On TV this Wednesday: Racism returns to South Park, Hillary chats with Jimmy, Impastor holds its last sermon and America’s Got Talent and MasterChef crown their latest winners. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
South Park Returns, America's Got Talent and Other Finales, GOP Debate and More
Season 1 finale: A family obligation stands in the way of Billy and Julie’s gig at The Cutting Room. (Renewed!)
Republican Presidential Debate
POTUS hopefuls Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee, Chris Christie and John Kasich will duke it out in this 160-minute (!) broadcast.
Season 6 finale: A chef is crowned winner after the remaining contestants prep dishes for 30 prominent culinary world figures. (Renewed.)
Young & Hungry
Gabi and Sofia face problems after a fortuneteller accurately predicts an earthquake; Yolanda helps Josh through his fear of aftershocks.
America's Got Talent
Season 10 finale: Surprise guests and a highlight reel of Tuesday night’s performances kill time before the season’s winner is revealed. (Renewed.)
Season 19 premiere: A new principal forces the boys to confront their years of racism and unconscious bias. (Sneak peek!)
Season 1 finale: Buddy leaves Ladner where he learns there’s a hit out on him; Dora becomes a town hero; Schmidt makes an announcement. (Renewed!)
Series premiere: This animated ’80s cop show parody finds a distracted detective attempting to protect his city from a vicious crime lord. Elizabeth Banks, Rob Lowe, Kate Mara and Will Forte star.
Series finale: Haskell tries to put a stop to Margo’s wedding as Holly and Stuart convince her to hold it at the restaurant. (Yep, cancelled!)
Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy sits down with Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and 50 Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson; Fetty Wap performs.
COMING NEXT WEDNESDAY: The season premieres of black-ish, Empire, Law & Order: SVU, Modern Family, Nashville, Survivor, The Goldbergs, The Middle and The Mysteries of Laura, plus the series premiere of Fox’s Rosewood.