Critic’s corner: What’s on TV Thursday

Cera, Shawkat, Arnett, Tambor, Bateman, Walter, de Rossi.
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Cera, Shawkat, Arnett, Tambor, Bateman, Walter, de Rossi.

Inside the Actors Studio 8 p.m., Bravo

James Lipton welcomes the cast of “Arrested Development.” The Bluth clan — Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Alia Shawkat, Jeffrey Tambor, and Jessica Walter, as well as creator Mitch Hurwitz — face the little blue cards that likely hold questions about acting, banana stands, Netflix, why Michael Cera and David Cross aren’t there, and host Lipton’s appearances as Stefan Gentles on the series. Apparently, Lipton is so jazzed about his reunion with the cast that he busts out his own version of the chicken dance.

Glee 9 p.m., Fox


After mourning the loss of castmate Cory Monteith in the last episode before a hiatus, the show gets back to the business of its title. Former “American Idol” contestant Adam Lambert drops by as “Starchild,” a performer who serves as foil to Kurt (Chris Colfer), while the rest of the gang debates whether they are a Katy (Perry) or a (Lady) Gaga. (Pictured, from left: Demi Lovato, Lambert, Naya Rivera, Colfer, Lea Michele)

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Once Upon a Time in Wonderland 8 p.m., ABC

Jafar: The Early Years. (Possibly stuck on an island?)

The Voice 8 p.m., NBC

Live without a net.


Reign 9 p.m., the CW

Here it comes again.