On TV this Wednesday: Young & Hungry heads down the aisle, the Mystery Girls solve their last crime, The Divide arrives at a conclusion and Motive comes clean. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Motive's Last Case, The Divide's Final Verdict, Dance and More
So You Think You Can Dance
Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family) guest-judges as the Top 4 put their best feet forward. Also, Jason Mraz performs his hit single, “Love Someone.”
Young & Hungry
Season finale: When Caroline forgets Josh’s birthday, Gabi lets her take credit for her gift. But after she sees Josh’s reaction, Gabi questions if she should tell him the truth… and possibly ruin his wedding. (Not yet renewed.)
Season finale: Nick is scared when a mobster who is after him tracks down his location after seeing a Mystery Girls commercial. Meanwhile, Charlie’s husband’s concern for her safety causes her to reconsider a new career. (Not yet renewed.)
Yasumoto and Molly must rely on each other to track her baby after Sparks flees with it to a remote location. Then at 10 pm, Molly gets closer to finding her “offspring” and Sparks commits to doing whatever it takes to maintain the visions of his dead daughter.
Season finale: As Christine and Terry get closer, Stanley forces her to choose between the two men in her life. Meanwhile, Billie comes up with a plan to protect her family and Eric is trapped in a violent event.
Who Do You Think You Are?
Season finale: Minnie Driver (About a Boy) uncovers the family secrets her late father kept hidden and tracks down a long lost relative for the first time.
Season finale: After a major case from Flynn and Cross’ past resurfaces, Flynn realizes they must come clean about their history. (Renewed in Canada; Stateside fate TBD.)
Styx, a gang member Cat arrests, kills two cops while trying to escape the precinct. But when she discovers it was a planned hit, everyone becomes a suspect.
Briggs discovers that someone in Graceland has evidence of his past crimes, so he decides to take that person down. Meanwhile the team executes a bank heist to steal dirty cop Markham’s money.
Hot In Cleveland
Tensions run high as Victoria is up for an Academy Award, Elka is up for City Council election and Melanie gets a visit from her mother (Debra Monk, Damages).