On TV this Wednesday: The World Music Awards celebrate excellence in music, a buncha hockey pucks celebrate Don Rickles, So You Think You Can Dance starts searching for America’s next greatest dancer and the battle between The 100 and the Grounders heats up. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
SYTYCD Returns, The 100 Go Hunting and More
World Music Awards
This annual gala celebrates best-selling record artists. Scheduled performers include Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus, Jason Derulo, Fall Out Boy and Flo Rida.
So You Think You Can Dance
Season 11 premiere: Dancers try to wow the judges during auditions. Also, Justin Bieber introduces some top dance crews. (Guess he must have picked up some of Usher’s moves...?)
Melissa & Joey
Joe gets a visit from his mother and estranged brother (returning guest stars Faith Prince and Matthew Lawrence); Lennox wants to help Ryder get into college, even though he has other plans.
Emma takes her first steps the moment Ben walks out the door. Bonnie, Tucker, Danny and Riley recall how their lives have changed since Emma’s arrival.
The World Wars
Miniseries finale: World War II breaks out under new world leaders.
During a hunt for food, Finn and Clarke end up in a compromising position, while Bellamy receives an irresistible offer from Raven.
Season 2 premiere: Grace is on a special FBI task force investigating a prostitution ring, but her home life gets complicated when her mother Vivian (Homefront‘s Clare Higgins) shows up after a prolonged absence.
One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles
David Letterman, Jerry Seinfeld, Robert De Niro, Bob Newhart, Amy Poehler, Tina Fey are among the luminaries/hockey pucks on hand to honor the comedy icon.
Flowers in the Attic
Repeat to Revisit: In case Petals on the Wind has you jonesing for its precursor, here’s a chance to re-watch the origins of the scandalous Dollanganger clan — because what happens in the family, stays in the family.
A seemingly straightforward case of self-defense during a home invasion turns out to be more complicated than originally thought. Meanwhile, tensions flare when Cross asserts his authority and Angie pushes back.