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Finales for The Circle and Big Brother, Horror Story Enters Death Valley, Cody Rhodes and More

The Circle Season 3 Winner

On TV this Wednesday: Big Brother and The Circle reveal their latest winners, American Horror Story enters Death Valley and Jason Alexander joins The Conners. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Netflix
    The Circle

    Season 3 finale: Ashley aka Matthew, Isabella aka Sophia, James, Kai and Nick are the last five standing. (Already renewed for Seasons 4 and 5.)

  • NBC
    Chicago Med

    Vanessa and Archer work up a motorcycle accident victim; Dylan and Charles tend to a UNICEF negotiator with repressed trauma. (Read Chicago P.D. preview.)

  • ABC
    The Wonder Years

    In Episode 2, as Dean deals with his first heartbreak, he and his dad bond during a fishing trip. (Series premiere earned a “B.”)

  • CBS
    Big Brother

    Season 23 finale: Azah Awasum, Derek Frazier or Xavier Prather must clinch at least five of nine jury votes to be named the winner. (Who will/should win?)

  • ABC
    The Conners

    Darlene’s journey of self-discovery leads to Pastor Phil (new recurring guest star Jason Alexander). (Why wasn’t Lecy Goranson in Season 4 premiere?)

  • The CW
    In the Dark

    In the penultimate Season 3 episode, Murphy inches closer to finding out what happened to Jess. (Read Riverdale preview.)

  • FX
    American Horror Story: Double Feature

    Death Valley premiere: A group of college students get swept up in a deadly conspiracy. (How did Red Tide end?)

  • FXX

    A mysterious stranger helps Archer and the team get a jump on their enemies.

  • ABC
    A Million Little Things

    Gary tries to distance himself from anything involving Peter; Maggie must adjust to a new work environment. (Is [Spoiler] gone for good?)

  • TNT
    Rhodes to the Top

    Series premiere: The unscripted offering goes inside the lives of AEW‘s Cody and Brandi Rhodes as they navigate their growing family and a growing wrestling empire.

    On Sept. 29, 2001, Saturday Night Live aired its first episode since the 9/11 attacks. New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and members of the FDNY appeared in the cold open, and Paul Simon played “The Boxer.”