What to Watch Today

Stumptown Premiere, Suits' Farewell, #OneChicago Returns, XL Masked Singer and More

Stumptown Series Premiere - ABC

On TV this Wednesday: It’s the beginning of the end for Modern Family, Suits says farewell, Big Brother reveals its newest champ and Cobie Smulders stars in Stumptown. Here are 18 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Fox
    The Masked Singer

    Season 2 premiere (two hours): This fall’s crop of undercover celebs have amassed 69 Emmy nominations, 42 Grammy nominations, 22 Broadway shows, three New York Times best sellers and two have been named Time magazine’s Most Influential People. Let the guessing game begin!

  • CBS
    Survivor

    Season 39 premiere (90 minutes): Boston Rob and Sandra return as mentors to a new group of 20 new castaways.

  • NBC
    Chicago Med

    Season 5 premiere: Will and Natalie battle for their lives following a horrific accident; Maggie receives life-changing news; an investigation is launched into the death of Dr. Rhodes’ father; Colin Donnell guest-stars. (Get exclusive scoop!)

  • PBS
    Country Music

    Docuseries finale (two hours): As the genre take off, artists such as George Strait, Randy Travis and the Judds work to keep the music true to its roots.

  • ABC
    The Goldbergs

    Season 7 premiere: In this Vacation homage, Beverly insists that the family take one last road trip before Barry and Erica head off to college; Anthony Michael Hall and Christie Brinkley guest-star.

  • ABC
    Schooled

    Season 2 premiere: Mellor warns Lainey about befriending her students on the first day of school; CB is skeptical of the new science teacher. (Watch Goldbergs/Schooled cast Q&A.)

  • USA Network
    Suits

    Series finale (64 minutes): The partners go all-in to save the firm from potential destruction.

  • NBC
    Chicago Fire

    Season 8 premiere: The squad tries to get everyone out of the mattress factory fire out alive. (Watch #OneChicago sneak peek; get exclusive scoop!)

  • The CW
    Hypnotize Me

    Season 1 finale: Contestants put their sports skills to the test while being hypnotized by Keith Barry. (Not yet renewed.)

  • ABC
    Modern Family

    Final season premiere: Haley is determined to follow the advice of parenting books, but Phil and Claire are convinced they know better. (Get Fall TV Predictions!)

  • CBS
    Big Brother

    Season 21 finale (90 minutes): The final Head of Household competition of the year precedes the big reveal. (Check renewal status.)

  • ABC
    Single Parents

    Season 2 premiere: Will completes his list of summer activities without Angie, who is obsessing over an email to her ex; Douglas ghosts Poppy on their first date.

  • NBC
    Chicago P.D.

    Season 7 premiere: Upton and Halstead are eager to prove Voight’s innocence following Kelton’s murder; Ruzek searches for a missing Antonio. (Get scoop!)

  • ABC
    Stumptown

    Series premiere: The fall’s most anticipated new show stars How I Met Your Mother‘s Cobie Smulders as an army vet-turned-P.I. with a complicated love life and a brother who requires her care; Jake Johnson (New Girl), Michael Ealy (Secrets and Lies) and Camryn Manheim (The Practice) co-star. (View cast interview; Ryan Schwartz says “WATCH!”)

  • FXX
    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

    Season 14 premiere: Mac comes up with a plan to attract single women to rent Dennis’ bedroom; Frank and Charlie make similar attempts, all of which fail. (Watch trailer.)

  • Comedy Central
    South Park

    Season 23 premiere: Randy battles home-grown weed; Immigration and Customs Enforcement gets an anonymous tip.

  • FXX
    Cake

    Series premiere: Leading out of It’s Always Sunny is this comedy described as “a handcrafted assortment of bite-sized content served up to viewers as a tasty treat for the mind,” featuring live-action and animated elements. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  • Comedy Central
    Crank Yankers

    Revival premiere: Returning favorites include Spoonie Luv, Elmer Higgins, Niles Standish, Bobby Fletcher, The Truth, Terrence Catheter and Mr. Birchum. (Watch teaser.)