On TV this Wednesday: S.W.A.T. moves to a new night, TNT launches a weekly wrestling series and Timothy Hutton’s “genetic material” is at the center of an unintentionally horrifying family drama. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
S.W.A.T. on the Move, SEAL Team in Serbia, Almost Family Debuts, AEW Wrestling and More
Docuseries premiere: From EP Selena Gomez comes this in-depth look at the life of eight undocumented immigrant families as they face potential deportation.
All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite
Series premiere: AEW world champ Chris Jericho and two mystery partners battle Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks.
iHeartRadio Music Festival
Night 1 of 2: Camila Cabello, Tim McGraw, French Montana, Halsey and Steve Aoki perform. (Night 2 airs Thursday, with Alicia Keys, Miley Cyrus, Chance the Rapper, Zac Brown Band and Mumford & Sons.)
Patients’ lives are put at risk when Med faces a power outage; Natalie returns following her traumatic brain injury. (Who received TVLine accolades?)
The Masked Singer
Four more celebs face off in disguise as the Flamingo, the Leopard, the Panda and the Black Widow. (Week 1’s Best Clues and Guesses!)
Series premiere: An only child (American Dreams‘ Brittany Snow) finds out that her fertility doctor dad (American Crime‘s Timothy Hutton) used his own “material” to sire dozens — yes, dozens! — of children. Eww! Megalyn Echikunwoke (House of Lies) and Emily Osment (Young & Hungry) co-star.
Season 3 premiere: The team heads to Serbia to track down an organization linked to the bombing of multiple American military outposts. (View photos.)
Claire tries to get everyone out of the house before a reporter comes to interview her for a women’s business magazine; Jay and Manny attend a wine tasting.
Season 3 premiere (new night): The team works with Lt. Piper Lynch (new series regular Amy Farrington) to stop a bomber; Hondo’s dad moves in with him.
Dex gets hired by a wealthy man to search for a woman he recently met; Dex and Grey’s history is revealed. (Series premiere earned a “B+.”)