Thursday TV: Can’t Keep ‘The Game’ Down

After three seasons on the CW, and another six on BET, the sports sitcom “The Game” (Paramount+, streaming) has a new life on a third location. Once a spinoff of UPN’s “Girlfriends,” the new revival comes from the series creator, and brings back many of the original cast including Hosea Chanchez, Coby Bell and Wendy Raquel Robinson returning — with Pooch Hall and Brittany Daniel occasionally recurring guest stars. 

Lucy Hale joins Henry Lloyd-Hughes and Thalissa Teixeira as detectives investigating a grisly serial killer in the six-part “Ragdoll” (AMC+, streaming), from the producers of “Killing Eve.”

“Love Never Lies” (Netflix, streaming), the latest stab at a romantic reality show from the streaming service, involves a lie doctor and cash penalties. 

The death of four U.S. special forces soldiers in Africa and its coverup is the subject is the documentary from ABC News, “3212 Un-Redacted” (Hulu, streaming).

“Doom Patrol” (HBO Max, streaming) wraps up its third season. 

The romantic anthology series “Love Life” (HBO Life, streaming) wraps up its second season.

“Madagascar: A Little Wild” (Hulu, Peacock, streaming), the spinoff series from the animated feature, returns for a fifth season. 

Five passengers on an inflatable raft are the target of sharks in the new thriller “Great White” (Shudder, streaming).

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