On TV this Wednesday: The Leverage: Redemption crew returns, Tim Allen reprises his role as Scott Calvin and American Horror Story wraps Season 11. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
Leverage Returns, AHS Finale, The Santa Clauses and More
Season 2 premiere (first three episodes): After pulling Harry back into the fold, the crew works to take down the corrupt president of a small European nation, a shady plastics exporter and a ruthless e-sports team owner. (Watch trailer.)
Limitless With Chris Hemsworth
Series premiere (all six episodes): The MCU’s Chris Hemsworth explores how to combat aging and discover the full potential of the human body.
The Santa Clauses
Limited series premiere (first two episodes): Tim Allen’s Scott Calvin mulls retirement as his Christmas magic begins to dry up; franchise vets Elizabeth Mitchell and Eric Lloyd also return. (Bernard scoop!)
Also streaming Wednesday: Andor, The Mighty Ducks and The Mysterious Benedict Society (Disney+).
After attempting to rid herself of Bev (Estelle Parsons), Jackie must come to terms with her mother’s decline.
In the cancelled series‘ antepenultimate episode, Courtney, Sylvester and the JSA are chilled by the return of someone from their past.
Janine insists that her second-grade class participate in the eighth-grade science class’ egg drop activity; Barbara learns not to judge a book by its cover.
Det. Pryma turns to Severide for help on a case involving explosives; Gallo improvises on a call; Violet encourages Brett to start dating again.
In the penultimate Season 2 episode, Incarnate Lord goes on lockdown with the Chucky dolls inside, while Nica moves forward with her plan.
Nicky and the team come up with a plan to deal with Xiao once and for all; Althea offers Evan relationship advice; Jin prepares for his first interview.
American Horror Story
Season 11 finale (two episodes): In the first hour, two old friends are led through unique journeys of retrospection. Then at 11 pm, grief and peril dominate Gino, while Adam has a revelation. (Previously renewed through Season 13.)
Season 4 finale: Acclaimed French filmmaker Ida Leos searches for why she no longer experiences “frisson.”
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