1) “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay,” 8:30 p.m., Freeform. This may be one of the best half-hour episodes this season. It’s also a weird one, not for everyone. Nicholas has just hooked up his Skype; now his mother – in an Australia hospital – looms over his living room on a giant screen. He’s in the U.S., watching his teen-aged half-sisters … who arrive with friends (shown here in another episode), dogs and crises. It’s a big episode, centering on a long-shot dream of Matilda, who’s autistic. Stick around for the great closing minutes.
2) “Station 19,” 8 p.m., ABC. These people spend their workday amid action and danger; maybe they should spend their other time at home, watching TV. Maya, however, decides it’s time for some “team-building” in the woods. What can go wrong? Many things, including a bear attack.
3) “Grown-ish,” 8 p.m., Freeform. Zoey is bright and likable, surrounded by friends. She’s also a bit self-centered, however; that’s big tonight, when Aaron – drowning in college-loan debt – needs a favor. Also in this solid drama-comedy episode, Zoey bonds with a potential foe and Sky reacts to last week’s discovery: For the first time (without realizing it), she’s been dating a white guy.
4) “Mom,” 9 p.m., CBS. Thursdays are stuffed with a dozen comedies, some of them (“Outmatched,” “Indebted,” “Carol’s Second Act”) merely so-so. But “Mom” has remained first-rate,with terrific characters who are deeply aware of their own flaws. Tonight, Christy considers a life-changing decision; her mother, rarely the voice of reason, has advice. Also, Jill sees a fertility doctor.
5) “Tommy,” 10 p.m., CBS. Tommy (Edie Falco) was named Los Angeles police chief after a sex-bias scandal. Now – as she prepares for some fitness tests – she’s asked to oversee a tricky case: A woman who attacked a Hollywood producer at a party in his home says he tried to sexually assault her first.