What to Watch Tonight

Crazy Ex Meets Whose Line, Suits' Risky Business and More


On TV this Wednesday: Suits attempts a daring plan, a One Tree Hill fave scrubs in for American Gothic and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend stops by Whose Line Is It Anyway. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • NBC
    2016 Summer Olympics

    Select highlights in primetime include women’s beach volleyball, men’s gymnastics and swimming (featuring the men’s 200-meter breaststroke final) and the women’s 200-meter butterfly final.

  • CBS
    Big Brother

    The houseguests compete for the power of love veto. (Get the latest details on the “bonus” season coming this fall, though not to your TV.)

  • USA Network
    Suits

    Harvey sets in motion a high-risk plan; Mike tries gaining Kevin’s trust; Jessica aims to salvage the firm’s rep; Louis turns to Donna regarding a matter of the heart.

  • The CW
    Whose Line Is It Anyway?

    TCA Award winner Rachel Bloom (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) comes to play with Ryan, Wayne and Colin.

  • CBS
    American Gothic

    Alison and Garrett work to stop a reporter’s harassment; Brady makes a breakthrough; Bethany Joy Lenz (One Tree Hill) guest-stars; watch a sneak peek.

  • Sundance
    The A Word

    Alison struggles with Maya’s potential deportation; Paul and Eddie learn their wives want different things; Maurice struggles with letting Louise go.

  • OWN
    Greenleaf

    Grace interferes with Mac makes an effort to blackmail the Bishop; Grace’s parenting skills are questioned by Ray; Charity opens up.

  • USA Network
    Mr. Robot

    Mr. Robot attempts to show Elliot how he can be of use; Angela and Darlene’s plan doesn’t go as they had hoped. (Get scoop.)

  • FX
    Tyrant

    Dallyah is put in jeopardy by Barry’s policies; Al-Qadi comes up with a potential plan for peace; the election process gets out of control.

  • Comedy Central
    Another Period

    Season 2 finale (Part 1 of 3): Lillian plans to marry an old man for his wealth; incriminating  photographs of Frederick threaten his position as VP.