On TV this Wednesday: A Tyrant struggles to overcome death, a Jane the Virgin fave launches a tragic docuseries and The A Word comes to an end for now. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Haunted Tyrant, A Word Finale, My Last Days Begins and More
2016 Summer Olympics
Select primetime highlights include track and field (featuring the women’s long jump final, 200-meter final and 100-meter hurdles final), women’s diving and the women’s beach volleyball gold medal final.
My Last Days
Docuseries premiere: Exec producer Justin Baldoni (Jane the Virgin) chronicles those living life to its fullest despite terminal diagnoses. First up, a CF patient who starts a nonprofit and a leukemia patient who has run dozens of half-marathons.
Mike’s past threatens to jeopardize Harvey’s mission; Jessica and Rachel look for evidence to reopen Bailey’s case; Louis tries to woo Tara with a Hamptons getaway.
The A Word
Season 1 finale: Alison and Pete’s attempt to reconcile ahead of the gastropub’s grand opening takes a back seat when Joe goes missing. (Get renewal status.)
Family secrets are unearthed when Garrett reflects upon his 14 years of solitude; Alison deals with a local reporter.
The church begins losing money and members; Ray attempts to get custody of Sophia; Kevin gets closure.
Elliot and Mr. Robot make an effort to play nice; Joanna is faced with an ultimatum. (Psst… hear the good news?)
Barry is haunted by Emma’s death and his failure to kill Ihab; Leila forms a surprising partnership; the Caliphate works fast to invade Abuddin. (Get Molly scoop.)
Season 2 finale (Part 2 of 3): Dodo challenges Chair to a duel; Beatrice takes issue with Lillian drinking to mask the pain of Laverne’s death.