On TV this Wednesday: A horror-film icon terrorizes Beverly Goldberg, Mr. Mercedes wraps its sophomore run and Modern Family receives unexpected news. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Freddy vs. Goldbergs, Mr. Mercedes Finale and More
Series premiere (all six episodes): This British import stars Game of Thrones alum Richard Madden as a Specialist Protection Officer who is assigned to protect the Home Secretary (Line of Duty‘s Keeley Hawes). (Watch trailer.)
After arguing with Jackie’s parents about allowing Adam to watch Nightmare on Elm Street, Beverly dreams of facing off with Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund).
Veronica prepares for the speakeasy’s opening night; Betty and Jughead investigate strange goings-on around town. (Fall behind? Read Episode 2 recap.)
Casey helps a reporter get to the bottom of a trailer park fire; Boden attempts to make peace with Grissom.
Following last week’s game-changer (read David Boreanaz Q&A), Jason reevaluates his parenting style, while Bravo Team travels to Mumbai to rescue an FSO.
In the latest Halloween installment, titled “Good Grief,” the family receives “huge, unexpected news.” Hmm… (A Single Parents Halloween follows at 9:30 pm.)
Season 2 finale: As the town reels from recent news about Brady, the Mercedes Killer’s fate lands in the hands of the few who survived him. (Not yet renewed.)
A Million Little Things
Gary plans a romantic date with Maggie in hopes that she’ll finally open up about a secret; Eddie starts to understand the sacrifices that Katherine has made.
The Bishop struggles to sign his divorce papers; Grace realizes her father will need help at Calvary once Lady Mae is gone. (Psst… hear the good news?)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
The gang revisits the weekend of Super Bowl LII, as told from Charlie’s perspective.