On TV this Wednesday: Justice is served in the latest #OneChicago spinoff, Conan O’Brien takes his show to Mexico and Hunted fugitives finish their literal run. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar:
Chicago Justice Served, Suits and Hunted Finales and More
Series premiere (all four episodes): In this British import, one-half of a famous comedy duo (Harry Potter‘s Robbie Coltrane) is accused of sexual misconduct.
Oliver faces his biggest mayoral hurdle yet; Diggle leads a mission to take Vigilante down once and for all. (View photos.)
Crossover alert! A massive fire at a factory-turned-workspace tests the limits of Firehouse 51 and the doctors and nurses of Chicago Med, while one of P.D.‘s own is trapped inside.
Season 1 finale: The last fugitive teams standing plot their final escapes to win the $250,000 prize. (Not yet renewed.)
Special time: Cam comes across an online video of someone desecrating his beloved Fizbo costume; Phil meets his soon-to-be step-brother.
Special time: While one of P.D.‘s own lies is in critical condition, Intelligence works with Firehouse 51 and the State’s Attorney’s lead prosecutor Peter Stone (Philip Winchester) to investigate the origins of the fire.
When We Rise
Night 2 of 4: Cleve, Ken and Roma work together to fight Proposition 6, which would ban homosexuals from working in the public school system.
A shocking development arises ahead of the girls’ performance at Atlanta Next Fest; Carlotta and Cotton remain at odds. (Good news, folks.)
Series premiere: The crossover’s closing hour finds Peter Stone and lead investigator Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda, transitioning from P.D.) dealing with the both the lead suspect in custody and a hotshot attorney (guest star Bradley Whitford); Carl Weathers (Rocky) and Joelle Carter (Justified) co-star. (Regular time slot premiere is Sunday, March 5 at 9 pm.)
Season 6 finale: Mike enlists the help of Harvey and Rachel to overcome a seemingly impossible hurdle and achieve his goal of becoming a real lawyer. (Get renewal status.)
Conan Without Borders: Made in Mexico
In light of recent news regarding the U.S.’ relationship with Mexico, O’Brien puts together a show in Mexico City with an all local staff, crew, guests and audience. He is joined by Rogue One‘s Diego Luna and former president of Mexico Vincente Fox.