On TV this Wednesday: CBS revives the CSI franchise, Disney+ profiles Dr. Anthony Fauci, and In the Dark, Riverdale, Turner & Hooch and What If…? all wrap their respective seasons. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
CSI: Vegas Premiere, Riverdale, In the Dark and Archer Finales, NL Wild Card Game and More
Among the Stars
The six-part docuseries follows NASA astronaut Captain Chris Cassidy on a quest to get back in his spacesuit for one last mission.
The six-episode docuseries explores the intersection between true crime and sports.
The National Geographic documentary profiles the renowned infectious disease specialist and longest-serving public health leader in Washington, D.C.
Meet, Marry, Murder
Gossip Girl‘s Michelle Trachtenberg hosts this true crime docuseries in which “a commitment to lifetime love ends up taking someone’s life instead.”
Turner & Hooch
Season 1 finale: In order to reunite with Hooch, Scott must team up with an angry pit bull who desperately needs a friend. (Not yet renewed.)
Season 1 finale: The last installment asks, “What if… The Watcher Broke His Oath?”
MLB National League Wild Card Game
The Los Angeles Dodgers host the St. Louis Cardinals, live from Dodger Stadium.
Season 5 finale: An incident at Pop’s forces everyone to make a difficult decision about the future of the town. (Season 6 premieres Nov. 16.)
In the Dark
Season 3 finale: After Murphy learns what happened to Jess, she is forced to take a closer look at who she’s become. (Believe it or not, renewed!)
Tough as Nails
Season 3 premiere: Season 1 winner Kelly “Murph” Murphy guides a new crew through their first challenge: race to receive cargo dropped from a C-130 plane.
Season 12 finale: Archer is trapped inside IIA headquarters; Barry is trapped inside… Other Barry. (Yep, renewed!)
Series premiere: After an attack on Jim Brass (guest star Paul Guilfoyle) kicks off a twisted conspiracy, Gil Grissom (William Petersen) and Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox) return to the Las Vegas crime lab; Paula Newsome (Barry), Matt Lauria (Friday Night Lights), Mel Rodriguez (Last Man on Earth) and Mandeep Dhillon (After Life) co-star. (Watch sneak peek.)
📺 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 📺
On Oct. 6, 2000, the CBS procedural CSI — maybe you have heard of it? — kicked off what would be a 15-season run.