On TV this Wednesday: The Blacklist mulls an intriguing offer, The Goldbergs‘ matriarch considers a life change and a CMT special attempts to offer hope in the wake of a recent tragedy. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
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Stateside premiere (all six episodes): Sean Bean (Game of Thrones) stars as a Catholic priest in Northern England who begins to question his faith when tragedy hits a local mother.
Season 2 premiere (all 10 episodes): A new group of survivors follow LaShawn back to Kent High, posing a new threat to the kids already inside.
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Forgoing the usual celebration honoring the top names in country music, this 90-minute concert special will instead serve as “a night of hope and healing” in the wake of the Route 91 Harvest music festival massacre; Chris Stapleton, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban, Andra Day, Common, Lee Ann Womack and Little Big Town perform.
Cash-strapped Red is approached with an opportunity; Tom moves forward with his investigation into the bones. Alicia Minshew (All My Children) guest-stars.
Cookie announces a competition to decide the top album for Empire’s 20-for-20; the family makes special arrangements for Bella’s first birthday.
Betty works to save Pop’s; the gang grows concerned about Archie’s behavior; the gunman remains at large. (Thoughts on the Season 2 premiere?)
Beverly decides to give up substitute teaching and return to school; Erica calls on Adam for help at college.
The Carringtons are suspected after it’s revealed that Matthew’s “accidental” death might have been a result of foul play. (Thoughts on the series premiere?)
A mission to retrieve a dangerous war criminal doesn’t go according to plan; Clay’s father (Southland‘s C. Thomas Howell) arrives in town. (Hear the good news?)
Elliot attempts to undo five/nine, as Mr. Robot triggers a new sense of panic. (Thoughts on the Season 3 premiere?)