On TV this Wednesday: The Masked Dancer crowns a winner, Will Smith hosts a Netflix docuseries and Good Trouble returns for Season 3. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Masked Dancer Reveals Champ, Good Trouble Returns and More
AMEND: The Fight for America
Will Smith hosts the six-part docuseries that explores the lasting impact of the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution — which, in 1868, promised liberty and equal protection for all persons. (Watch trailer.)
Behind Her Eyes
Limited series premiere (all six episodes): A single mom (Little Drummer Girl‘s Simona Brown) has an affair with her psychiatrist (Beecham House‘s Tom Bateman), then befriends his wife (The Knick‘s Eve Hewson). Bold!
The Masked Dancer
Season 1 finale (two hours): Tulip, Sloth and Cotton Candy are unmasked — and a winner is revealed. (Final clues and guesses!)
Toni, Alice, Archie and Kevin team to prevent Riverdale High’s closure; Veronica is being followed; Jughead starts a new job. (Is Riverdale timeline weird?)
Severide and Casey investigate a fire at a homeless encampment; Cruz is on edge after a close call.
Bravo Team reckons with changes during a mission in Ecuador; Natalie has a life-changing idea for Jason. (David Boreanaz breaks silence on Joss Whedon.)
The team embarks on an undercover op to take down a dangerous drug leader; Ruzek’s informant proves to be a loose cannon.
In Season 2’s penultimate episode, Aaron pursues charges against a high-ranking police officer despite threats from an increasingly hostile community.
Season 3 premiere: Callie takes a job with a high-profile defense lawyer (UnREAL‘s Constance Zimmer); after sleeping with Evan, Mariana reconsiders her relationship with Raj. (Surprise Fosters return ahead!)
Each member of the S.W.A.T. team processes a “tragic mission” in their own way.
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Feb. 17, 1999, in the conclusion of a Dawson’s Creek two-parter, Jack came out as gay to his sister and father.