On TV this Wednesday: Suits gets back to work, Peyton Manning hosts the ESPYS and it could very well be the end of the world as CBS’ Salvation knows it. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
Suits Returns, CBS Drops an Asteroid, ESPYS and More
The 25th ESPYS
Peyton Manning hosts this annual celebration of the best moments in sports, live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
Season 7 premiere: Mike returns to Pearson Specter Litt as Harvey takes over as managing partner; Louis oversees new associates. (Read preview.)
Series premiere: An MIT student (Red Band Society‘s Charlie Rowe) teams with a tech titan (Big Little Lies‘ Santiago Cabrera) to stop an asteroid from colliding with Earth; Jennifer Finnigan (Tyrant) and Ian Anthony Dale (Hawaii Five-0) also star; read preview.
The Carmichael Show
Bobby and Nekeisha get into an argument about how much she’s been drinking, prompting a family debate on how to best handle stress. (Who received TVLine accolades?)
Arthur and Grace look for a cure to a deadly plague that is turning the racers into raging sex zombies. (Read about the envelope-pushing series’ origin.)
Trish receives a surprising message; suspects emerge in Hardy and Miller’s investigation.
Franklin struggles with his burgeoning enterprise; Teddy’s grows less confident in Alejandro. (73 minutes)
Series premiere (two episodes): Veep‘s Andrea Savage writes and stars in this semi-autobiographical comedy about a comedy writer, wife and mom whose inner immaturity and neuroses seep out during unexpected situations; Tom Everett Scott (Southland) co-stars. (Watch trailer.)
Odd Mom Out
Season 3 premiere: Jill and Andy visit Hazel at sleep-away camp; a new financial reality sets in for the victims of Ernie Krevitt’s Ponzi scheme.
Lisa receives news that changes everything when she and Kelsey attend a work retreat.