What to Watch: The TVLine-Up for Wednesday

On TV this Wednesday: Suburgatory and Criminal Minds end their seasons, Ghost HuntersGrant Wilson investigates his final case, James Denton gets Hot in Cleveland and more. In addition to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are six programs to keep on your radar.

PREVIEW | Suburgatory Season Finale: The Mother Issues Come Out!

8 pm American Idol (Fox) | It’s Top 3 week and the Idol hopefuls are headed to their hometowns. Check out Michael Slezak’s song suggestions and the most recent episode of Idology!

RELATED | Fall TV Grid: Find Out When Happy Endings and Apartment 23 Will Air!

9 pm Criminal Minds (CBS) | Two-hour Season 7 finale: Going up against a gang of serial-killing bank robbers in D.C., the BAU tries to negotiate the situation unfolding inside the bank — but the stakes rise when one of their own is taken hostage. Count on the finale ending on a more festive (and bittersweet) note as a wedding takes place and the team bids adieu to Paget Brewster’s Prentiss one more time. Battlestar Galactica‘s Tricia Helfer, Ed‘s Josh Randall and October Road‘s Evan Jones guest-star, although you’ll see quite a few returning guest stars as well…

9 pm Ghost Hunters (Syfy) Grant Wilson’s last investigation leads to team to Jason and Grant’s very own haunted property: The Spalding Inn. (And that’s what you call full-circle, folks.)

9:30 pm Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 (ABC) | After the success of her confidence lesson, Chloe teaches June how to be dabble in casual encounters. (Hopefully not on Craigslist.) However, Chloe’s sex life catches up to her when her sex tape with James leaks, putting his Dancing With the Stars popularity in jeopardy.

PREVIEW | Revenge‘s Emily VanCamp Teases a ‘Highly Anticipated’ Moment and Big Finale Showdown

10 pm Law & Order: SVU (NBC) | The detectives are drawn into the psychological realm of self-mutilation and ritual amputation (severed leg alert!), investigating two brothers (Sex and the City‘s David Eigenberg and Lost alum Patrick Fischler) in order to link two cases and find a missing woman.

10 pm Hot in Cleveland (TV Land) | If you’re already missing Desperate Housewives, you’re in luck. The late Mike Delfino (James Denton) guest-stars as a handsome truck driver that Joy tries to woo with a CB radio and an alternate personality.

VIDEO | Happily Divorced Sneak Peek: Dan Aykroyd Is Fran’s [Spoiler]!

Which of the above is must-see for you? Also, hit Comments to offer your own tune-in suggestions.

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  1. Tiffany says:

    You are missing Revenge on this list!!! Amend please :)

    • jaynecobb2 says:

      Check the blue links.

    • bex says:

      How many times does someone have to point this out? There is a link to an article on Revenge. It may be in a different colour, but it’s still there

      • anthonynewhall says:

        Technically, no, if it doesn’t say “10 pm Revenge” then its not on there.

        And it doesn’t. A link to a VanCamp interview is not a summary of the episode.

        • boom says:

          “In addition to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are six programs to keep on your radar.”

        • anthonynewhall says:

          Wait, I just reread it. Never mind, you’re right. I figured we’d at least get a Revenge summary.

        • Danyelle says:

          I can’t speak for others but I’d rather get a big fat article than some measly “summary.” Sometimes I worry that if enough people grumble, TVLine will decide a one-sentence blurb here is just as good as a full-blown article.

        • Mike says:

          I’ll keep saying it. I think the format of these daily posts is rather confusing. Sure, once you know the rules you can play along. But, I still don’t understand why they wouldn’t just put the time slot for these “linked within” shows, then list the title of the show and then link to their other features. It would pretty much resolve everyone’s issues. lol

          • Renee says:

            Or everyone could…read.

          • Gem says:

            But then they would be TVGuide not TVLine. They’re giving you things to keep on your radar and obviously if something you love isn’t here it already is on it. Thus the links! I like the blurbs about shows I may have never thought of tuning into. Keep it up TVLine!

          • Mike says:

            My point remains the same. I understand what they’re going for, but the eyes are trained to go right to the bolded areas and skip over the intro paragraph and the links. There just seems like there could be a better way to do it.

            But at this point, it’s highly comical to see people complain on a daily basis, so I guess I shouldn’t be begging for change anyway. :-)

          • B says:

            my thoughts exactly, though it is pretty funny seeing at least one person complain on every post.

  2. MiTYH says:

    And Modern Family!!!

  3. bgs says:

    Revenge without any doubt

  4. Josh says:

    Revenge and Criminal minds for me Screw cute guy idol

  5. Susie says:

    Criminal Minds all the way tonight!!

  6. greysfan says:

    Criminal Minds, Modern Family and Revenge for me tonight.

  7. bad kevin says:

    Devils-Rangers Game Two on NBC Sports Network.

  8. Michael says:

    Criminal Minds all the way tonight!!
    Paget finale season as a main cast

  9. Justin says:

    Criminal Minds, Modern Family, and Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23 are on my must-watch list tonight.

  10. G says:

    Modern Family and Criminal Minds.

  11. rubytu says:

    Suburgatory, Criminal Minds, Revenge, Hot in Cleveland….

  12. theresa says:

    Watching The Middle, Suburb, Modern Family, Apt 23 & Revenge. DVR The Soup & White Heat.

  13. Shaun says:

    American Idol and Revenge…..are reality shows not put on the list at all?

  14. You know what??? I REALLY think tv writers need to learn from the writers of Criminal Minds of CSI:NY. You don’t need cliffhangers, main character deaths of overdone drama to keep the fans going. These were the single, most amazing season finales, where everything ended GREAT, happy, yet, the level of emotion was huge! Well freaking done! LOVED!