On TV this Wednesday: Jane Krakowski presides over a Name That Tune reboot, the #OneChicago franchise returns after a two-month break, and The Masked Dancer steps into its regular time slot. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Name That Tune Reboot, #OneChicago Returns From Break, Masked Dancer and More
Holden and the Roci go on the hunt; Amos and Clarissa seek shelter; Avasarala regains power. (Who got a Performer of the Week mention?)
The Challenge: Double Agents
A volatile new partnership is formed; the agents put their intel skills to the rest while in a lava tunnel; a stunning battle impacts numerous agents.
Charles and April take on a mysterious patient; Halstead is forced to make a life-or-death decision; Marcel is confronted by someone from his past.Preempted.
The Masked Dancer
Time slot premiere: Sloth, Ice Cube, Zebra, Cotton Candy and Moth perform in Episode 2. (Review the first clues and guesses!)
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Three (!) episodes (special night): Celeb contestants include Amanda Peet, Zachary Quinto, Karamo Brown and Ray Romano.Preempted.
Mouch begins to second-guess himself following a mishap; Kidd turns to Severide for support; Casey and Brett discuss their future.Preempted.
Name That Tune
Reboot premiere: Tony winner Jane Krakowski hosts this reimagining of the classic game show, which features a rotating variety of games from the original format ahead of the famous Bid-a-Note round; American Idol vet Randy Jackson serves as band leader.
Tyler Perry's House of Payne
Ella puts her foot down with Curtis, and gets to the bottom of Malik and Lisa’s deep-rooted issues.
Tyler Perry's Assisted Living
Cora wants Mr. Brown to pitch in and help get Jeremy out of jail; Jeremy and Leah talk to Sandra about invading her privacy.
Ruzek and Burgess stumble upon a child walking in the middle of the street, then discover… so much sadness; Upton receives a job offer from the FBI.Preempted.
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Jan. 6, 1975, Wheel of Fortune — a Hangman-style game show created by Merv Griffin — premiered on NBC Daytime; Chuck Woolery was host, and many ceramic Dalmatians were sold.