On TV this Wednesday: Legion wraps its freshman run, black-ish stirs up controversy with Chris Brown, Duck Dynasty comes to an end and Jenna Elfman makes an Imaginary friend. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
Legion Finale, black-ish Gets Bad Rap, Melissa McCarthy's Nobodies, Imaginary Mary and More
Stateside premiere: This 18th-Century drama focuses on the bustling sex trade in Georgian London and a feud between rival madams (played by Minority Report‘s Samantha Morton and River‘s Lesley Manville); Jessica Brown Findlay (Downton Abbey) co-stars.
Diggle and Oliver have a difficult conversation after Oliver calls the Bratva to help take down Prometheus. (When does Katie Cassidy return for good?)
Sneak preview (special night and time): An independent career woman (Dharma and Greg‘s Jenna Elfman) begins seeing her childhood imaginary friend (voiced by SNL‘s Rachel Dratch) again just as she falls for a divorced dad of three. (Regularly airs Tuesdays at 9:30 pm, starting April 4.)
Series finale (60 minutes): The family plans a retirement party for Si, who is looking to pursue a music career.
The team investigates an UnSub who abducts his victims and holds them in New York’s underground sewer system; Reid makes a big decision in prison.
Cookie finds it difficult to move forward with Angelo while riddled with guilt over her, ahem, “run-in” with Lucious; Jamal and Tory work together in the studio.
Law & Order: SVU
An investment banker (Rookie Blue‘s Missy Peregrym) accuses one of her clients (Damages‘ Tate Donovan) of rape. Rizzoli & Isles‘ Jordan Bridges also guest-stars.
Dre doesn’t get the feedback he was hoping for from Bow and Ruby on a new ad campaign featuring rap star Rich Youngsta (played by Chris Brown).
Season 1 finale: David comes to face his biggest challenge yet (recapping this series?). (Get renewal status.)
Cato returns, boasting to a captive Noah about his time in Europe; a shocking secret is divulged as Elizabeth tends to Rosalee.
Series premiere: In this Melissa McCarthy-produced sitcom, Groundlings alums Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf and Rachel Ramras star as pals looking to rise to fame by getting one of their famous friends to star in a movie script that they developed.
Season 2 premiere: George creates problems for himself when he quits his Las Vegas residency.