On TV this Wednesday: Big Shot, The Challenge and Sistas kick off new seasons, The Conners reunites Gallagher siblings and Welcome to Wrexham wraps its freshman run. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
Big Shot, The Challenge and Sistas Return, Conners' Shameless Reunion, Barney Docuseries and More
Season 2 premiere (all 10 episodes): Marvyn recruits a new player in an attempt to get the Sirens broadcast on ESPN; Westbrook goes co-ed. (Watch trailer.)
Series premiere (all eight episodes): The fast-paced cooking competition takes inspiration from the iconic Easy-Bake Oven; Queer Eye‘s Antoni Porowski hosts.
I Love You, You Hate Me
The two-part docuseries chronicles the rise and fall of Barney the Dinosaur — and the unlikely backlash faced by the purple T-Rex.
Also streaming Wednesday: New episodes of Andor and The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (Disney+), and The Handmaid’s Tale and Tell Me Lies (Hulu).
Season 38 (aka Ride or Dies) premiere: Returnees include Johnny “Bananas” Devenanzio, Darrell Taylor, Veronica Portillo, Kailah Casillas-Bird and Jordan Wisely.
Shameless reunion alert! Emma Kenney’s former TV brother Ethan Cutkosky (aka Carl Gallagher) plays Neville and Louise’s nephew, who suddenly finds himself in need of a place to stay.
Chucky arrives at Incarnate Lord with a murderous agenda; Tiffany is questioned by a detective.
Someone from Nicky’s past shows up unexpectedly; Mei-Li meets with a restaurant investment group representative (played by Supernatural‘s Kim Rhodes).
Season 5 premiere: Andi confronts Gary about his intention to lawyer up; Karen’s health is at risk. (House of Payne and Assisted Living are also new.)
The Amazing Race
Teams make their way to Florence, where they must chisel out a sculpture from a large block of plaster and crash a fashion photo shoot.
Season 13 finale: Archer and the gang need proof to temper expectations and ice the mission. (Not yet renewed.)
In the first episode of the post-Halstead era, a shocking murder pulls Torres into his own neighborhood. (Read Jesse Lee Soffer’s message to fans.)
Welcome to Wrexham
Season 1 finale (three episodes): For the first time in 14 years, Wrexham AFC has a chance to be promoted out of the National League. (Previously renewed.)