On TV this Wednesday: The Mystery Girls walk down memory lane, The Divide looks to prove itself, Suits crumples under pressure and Graceland gets a surprise visitor. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Tonight
A Suits Truce, Bridge Killing, The Divide Debuts and More
So You Think You Can Dance
Ballerina Misty Copeland guest-judges once more as the Top 18 perform. Also: A Great Big World performs.
Young & Hungry
As Gabi prepares for Caroline and Josh’s engagement dinner she realizes she may be pregnant — with his baby. Things get worse when Yolanda and Elliot mistakenly tell Josh that Caroline‘s pregnant. (Expect more oven puns than the Food Network.)
When a reporter (Entertainment Tonight‘s Nancy O’Dell, as herself) interviews Charlie and Holly, they reminisce about the case that brought them together.
Two-hour premiere: Co-created by Tony Goldwyn (Scandal) and Richard LaGravenese (Behind the Candelabra), this drama follows caseworker Christine Rosa (Marin Ireland, Homeland) as she uncovers new evidence in the trial of a death row inmate, frustrating the D.A. (Damon Gupton, Suits). The cast includes Nia Long (House of Lies), Paul Schneider (The Newsroom), Joe Anderson (The River) and Clark Peters (Treme).
After Molly collapses and has a vision of her time on the Seraphim, Sam agrees to give her an ultrasound. Also, Kryger reveals details of his solo mission that the ISEA wants him to keep secret.
When Harvey and Mike agree to a ceasefire, Sam accuses them of collusion and Mike learns just how ruthless his new partner is.
Flynn and Vega look for the attacker of a man left unconscious after an erotic encounter gone wrong — before he returns to murder the victim.
Cat asks Captain Baker to investigate a crime family she believes is being run by her friend Annabella Capella (guest star Justine Cotsonas, Elementary). Wait. Her name is A. Capella?
Jessica comes to visit, forcing Mike to expedite everyone’s undercover identities, while Jakes’ personal life causes big problems.
A bizarre killing attracts attention on both sides of the border, Frye and Adriana find more than they bargained for with their first lead, and Eleanor enlists the help of a young boy.