On TV this Wednesday: The Goldbergs and black-ish are struck by Cupid’s arrow, a rich family is up Schitt’s Creek, Mysteries of Laura gets rambunctious and Courtney Love is in the air on Empire. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Empire Feels the Love, Schitt's Hits, Laura Parties and More
Jane must determine whether he’s met a real psychic or a cunning killer amidst an investigation into multiple gruesome homicides. (Next week: series finale!)
Oliver struggles with changes to Team Arrow; Laurel goes ahead with her pursuit of Vertigo; Thea gets a surprise visitor. (Read preview.)
The Mysteries of Laura
After a long day investigating a murder, Laura parties it up with an old friend (Kelly Rutherford, Gossip Girl). Someone’s gonna be tired in the morning!
Beverly stresses out after Adam gives Dana a family ring; Murray argues with Lainey’s dad (David Koechner, The Office) over football.
Cookie’s put in charge of Empire’s original star (Court- ney Love, Sons of Anarchy); the Lyons get a blast from the past (guest star Raven Symone). (Watch video.)
A string of child abuse victims lead the BAU on a hunt for a witness; Kate is weary when her niece makes a date with an online pal. Greg Grunberg (Heroes) guest-stars.
Dre is determined to have an argument-free Valentine’s Day with Bow; the siblings teach Diane how to give a compliment.
Rumors begin swirling about Rayna and Luke’s breakup, as Rayna attempts to get back in the public eye; a very pregnant Juliet tries to get her career back on track.
Series premiere, two episodes: Best in Show‘s Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara, with Chris Elliot (How I Met Your Mother), star in this Canadian import about a family who lose their fortune and are forced to relocate to a tiny town they once bought as a joke.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
After Dennis and Mac ask Dee to help spy on the fish factory, Frank and Charlie grow suspicious and investigate.