On TV this Wednesday: Riverdale pays its respects to Luke Perry, The Goldbergs hosts a Cheers reunion, South Park marks a milestone and Nancy Drew debuts. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Riverdale's Luke Perry Tribute, South Park No. 300 and More
Season 4 premiere: After Archie receives a life-changing phone call, everyone gathers to honor the memory of Fred Andrews (the late Luke Perry); Shannen Doherty (BH90210) guest-stars.
Cheers reunion! When Geoff’s new food delivery services goes awry, Kirstie Alley, Rhea Perlman, John Ratzenberger and George Wendt play unsatisfied customers.
Lainey wants to attend a Boyz II Men concert with Wilma; The Goldbergs‘ Hayley Orrantia puts in another appearance as Lainey’s BFF Erica.
Series premiere: The brilliant teenage sleuth (newcomer Kennedy McMann) finds herself the prime suspect when a local socialite is murdered; Scott Wolf (Party of Five) co-stars.
Julia deals with her new reality; Roxy spends quality time with Leon; Edie and Tim prepare for their trial. (Was playing Lizzo’s “Juice” an icky call?)
As Bravo Team continues their mission in Serbia, Jason’s past comes back to haunt him… and leaves him contemplating his future.
Phil, Claire, Alex and Luke offer to give Haley a day off and look after the twins; Stephanie Beatriz (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) reprises her role as Gloria’s sister Sonia.
Graham’s absentee father Derek (returning guest star Adam Brody) shows up on Angie’s doorstep; Douglas and Poppy go on their second date.
Intelligence goes toe-to-toe with a drug kingpin who only works with women; the case gives new recruit Vanessa Rojas a chance to play to her strengths.
Dex seeks mentorship from veteran private investigator (Gotham‘s Donal Logue) in hopes of becoming a certified PI; Hoffman grows suspicious of Grey.
Episode No. 300: Randy revels in a Tegridy Farms milestone; Cartman refuses to get a shot.