On TV this Wednesday: Sophia Bush headlines new medical drama Good Sam, AEW: Dynamite jumps from TNT to TBS, and The Amazing Race begins its 33rd run. Here are 15 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
The Amazing Race Returns, Good Sam Scrubs In and More
The Book of Boba Fett
In Episode 2, “Boba Fett faces new challenges on Tatooine.” (Series premiere earned an average reader grade of “B+.”)
As the weekly franchise makes the flying clothesline leap from TNT, the matches include Adam Page vs. Bryan Danielson, and Ruby Soho vs. Jade Cargill.
The Amazing Race
Season 33 premiere (two hours): Filming began in February 2020, but after three legs production was forced to halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in a year-and-a-half pitstop. (Meet the cast!)
Goodwin clashes with the new compliance officer; Crockett and Blake try to save a patient whose son has severe autism. (NBC Midseason Report Card.)
Beverly tries to save Formica Mike’s marriage; Barry enlists Adam and friends to create a James Bond-themed home movie. (Jeff Garlin out!)
I Can See Your Voice
Season 2 premiere: Panelists include Jewel, Bow Wow, Cheyenne Jackson, Cheryl Hines and Adrienne Houghton. (Fox Midseason Report Card.)
The Wonder Years
Bill and Lillian join high society club Lads & Ladies, where Lillian is treated differently for being a working mom. (ABC Midseason Report Card.)
Stella Kidd returns to Firehouse 51; Ritter worries about a young cop who witnessed the fiery death of a truck driver.
Darlene inadvertently introduces new boyfriend Nick to ex-boyfriend Ben; Dan tries to spruce up the bedroom while Louise is on the road.
Next Level Chef
Episode 2 / regular time slot premiere: The newly formed teams are tasked with creating the ultimate steak dinner.
Season 4 premiere: Danni receives help from El Fuego; Karen deals with an unexpected visitor inquiring about Zac. (Watch promo.)
Tom and Marina are faced with a difficult decision; Connor and JoJo’s secret relationship is complicated by Denise and Sarah’s matchmaking efforts.
James Holzhauer returns as this week’s Chaser, as three new contestants face off against him.
The team searches for a missing child; Burgess and Ruzek are shocked when someone from Makayla’s past comes forward.
Series premiere: Former P.D. detective Sophia Bush plays a gifted heart surgeon who succeeds her (temporarily!) comatose father (Star Trek: Discovery‘s Jason Isaacs) as chief of surgery. (Watch sneak peek.)