What to Watch Today

Arrow and Supernatural Return, Gaga's Hotel Opens and More


On TV this Wednesday: Arrow suits back up, Supernatural awaits the consequence of darkness, Lady Gaga checks in at American Horror Story’s hotel and Tim Allen heads to Jay Leno’s Garage. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Hulu
    Casual

    Series premiere: A bachelor (Tommy Dewey, The Mindy Project) helps his divorced sister (Michaela Watkins, Trophy Wife) reenter the dating world, while she helps raise his teenage daughter (Tara Lynne Barr, Aquarius).

  • The CW
    Arrow

    Season 4 premiere: In need of help, Thea and Laurel interrupt Oliver and Felicity’s blissful getaway; Diggle refuses to work with Oliver. (Get scoop.)

  • ABC Family
    Kevin From Work

    Season 1 finale: First up, Kevin contemplates a new opportunity. Then at 8:30, Kevin meddles in Audrey and Brock’s relationship. (Not yet renewed.)

  • ABC
    The Goldbergs

    Murray and Adam argue over creative differences while building a robot; Beverly is devastated when Barry tapes over footage of his fifth birthday party.

  • The CW
    Supernatural

    Season 11 premiere: Sam and Dean face their biggest threat yet when the Darkness is unleashed; Castiel reflects upon his battle with Crowley. (Watch trailer!)

  • Fox
    Empire

    Cookie and Anika throw together a surprise performance that catches Pitbull’s attention; Lucious attempts to sign Frank Gathers’ daughter.

  • FX
    American Horror Story: Hotel

    Season 5 premiere: Detective John Lowe (Wes Bentley) investigates a series of murders, leading him to Los Angeles’ mysterious Hotel Cortez; Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer, Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Chloe Sevigny, Denis O’Hare, Cheyenne Jackson and Angela Bassett co-star. (Watch the terrifying title sequence!)

  • CBS
    Code Black

    After Christa (Bonnie Somerville) saves a woman’s life, she pleads with Neal (Raza Jaffrey) to perform a surgery that will ensure the patient’s reproductive future.

  • CNBC
    Jay Leno's Garage

    Series premiere: The former Tonight Show host brings his popular web series to basic cable as he visits with fellow muscle car aficionado Tim Allen.

  • MSNBC
    Blood Lions

    This captivating documentary about the business of canned hunting in South Africa explores the American-fueled industry most recently brought to light by the death of Cecil the Lion.

     

    COMING NEXT WEDNESDAY: The Season 2 premiere of DirecTV’s Kingdom.