What to Watch on Thursday: ‘30 for 30’ looks at Kerrigan-Harding scandal

01/16/2014 6:00 AM

01/15/2014 4:36 PM

30 for 30: The Price of Gold (9pm, ESPN) - A documentary chronicling the 1994 figure-skating scandal involving U.S. Olympic hopefuls Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding. Interviewees include Harding and Kerrigan’s husband, plus the skaters’ coaches and various media members.

Also on tonight . . .

Community (8pm, NBC) - A team of investigators grill the study group after Pierce’s death in order to execute his will, leading the group to learn surprising things about one another.

19th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards (8pm, CW) - The Broadcast Film Critics Association presents awards to their top movie picks. “12 Years a Slave” and “American Hustle” lead all films with 13 nominations each.

American Idol (8pm, Fox) - The preliminary auditions continue.

Under the Gunn (9pm, Lifetime) - In this new series featuring Tim Gunn, up-and-coming designers compete and are mentored by “Project Runway” veterans. In the opener, designers try to catch the eye of a potential mentor during a six-hour challenge. Later, the mentors discover they are also “under the Gunn.”

Parenthood (10pm, NBC) - Camille returns home, but not everyone is happy to see her. Also, Joel puts in long hours at work (with Pete!?), Hank confronts problems with Adam, and Amber tries to avoid dealing with her issues.

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