On TV this Wednesday: Netflix marks Veteran’s Day with The Liberator, S.W.A.T. and the #OneChicago trifecta are back, and Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker host country music’s biggest night. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
CMA Awards, S.W.A.T. and #OneChicago Return and More
Eater's Guide to the World
This seven-part culinary travelogue reveals the most unexpected places to score an epic meal; Maya Rudolph serves as narrator. (Watch trailer.)
Limited series premiere (all four episodes): The rotoscope-animated World War II drama tells the true story of infantry commander Felix “Shotgun” Sparks, who along with his battalion led a special group of American soldiers from Italy to France to the liberation of Dachau. (Watch trailer.)
The eight-part docuseries delves into the story of Sean Ellis, a Black man who fought to prove his innocence after being found guilty of killing Boston police detective John Mulligan in 1993.
Season 6 premiere: Drs. Choi, Lanik and April find themselves on the frontlines of the pandemic, while Halstead and Hannah face a troubling reality.
Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker preside over country music’s biggest night; performers include Luke Combs, Dan + Shay with Justin Bieber, Miranda Lambert, Ashley McBryde, Keith Urban and Morgan Wallen.
The Masked Singer
Popcorn, Sun and the Snow Owls compete in the Group A finals. (Get Masked Dancer premiere date.)
Season 9 premiere: Firehouse 51 welcomes a new crew member; Brett’s leadership is put to the test during a scary call. (Read preview.)
Jenny reckons with the severity of her condition as she assists on a case from a true crime podcast. (Get CW midseason premiere dates.)
Season 8 premiere: The team investigates the shooting of a tyke while navigating obstacles brought on by heightened police reform. (Read preview.)
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Nov. 11, 1975, Happy Days‘ Fonzie helped Richie
through a dry spell by setting them up on a double date —
with Laverne DeFazio and Shirley Feeney. Eleven weeks later,
Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams launched their spinoff.