On TV this Wednesday: New York and Chicago’s finest get to work, Ripper Street gets back in locomotion, J.K. Rowling’s Casual Vacancy is brought to life and Supernatural exposes motherly whereabouts. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
P.D./SVU Team-Up, Ripper Street Returns and More
The remaining five contenders perform songs connected to the judges’ hometowns, followed by a second selection that “defines their soul.”
The Casual Vacancy
Miniseries premiere (two episodes): First at 8 pm, the unexpected death of a local government worker (Penny Dreadful‘s Rory Kinnear) is viewed as a political advantage by a number of citizens in Pagford, England. Then at 9 pm, secrets are exposed at his funeral. Michael Gambon (Fortitude) also stars.
Young & Hungry
Gabi and Sofia look for a new place to live after their landlord becomes infatuated with Yolanda.
Castiel calls upon Sam and Dean to follow up on a lead regarding Claire Novak’s mother. Leisha Hailey (The L Word) guest-stars.
The BAU searches for a vigilante after a plethora of criminals are gunned down. Joe Adler (The Mentalist, soon Grey’s Anatomy) guest-stars. (Get scoop.)
Special time: Following up on Tuesday’s Chicago Fire, SVU‘s Benson calls in Fin and Amaro to help investigate a criminal suspected of rape, arson and murder. Dallas Roberts (The Good Wife) guest-stars.
Law & Order: SVU
Special time: And immediately picking up where P.D. leaves off, Voight and Benson join forces to capture their perp once and for all. (Get scoop.)
Season 3 premiere: Reid and Long Susan are sent on a strenuous collision course following a disastrous locomotive accident.
Layla, Jeff and Luke attend Jade’s beachfront party, as Rayna travels to Mississippi to assist Deacon.
Through the Wormhole
Season 6 premiere: Morgan Freeman explores bigotry’s roots and its part in past and current events.