On TV this Wednesday: USA Network does the Robot, Big Brother is back in business, Suits is in denial and Hulu giddy-ups for a sponge-worthy binge. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Mr. Robot Boots Up, Suits and Big Brother Return, Seinfeld Storms Hulu and More
Grab a bowl of Cheerios or a delicious black-and-white cookie and settle in for the ultimate marathon. All nine seasons of the show about nothing are now streaming! (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.)
The home cooks are tasked with creating scrumptious breakfast platters in just under 45 minutes.
Melissa & Joey
Joe’s hectic new work schedule takes its toll on Mel’s congressional run; Lennox attempts to end Zander and McKenna’s relationship.
Season 5 premiere: Mike and Rachel hold off on sharing their big news as his latest case intensifies; Donna struggles with new employer Louis.
Season 3 premiere: Grace (Thandie Newton) uncovers ties between white-collar boardrooms and the gangs of Chicago while seeking to bring down those who murdered her son. Richard Schiff (The West Wing), Cole Hauser (The Lizzie Borden Chronicles), Sarah Carter (Falling Skies), Derek Luke (Empire), Bianca Lawson (Pretty Little Liars) and Brian Markinson (Continuum) co-star.
Zendaya (K.C. Undercover) serves as guest judge in a special music-themed episode of the Rebecca Romijn-hosted body painting competition series.
Series premiere (70 minutes): A cyber security guru (Rami Malek, The Pacific) is hired by the leader (Christian Slater, Mind Games) of a notorious hacker group to destroy the firm where he’s presently employed. Gloria Reuben (ER), Portia Doubleday (Mr. Sunshine), Carly Chaikin (Suburgatory) and Martin Wallstrom co-star.
The final season continues as Malik’s difficulties with reading are exposed during Walter’s memorial service.
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
In the mood for some fresh Seinfeld? Comedians in Cars is the next best thing! This week, Jerry is joined by Bill Maher in a VW Beetle.