Thursday TV: ‘Black Snow’ Cold Case

Travis Fimmel of “Vikings” stars in the new series “Black Snow” (Sundance Now, AMC+, streaming) playing a cold case investigator looking into the death of a teen 15 years earlier that shook the Australian South Sea Islander community

Apple’s first French- and English-language series is a six-episode thriller “Liaison” (Apple TV+, streaming), starring Vincent Cassel and Eva Green.

Fareed Zaharia hosts the “CNN Town Hall: Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine, One Year Later” (CNN, 8 p.m.) with National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan and USAID Administrator Samantha Power. 

The new film “Call Me Chihiro” (Netflix, streaming) concerns a food service worker in a seaside town who helps people with whom she interacts, based on a Japanese manga.

“Rap Trap: Hip Hop on Trial” (Hulu, streaming) looks at the case against Young Thug and Gunna and the issue of using song lyrics as evidence in criminal trials. 

Season three of “Outer Banks” (Netflix, streaming) begins even further out to sea — on a desert island. 

A second season begins for the rebooted “Fresh Prince” as a drama, “Bel-Air” (Peacock, streaming). 

Ellen Pompeo turns in one of her final performances on “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC, 9 p.m.), which returns, accompanied by the fire drama “Station 19” (ABC, 8 p.m.).

“Animal Control” (Fox, 9 p.m.) garnered about 2.1 million viewers for its debut last week, but adding those who saw it on streaming outlets like Hulu, it grew to 4.5 million, making it the network’s most streamed scripted debut ever. 

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