On TV this Wednesday: Mariah Carey stops by Empire, the You’re the Worst gang has one last Sunday Funday and The CW attempts to make (sound)waves with Frequency. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Mariah Carey on Empire, the Final Sunday Funday, Solo Arrow Pulls Double Duty and More
Season 5 premiere: As a ruthless new criminal (The Wire‘s Chad L. Coleman) emerges, (Mayor) Oliver Queen tries to protect Star City on his own. (Read review.)
JJ confides in her husband about a rough case at work involving the the abduction of two children. (Is this Hotch’s replacement?)
Series premiere: A cop (The Flash‘s Peyton List) communicates with her father (Nashville‘s Riley Smith), an undercover officer living in the year 1996, via ham radio; Mekhi Phifer (ER) co-stars. (First Impression.)
Music superstar Kitty (Mariah Carey) is brought in to record a duet with Jamal; Cookie gets close to Angelo; Hakeem vies for Tiana’s attention; rapper/actor Romeo Miller also guest-stars.
Season 3 finale (two episodes): A link is found between Sturgis and Dellahunt; the Democratic primary results are in. (Not yet renewed.)
Law & Order: SVU
A rape case emerges after a man (CSI‘s Wallace Langham) using a fake identity lures a vulnerable woman into bed; Callie Thorne (Mysteries of Laura) and Paula Marshall (Murder in the First) also guest-star.
Dre serves as Junior’s campaign manager when he runs for class president; Pops, Johan and Jack talk about why they’re not voting in the presidential election.
Kirkman and his staff try to keep a White House security breach from leaking to the press ahead of his first major TV interview. (Psst… hear the good news?)
Any Given Wednesday With Bill Simmons
Guests include The Great Indoors‘ Joel McHale, Justified alum Michael Rapaport and Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin.