Kardashians Tackle Pregnancy, COVID & More This Season | KUWTK | E!

They're back! You may have heard the Kardashians are leaving TV, but that's not until 2021. Tonight they kick off their 19th season. Tonight also marks the premieres of Terry Bradshaw's new reality show and season 2 of Tarek El Moussa's new HGTV series. Below is your complete Thursday viewing guide...


Keeping Up With The Kardashians on E!

From a press leak to pregnancy drama, quarantining and will Khloé give her relationship with Tristan another go? We'll find out starting tonight on E!

The Bradshaw Bunch on E!

Once the Kardashians leave after season 20, E! will need a new reality family. Perhaps it will be the Bradshaws? Tonight they begin their new series. It follows NFL legend, Terry, and his wife and daughters. Here's the first full episode (above) for you to enjoy!

Day of Giving on ABC in California/Oregon/Washington

ABC Owned Television Stations in California launch "Day of Giving" to raise funds for the American Red Cross that will take place across ABC7/KABC-TV Los Angeles, ABC7/KGO-TV San Francisco, ABC30/KFSN-TV Fresno and 13 ABC affiliate stations throughout California, Oregon and Washington on Thursday, Sept. 17 (4:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. PDT).

Viewers can call 866-499-GIVE (4483) during local newscasts to donate money through the Red Cross to aid communities impacted by the more than 100 wildfires raging across the state. The fires have burned more than 5 million acres in the past few weeks and destroyed countless homes and communities, forcing hundreds of thousands of people to evacuate.

The Red Cross has mobilized a massive relief effort across these states to ensure that communities have food and shelter. During fire season, ABC7 Los Angeles, ABC7 San Francisco and ABC30 Fresno have been keeping viewers informed of the statewide wildfires and air quality through an interactive wildfire tracker on the stations' websites. The "Day of Giving" fundraiser further unites the ABC owned stations and west coast ABC affiliate stations, which will use their linear programming to focus on news coverage about the numerous communities impacted by the wildfires, provide resources through the American Red Cross, and raise money to help families in need.

On Thursday, Sept. 17 (4:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.), all participating stations will open phone lines where viewers can call 866-499-GIVE (4483) and donate. Viewers are also encouraged to donate at redcross.org/abc, which will remain available until further notice.

Participating stations include the following:

  • KDRV-Medford
  • KEZI-Eugene
  • KERO-Bakersfield
  • KEYT-Santa Barbara
  • KFSN-Fresno*
  • KAEF-Eureka
  • KRCR-Chico-Redding
  • KXTV-Sacramento
  • KABC-Los Angeles*
  • KGO-San Francisco Bay Area*
  • NSBW-Salinas
  • KAPP-TriCities
  • KXLY-Spokane
  • KVEW-Yakima
  • KESQ-Palm Springs
  • KGTV-San Diego

Don't Let the Pigeon Do Storytime on HBO Max

Check out this new special, recorded as a live performance at the Kennedy Center and hosted by acclaimed author/illustrator/performer Mo Willems - and one very famous pigeon.

The Last Word on Netflix

In their 25 years of marriage they've shared wonderful moments and good times, had children, fought, and made up. But when her husband Stephan (Johannes Zeiler) dies unexpectedly, Karla (Anke Engelke) is quickly confronted with secrets they had never discussed. Her shock, pressing financial worries and her doubts over her husband's loyalty push Karla to rush into applying to work with funeral director Borowski (Thorsten Merten) as a eulogist. She's unapologetic, loud, and unconventional. Karla ignores her own life until she's surrounded by total chaos and has to ask herself: is there a right way to grieve? And if there is, what's her right way?

Departure on Peacock

When passenger plane Flight 716 shockingly vanishes over the Atlantic Ocean, brilliant investigator Kendra Malley (Archie Panjabi, The Good Wife) is brought in – alongside her mentor Howard Lawson (Christopher Plummer, Knives Out) – to find the truth and stop it from happening again. Still reeling from the recent death of her husband and struggling to parent her troubled stepson, Kendra isn't sure she's up to the task — especially when the whole world is watching. At every turn, new discoveries only deepen the mystery surrounding the disaster, revealing a host of motives and suspects.

Thursday Night Football on NFL Network

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