What to Watch Today

Name That Tune Reboot, #OneChicago Returns From Break, Masked Dancer and More

Name That Tune Reboot

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.

  • Amazon Prime
    The Expanse

    Holden and the Roci go on the hunt; Amos and Clarissa seek shelter; Avasarala regains power. (Who got a Performer of the Week mention?)

  • MTV
    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.

  • NBC
    Chicago Med

    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.

  • Fox
    The Masked Dancer

    Time slot premiere: Sloth, Ice Cube, Zebra, Cotton Candy and Moth perform in Episode 2. (Review the first clues and guesses!)

  • ABC
    Who Wants to Be a Millionaire

    Three (!) episodes (special night): Celeb contestants include Amanda Peet, Zachary Quinto, Karamo Brown and Ray Romano. Preempted.

  • NBC
    Chicago Fire

    Mouch begins to second-guess himself following a mishap; Kidd turns to Severide for support; Casey and Brett discuss their future. Preempted.

  • Fox
    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.

  • BET
    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.

  • BET
    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.

  • NBC
    Chicago P.D.

    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 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.