On TV this Wednesday: Hugh Laurie takes a Chance on Hulu, a Once Upon a Time alum stirs up trouble on Lethal Weapon and Kimmel and Colbert go live after the third and final debate. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
The Great Pumpkin, the Final Presidential Debate and More
Series premiere: A forensic neuropsychiatrist (House‘s Hugh Laurie) gets entangled in the personal affairs of an alluring patient (Boardwalk Empire‘s Gretchen Mol) and her abusive spouse (Private Practice‘s Paul Adelstein); LisaGay Hamilton (The Practice) and Ethan Suplee (My Name is Earl) co-star. (Read Hugh Laurie Q&A.)
Weller and Nas look for a whistleblower in Bulgaria; Jane embarks on a Sandstorm mission with Roman; Reade and Zapata tend to an urgent matter.
Murtaugh notices similarities between Riggs and a former Navy SEAL (Once Upon a Time‘s Michael Raymond-James) wanted for criminal activity.
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
In the beloved Peanuts special (which is celebrating its 50th anniversary), Linus spends Halloween hoping to spot the elusive Great Pumpkin.
Following the “worst ever” debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face off one last time ahead of Election Day, with Fox News’ Chris Wallace as moderator.
Frank takes matters into his own hands after Raimy relays information regarding the Thomas Goff case; Raimy has an encounter with Daniel.
Buddy winds up in a deadly criminal’s trap; the church council comes together to prevent an arson attempt on Ladner Trinity.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Kimmel goes live with Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, undecided voter Ken Bone and Batman v Superman‘s Gal Gadot.
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Colbert is live with Chance‘s Hugh Laurie, Red Oaks‘ Paul Reiser and FiveThirtyEight statistician Nate Silver.