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Originally published Thursday, October 24, 2013 at 5:30 AM

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Thursday TV Picks: ‘Once Upon a Time in Wonderland’ on ABC

TV picks for Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013, include “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland” on ABC, “Project Runway All Stars” on Lifetime and “Elementary” on CBS.


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‘Once Upon a Time in Wonderland’

This spinoff of the network’s “Once Upon a Time” is a simply enchanting take on the Lewis Carroll story. It tells the tale of Alice (Sophie Lowe) and her return to Wonderland to seek her true love, Cyrus (Peter Gadiot). As you might expect, the course of true love doesn’t run smoothly, but the place is full of fun characters (chief among them John Lithgow as the voice of the White Rabbit and Naveen Andrews as the evil genie Jafar). 8 p.m. Thursday on ABC (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).

Doug Knoop, Seattle Times staff
dknoop@seattletimes.com or on Twitter @dougknoop

Also on Thursday

“2013 World Series,” 4:30 p.m. (Fox): “St. Louis Cardinals at Boston Red Sox”: Game 2. From Fenway Park in Boston.

“The Vampire Diaries,” 8 p.m. (CW): Elena and Damon try to help Stefan through a confusing time, as the residents of Mystic Falls honor the dead; Caroline tries to get acquainted with Jesse; Jeremy makes a confession.

“Project Runway All Stars,” 9 p.m. (Lifetime): The designers must create a fashion-forward, punk look inspired by singer Debbie Harry.

“Sean Saves the World,” 9:01 p.m. (NBC): When Max’s father, Lee, visits, he takes his frustration out on his employees; Sean tries to set Lorna up with Lee.

“Elementary,” 10:01 p.m. (CBS): The body of a former assassin is discovered; Watson helps a friend locate a mystery man who swept her off her feet.

“Covert Affairs,” 10:01 p.m. (USA): Auggie works with Calder on an alternate method to destroy Henry.

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