On TV this Wednesday: Rayna Jaymes gives Nashville the scoop it’s been waiting for, The Goldbergs go back to the future, Modern Family has a 3rd Rockin’ houseguest and NBC ushers in Christmas in Rockefeller Center. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
Nashville Tell-All, the Rock Center Tree Lighting and More
The Arrow–Flash crossover concludes as the heroes work together to find Digger Harkness (aka Captain Boomerang) before he can get to Lyla. (Get scoop.)
Christmas in Rockefeller Center
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett, Cyndi Lauper, Seth MacFarlane and Sara Bareilles, Idina Menzel and Trisha Yearwood are among the performers crooning holiday classics before the big tree gets all glowy. (Note: Select markets will get an extra hour of the special, starting at 7 pm; check local listings.)
When Adam breaks his arm, he earns cool points at school by telling the other kids he fell off a Back to the Future-style hoverboard — but the lie threatens his friendship with Emmy Mirsky.
Red Band Society
While home, Emma learns a secret that throws her into a tailspin; Hunter gets the news he was waiting for.
Raven discovers that Mount Weather is interfering with communication systems, and those close to President Wallace prepare to betray him.
Kristen Johnson (The Exes) guest-stars as Mitchell’s co-worker Brenda, a giant mess who threatens the pristine nature of the guys’ new white couch when she stays the night. (Get scoop.)
American Horror Story: Freak Show
Ethel grows more suspicious of Elsa; Gloria makes one last attempt to muzzle Dandy. Chrissy Metz (My Name Is Earl) guest-stars as Barbara, the Fat Lady.
Rayna’s Rolling Stone story is out and, as you’d expect, Deacon is ticked off.
The TAU can’t figure out what a stalker’s seemingly random victims have in common. John Brotherton (One Life to Live) guest-stars.
When Ike doesn’t want to play video games with Kyle anymore, the older Broflovski brother worries that the next generation is passing him by. YouTube star PewDiePie aka Swedish videogame vlogger Felix Kjellberg lends his voice to the episode.