What to Watch Today

Freddy vs. Goldbergs, Mr. Mercedes Finale and More

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:

  • Netflix

    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.)

  • ABC
    The Goldbergs

    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).

  • The CW

    Veronica prepares for the speakeasy’s opening night; Betty and Jughead investigate strange goings-on around town. (Fall behind? Read Episode 2 recap.)

  • NBC
    Chicago Fire

    Casey helps a reporter get to the bottom of a trailer park fire; Boden attempts to make peace with Grissom.

  • CBS
    SEAL Team

    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.

  • ABC
    Modern Family

    In the latest Halloween installment, titled “Good Grief,” the family receives “huge, unexpected news.” Hmm…  (A Single Parents Halloween follows at 9:30 pm.)

  • Audience
    Mr. Mercedes

    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.)

  • ABC
    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.

  • OWN

    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?)

  • FXX
    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

    The gang revisits the weekend of Super Bowl LII, as told from Charlie’s perspective.