Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Thursday, April 6. All times are Eastern.
Superstore (NBC, 8 p.m.): Due to popular demand, The A.V. Club will review the remainder of what’s been a superb second season for Superstore. Just keep the laws of supply and demand in mind: If enough readers don’t show up for Les Chappell’s reviews of the workplace comedy, then we’ll stop supplying them. We think that’s how supply and demand works—look, we’re critics, not economists. Let’s give this another try: In tonight’s episode, Glenn’s abundant supply of foster children visits the store, even though no one demanded the visit? Though we guess Glenn did?
Dark Net (Showtime, 10 p.m.): The return of the premium-cable docuseries that is to Black Mirror what Real Sex was to everything in the “Late Night” tab on HBO Go. Creep yourself out with true stories from the technological frontier—which, in the second-season premiere, completes our crude HBO-after-dark analogy with a story about “the world’s first artificially intelligent sex robot.”