What to Watch Tonight: Thanksgiving for Charlie Brown, Soup for WWE, a CSI's Dark Past & More

A Charlie Brown ThanksgivingOn TV this Wednesday: The WWE’s got The Soup against the ropes, Private Practice doubles up, Charlie Brown makes his annual pilgrim-age and a CSI‘s past is explored. All told, here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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8 pm A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (ABC) | Give thanks with Chuck & Co., then stick around for a bonus cartoon: This Is America, Charlie Brown: The Mayflower Voyagers.

8 pm Whitney (NBC) | When Alex and Whitney decide to share a checking account, she’s surprised that he doesn’t have much more money than she does.

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9 pm Criminal Minds (CBS) | The BAU races to bring home a missing school bus full of kids. Andrew James Allen (The Lovely Bones), David Gallagher (7th Heaven) and Reggie Hayes (Girlfriends) guest-star.

9 pm Law & Order: SVU (NBC) | Benson enlists ADA Barba (return guest star Raul Esparza) and a retired teacher (Friends‘ Elliot Gould) to help reveal a sex-abuse cover-up at an elite private school. Charles Grodin (Beethoven) and Anthony Rapp (Rent) also guest-star.

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10 pm Chicago Fire (NBC) | A visit to a meth lab, a gang shooting and a 10-car pile-up make for an eventful Thanksgiving at the firehouse. Oh, and a deep-fried turkey fire causes a massive explosion.

10 pm Private Practice (ABC) | In the series’ second ep of the week, Jake fears that an incident in his past will come to light during a meeting with Henry’s social worker. (Watch video sneak peeks.)

10 pm CSI (CBS) | A body found in the desert prompts Finlay her to revisit her past.Dylan Walsh (Unforgettable), Brian Van Holt (Cougar Town) and Sarah Brown (General Hospital) guest-star.

10 pm Top Chef (Bravo) | Tom and Emeril move into the kitchen to lead teams for this year’s Thanksgiving battle.

10 pm American Horror Story: Asylum (FX) | A mysterious little girl is abandoned at Briarcliff, the Monsignor makes a Faustian pact with Arden and Bloody Face’s origin is revealed.

10:30 pm The Soup Salutes WWE: Pile Driving Clips Into Your Face (E!) | Immediately after The Soup, WWE Superstars and Divas are going to make the weekly clip show beg for mercy with an episode dedicated to the world of professional wrestling. (Get a sneak peek!)

Which of the above is must-see for you? Also, hit the comments with your own suggestions. 

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  1. Reward says:

    AHS! Can’t wait. Last ep was so good. I was freaking out :D
    Quinto, Lange e Paulson :Q______

  2. POIFanatic says:

    AHS: Asylum

  3. Greg S. says:

    No supnat & Arrow tonight,sooooooo nothing for me…..

  4. Templar says:

    Wednesdays are never big for me, so just the police procedurals. Crim Minds and CSI.

  5. HEATHER says:

    Chicago Fire
    Bonus Private Practice

    Sad we have no Nashville :(

  6. Stephanie says:

    Horror story!! Can’t wait to see what becomes of Lana now that Bloody face has her!

  7. ollie says:

    criminal minds i have charlie thanksgiving on dvd so i can watch it tomm instead

  8. A bus full of missing school kids? What other show did that just the other day?

  9. Sarah says:

    Saw Criminal Minds last night here in Canada, and OH MY.

  10. Eric F says:

    In real life, NCIS and the JAG corps would interact all the time. Even though NCIS is a spin off of JAG, except for Season 1, no direct interaction has happened. Might you suggest to them that maybe for the 250th episode, it might be good to bring back Adm. Harmon Rabb (David James Elliott)or Gen. Sarah MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) or both from JAG? After all, 10 years absence is enough!

  11. nick1372 says:

    Just Charlie Brown for me, thanks to no Arrow or ABC comedies.

  12. jules says:

    Sadly missing my two favs, Supernatural and Arrow, but I’m looking forward to a good new episode of Chicago Fire!

  13. Dee says:

    Criminal Minds
    Chicago Fire
    I miss no Arrow on