Thursday TV: Beckinsale in ‘Guilty Party’

Kate Beckinsale plays a discredited journalist who concentrates on an imprisoned young mother (Jules Latimer) who she is convinced is innocent in the new series “Guilty Party” (Paramount+, streaming), a new dark comedy from the creator of “Dead to Me.” 

Jimmy Fallon can be pretty childish on his own late night show; he spent a lot of the pandemic doing shows in his house, going down slides with his own children.

Tonight, though, he presents a whole show of kids putting on “The Kids Tonight Show” (Peacock, streaming), hosted by a team of four urchins age 9 to 12, shooting across the hall from the grownup show. Two new shows will be available each Thursday – even before bedtime.

On the new series “America’s Big Deal” (USA, 9 p.m.), inventor Joy Mangano invites entrepreneurs to sell their products directly to home viewers — who will do so using QR codes, in a variation of “Shark Tank” that may make the inventors instantly rich. 

Comedy writer Jena Friedman may add a welcome twist to the new documentary series “True Crime: Indefensible” (Sundance, 11 p.m.). 

“Aquaman: King of Atlantis” (HBO Max, streaming) returns, this time in animated form in a series in which Cooper Andrews provides the her’s voice. Thomas Lennon, Gillian Jacobs and Dana Snyder also take part. 

The new documentary “Crutch” (Discovery+, streaming) tells the story of Bill Shannon, the artist, break-dancer and skate punk who also invented crutch dancing following a medical malady.

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