On TV this Wednesday: Michael Keaton and Owen Wilson team up for a Wild Wild parody, Survivor reaches the Edge of Extinction and The Goldbergs pays tribute to Highlander. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Documentary Now!'s Wild Wild Return, Survivor and More
The Young and the Restless
Melody Thomas Scott’s 40th anniversary with the sudser is honored with an episode dedicated to Nikki Newman, who, currently in jail, writes a letter to her grandchildren sharing the pivotal moments in her life. [Cue gauzy flashbacks!]
Season 38 aka Edge of Extinction premiere: Four returning players return and attempt to bond with their new tribemates.
Adam and Johnny Atkins compete for the head of the Highlander Club at school; Highlander’s Clancy Brown guest-stars.
Zoey spirals when Luca’s exhibit at the CalU Arts Fair dominantly features one of his ex-girlfriends. (Psst… hear the good news?)
Chicago Fire / P.D.
Crossover alert! First up, P.D.’s Voight teams with Cruz to investigate when a spate of robberies reveals a stolen firehouse lockbox key. Then at 10 pm, Intelligence tracks down the robbery crew.
The Masked Singer
Two more celebrities are unmasked during the semifinals; SNL’s Kenan Thompson serves as a guest panelist.
Claire hosts Haley’s baby shower at Jay and Gloria’s house, while Jay hosts a (belated?) Super Bowl party in the other room.
Winter finale: Panelists include Raven-Symoné, Oliver Hudson, Mario Cantone, Julie Klausner, Finesse Mitchell and Caroline Rhea.
Donna’s relationship complicates a potential deal for Alex and Harvey; Samantha helps Louis get justice.
Season 3 premiere (two episodes): We begin with a Wild Wild Country parody, as FBI agent Bill Doss (Birdman‘s Michael Keaton) takes it upon himself to reveal the truth about self-proclaimed spiritual leader Father Ra-Shawbard (Zoolander‘s Owen Wilson) and his strong-willed assistant Ra-Sharir (NCIS: New Orleans‘ Necar Zadegan).