On TV this Wednesday: Archer and American Horror Story both return with back-to-back episodes, Entourage‘s Adrian Grenier is used as Clickbait, and Disney+ takes a Luke at The Mandalorian‘s Season 2 finale. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Archer and Horror Story Return, Bob Ross and John Ritter Profiled, Netflix's Clickbait and More
Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed
The docu chronicles the life of the world’s most famous art instructor, and delves into “a battle for his business empire that cast a shadow over his happy trees.”
Limited series premiere (all eight episodes): When a family man (played by Entourage‘s Adrian Grenier) is abducted, those closest to him seek to uncover who did it and why; Zoe Kazan (The Plot Against America) co-stars. (Watch trailer.)
Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian
The latest installment highlights the technology used to recreate Luke Skywalker for the Season 2 finale, including Mark Hamill’s involvement.
Series premiere (all six episodes): The HGTV-style program follows besties-turned-business partners who attempt to work their design magic on a rundown motel.
Nine Perfect Strangers
Everyone must decide whether they want to remain under Masha’s care after they learn more about Tranquillum’s protocols. (Premiere earned a reader grade of “B.”)
America's Got Talent
Seven acts from Tuesday’s third quarterfinals showdown will advance to the semifinal round of competition. (Print Fall TV Calendar.)
Two episodes: First up, Dominique Crenn — the only female chef in America to attain three Michelin Stars — visits the kitchen. Then at 9 pm, chef Niki Nakayama gives the cooks a taste of Japan.
In order to help Eric, Archie must confront his own trauma; Betty and Tabitha come up with a plan to suss out the Lonely Highway killer.
American Horror Story
Season 10 (aka Double Feature) premiere (two episodes): Struggling writer Harry moves his family to an isolated beach town for the winter. (Meet the cast.)
Season 12 premiere (two episodes): For saving the world from a nuclear disaster, Archer & Co. are rewarded with… a five-night stay at a rat-infested Moldovan hotel. Later, the Agency embarks on a team building exercise. (Watch trailer.)
A forensic expert attempts to expose the anonymous author behind the Circleville letters which threatened to reveal alleged secrets about neighbors and friends in a small Ohio town for the better part of two decades.
For this week’s profile of the late John Ritter, talking heads include Kaley Cuoco, Jason Ritter, Suzanne Somers, Bryan Cranston and Henry Winkler.