On TV this Wednesday: Katherine Heigl leads CBS’ Doubt, Criminal Minds partners with the Beyond Borders team and black-ish returns to its roots. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Heigl's Doubt Debuts, Criminal Minds Team-Up and More
Miniseries finale: Following his release from prison, Mandela (Laurence Fishburne) learns he is the only person who can bring a divided nation together.
Riggs and Murtaugh work with Agent Palmer (returning guest star Hilarie Burton) to protect ambulance-chasing attorney Leo Getz (The Odd Couple‘s Thomas Lennon).
Jaha sets Clarke and Bellamy down a path of potential salvation; tensions escalate in Arcadia and Polis. (The 100‘s Bob Morley defends Bellamy’s choice.)
In “Spencer,” a “course changer” episode co-written by cast member Kirsten Vangsness, the BAU enlists the help of the IRT’s Seger and Simmons (Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders‘ Alana De La Garza and Daniel Henney) when Reid runs into trouble in Mexico.
Dre is reunited with old friends when he attends a funeral in Compton; Bow gets self-conscious after Ruby criticizes her parenting skills.
Series premiere: A defense attorney (Grey’s Anatomy‘s Katherine Heigl) begins to fall for her charming client (Rescue Me‘s Steven Pasquale); Laverne Cox (OITNB), Dulé Hill (Psych), Dreama Walker (The Good Wife) and Elliott Gould (Ray Donovan) co-star.
Intelligence becomes entangled in a web of secrets and lies as they work to ID a charred body; Lindsay and Halstead are warned about Rixton.
Miller hatches a plan to eliminate what’s left of the protomolecule on Eros.
David reflects upon his past with help from new friends. (What did you think of the series premiere?)
Harvey and Mike partner on a class action suit; Louis turns to Rachel for help impressing a client.