On TV this Wednesday: The Circle crowns its new (catfishing?) champ, Crank Yankers dials up its sixth season, and Kids Say the Darndest Things migrates from ABC to CBS. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Circle Winner Revealed, Kids Say the Darndest Things and More
Season 2 finale: Chloe, Courtney, “John,” “River” and “Trevor” compete for the grand prize. (Who should win? Who will win?)
The Handmaid's Tale
June embarks on a harrowing journey; Janine recalls a trauma from her past; Serena tries to manipulate Rita. (Who was Performer of the Week?)
The Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness
Docuseries premiere (all four episodes): Journalist Maury Terry is convinced that serial killer David Berkowitz’s murders were linked to a satanic cult.
Kids Say the Darndest Things
Season 2 premiere (formerly on ABC): Tiffany Haddish and the kids pay a visit to The Price Is Right to play fun pricing games with host Drew Carey.
Following an officer-involved shooting in Chinatown, Mei-Li and Jin are forced to revisit a traumatic episode from their past. (Psst… hear the good news?)
The Masked Singer
Black Swan, Chameleon, Piglet, Robopine, Russian Dolls and Yeti perform; Chrissy Metz (This Is Us) guest-judges.
A mysterious caller relies on Kidd to help save her and her brother; the firehouse helps Cruz prepare for fatherhood. (Read preview, watch sneak peek.)
When Sonny drops the ball as Bravo’s rep on the U.S.S. Keating, the entire team pays the price. (Renewal jitters, still?!)
A Million Little Things
Gary’s dad (played by comedian Paul Rodriguez) bonds with Darcy; the video of George Floyd’s murder is released during a dinner hosted by Regina and Rome.
Queen of the South
Teresa flies to Germany after Oksana gets cheated in a drug deal.
Season 6 premiere: Model train enthusiasts try to prevent vandalism; a gymnast gets tangled in a silk sling; Spoonie Luv learns about aphrodisiacs.
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
ON May 5, 2003, Everwood became one of the few shows on network TV, since Maude in 1972, to portray a character’s decision to have an abortion.