On TV this Wednesday: Laura‘s team is targeted by a cop-killer, Chicago P.D. is in over its head, Empire gets Fox-y and The Goldbergs compete for Turkey Day rituals. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar:
Laura, SVU and P.D. Fall Finales, Empire Rap Battle and More
The Mysteries of Laura
Fall finale: When an undercover cop is outed and killed, the team investigates — and is targeted in the process, forcing them to alter their approach.
Murray’s brother tricks Pop Pop into believing that he’s hosting Thanksgiving instead of Beverly; Pops lets Barry and Erica give the holiday toast.
People's Sexiest Man Alive 2015
Scandal‘s Bellamy Young hosts an “in-depth” look at Hollywood heartthrobs, followed by the (second) reveal of People‘s Sexiest Man Alive 2015.
Hakeem challenges Freda to a rap battle; Cookie is visited by her sister, Candace (Vivica A. Fox); Anika receives life-altering news. (See photos.)
Law & Order: SVU
Fall finale: When Barba is forced to use evidence from a case that is decades old, it tees up a confrontation between him and Dr. Huang (BD Wong).
Sheriff Donna asks Sam and Dean to assist after a paranormal murder takes place in her town; Sam asks God for help with his continued visions.
American Horror Story: Hotel
Renovations pave the way for the reveal of one of the hotel’s darkest secrets; John is psychiatrically evaluated; the Countess is made privy to the fate of her first love.
Fall finale: Lindsay grows weary of Voight’s objectivity when the decapitated body at the center of an investigation is tied to his social circle.
Christa is made responsible for nearly every emergency at Angels Memorial; Malaya establishes a bone marrow drive for Carla; Leanne refuses to go on a date with Cole.
Rayna wants Maddie to turn down an important offer; Luke attempts to regain Colt’s trust; Avery works on jingles as a means of earning cash. (Get scoop.)
Jimmy gets reprimanded by PC Principal for using foul language in the school newspaper.
You're the Worst
Gretchen accompanies Sam to a radio interview; Edgar involves himself with Dorothy’s comedy friends; Jimmy and Nina get closer.