On TV this Wednesday: The Big Brother house reopens its doors, Jason Dohring (possibly) has Motive, Mystery Girls tries to find an audience, Taxi Brooklyn wants to pick you up and Wilfred just wants to play. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Big Brother's Back, 90210 Gals Solve a Mystery and More
So You Think You Can Dance
As contestants compete for a spot in the Top 20, guest judges include Stephen “tWitch” Boss, former ballerina Irina Dvorovenko, retired figure skater Tara Lipinski and Step Up producer Adam Shankman.
Season 16 premiere: In the first half of the two-night opener, eight of the new Houseguests will be introduced as they move into the treehouse-themed compound. (What, did a producer read The Swiss Family Robinson over the winter?)
Young & Hungry
Series premiere: Food blogger Gabi (Emily Osment, Hannah Montana) lands an interview to become a personal chef for tech millionaire Josh (Jonathan Sadowski, $#*! My Dad Says) — but when the romantic dinner she helps him plan takes an unexpected turn, she fears she has lost the tastiest gig ever. The cast also includes Rex Lee (Suburgatory), Kym Whitley (Animal Practice) and Aimee Carrero (The Americans). Top Chef Season 6 winner Michael Voltaggio guest-stars.
Series premiere: When a rumor spreads that actress Holly Hamilton (Tori Spelling, 90210) is dead and someone’s trying to sell her old sex tape, a very much alive Holly and her former castmate Charlie (Jennie Garth, 90210) fake a funeral to track down the culprit.
Logan Sanders pushes Harvey to prove that his relationship with Mike won’t prevent them from winning the takeover battle. Meanwhile, Louis tries to mend his relationship with Jeff.
When Sergeant Cross helps Flynn investigate a blood-soaked crime scene and find a missing bartender, Flynn feels guilty for leaving Vega out of the action. Jason Dohring (Veronica Mars) guest-stars.
Series premiere: When Detective “Cat” Sullivan (Chyler Leigh, Grey’s Anatomy) is demoted to foot patrol, she promises to prove taxi driver Leo’s (newcomer Jacky Ido) innocence in a bank robbery if he drives her around. The cast includes Jennifer Esposito (Blue Bloods), Bill Heck (Pan Am) and Ally Walker (The Protector). And no, Jimmy Fallon will not be making a cameo.
The team works together to find a bus line that’s smuggling contraband into the country. Elsewhere, Tuturro sells an antique gun to the son of a cartel leader.
Hot in Cleveland
Elka gets some campaign advice and Joy tries to get the attention of her new boss (guest star Tim Daly, Private Practice) who only has eyes for Melanie.
Double-episode final season premiere: First, when Ryan’s reality is upended he gets a second chance to make things right. Then at 10:30, Ryan and Wilfred get an unwelcome guest during a camping trip.