What to Watch Tonight

World Series Clincher, Freak Show Halloween and More

American Horror Story Freak Show

On TV this Wednesday: Kansas City and San Francisco battle for World Series supremacy, Survivor‘s svengali takes you into the Lucha Underground, Criminal Minds keeps it in the family and an American Horror Story: Freak Show spook finishes what he started. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

  • Fox
    The World Series

    With the series tied 3-3, it’s literally anyone’s game. Hudson pitches for the Giants, Guthrie for the Royals, at Kansas City.

  • El Rey
    Lucha Underground

    Series premiere, two hours: Producer Mark Burnett (Survivor, The Voice) is behind this unscripted look at lucha libre, a Latino “ancient combat tradition” in which masked wrestlers compete for a $100,000 prize.

  • NBC
    The Mysteries of Laura

    Laura and the team crack open the seedy underbelly of… the karaoke scene? TV vet Robert Klein guest-stars as Laura’s estranged father.

  • ABC
    The Goldbergs

    It’s Halloween, and when Barry stops Erica from mixing Pop Rocks and soda — which, according to urban legend, will totally kill her — he wants a little something in return for “saving” her life.

  • The CW
    The 100

    Clark demands answers of President Dante Wallace, Octavia and Lincoln must make difficult decisions and Abby performs emergency surgery. (Get scoop.)

  • CBS
    Criminal Minds

    Star Thomas Gibson directed this episode, which centers on trick-or-treaters who go missing; Gibson’s 12-year-old son, Travis, guest-stars.

  • DirecTV Audience Network
    Kingdom

    Christina and Jay have a difference of opinions about how to save her; potential investors send unwelcome gifts to the gym, putting Alvey on edge. (Get scoop.)

  • FX
    American Horror Story: Freak Show

    Edward Mordrake continues looking for a freak to add to his carnival of the dead. Elsewhere, Jimmy and Maggie have a run-in with Twisty.

  • FXX
    The League

    The guys try to help Lane (returning guest star Zach Woods, Silicon Valley) during a difficult time.

  • Comedy Central
    Key & Peele

    Tonight’s spooky skits include a detective confronting a serial killer in a funhouse and a Make-a-Wish kid who’s seriously evil.