — HBO Max

Star Trek: Discovery (season finale) — Paramount+

Below Deck Down Under (series debut) — Peacock

Arctic Circle (season premiere) — Topic


Rescued by Ruby — Netflix

8 p.m.

MasterChef Junior (season premiere) — Fox

9 p.m.

Call Me Kat — Fox

9:30 p.m.

Welcome to Flatch (series debut) — Fox

10 p.m.

Big Sky — ABC

10:30 p.m.

Single Drunk Female (season finale) — Freeform

*times are ET and subject to change

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