On TV this Wednesday: The Middle struggles with brotherly love, The Americans carve out mother-daughter bonding time, The Mysteries of Laura takes it to the court and a verdict is unveiled on Broadchurch. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Americans Finale, Middle Reunion, Hot Nudes and More
Saving My Tomorrow
Pharrell Williams, Alan Cumming (The Good Wife) and Laura Dern (Enlightened) take part in the third installment of this docuseries aimed towards teaching today’s youth about preserving the environment.
The remaining six rock out to arena anthems. Hopefully BFFs Quentin and Harry have found time to bury the hatchet! (Watch the latest Reality Check.)
The Mysteries of Laura
March Madness is still a mystery for Laura, but not for long. The murder of a teacher’s aide calls for her to investigate the world of college hoops.
An anguished Felicity takes control of matters when Oliver and the team trek to Nanda Parbat. (Read preview.)
The Hecks serve as peacemakers when Frankie’s dad Tag (played by Jerry Van Dyke) reunites with his estranged brother Dutch (guest star Dick Van Dyke, Diagnosis Murder). (See exclusive photo.)
The BAU suspects mind control’s at play when a trio of murder suspects claim they were attacked by a “clawed monster.” (Read Q&A with Matthew Gray Gubler.)
Jay agrees to join Cam’s bowling league. Little does he know that it’s an all-gay league! Oliver Platt (Fargo) guest-stars.
Season 3 finale: Paige and Elizabeth embark on a trip; Philip finds comfort in an unlikely source; Stan’s strategy for saving Nina hits a snag. (Yep, renewed.)
Season 2 finale: Alec and Ellie are flabbergasted by the culmination of Joe’s trial and a verdict that leaves Dorset’s citizenry distressed. (Also renewed.)
Hot in Cleveland
Elka and Mamie pose nude for a local charity calendar, and Mr. Belding (aka Dennis Haskins, Saved by the Bell) plays a priest. What else is there to know?