What to Watch Today

Middle Meets Twilight Zone, Buffy Meets Star Wars and More

On TV this Wednesday: Brick Heck channels Rod Serling, Chicago P.D. pulls a double shift, FXX plans the Worst Sunday Funday and Donald Trump… says something controversial? Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • CNBC
    Republican Presidential Debate

    Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio… Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, Ted Cruz… Mike Huckabee, Chris Christie, John Kasich and (whew!) Rand Paul are scheduled to appear in this quick 150-minute debate.

  • The CW

    Laurel deals with the ramifications of resurrecting Sara; Oliver asks Captain Lance for a favor. (Read preview, plus: Cast wonders, ‘Who’s in the grave?’)

  • ABC
    The Middle

    Episode 150: The Hecks pay tribute to a TV classic with their own set of Twilight Zone-type stories. (Get scoop!)

  • ABC
    The Goldbergs

    Adam attempts to spend Halloween with Dana at a haunted house with Barry and Erica, and far away from the overbearing Beverly.

  • NBC
    Chicago P.D.

    Two episodes, special time: Ruzek’s future with the department is jeopardized after a bungled undercover op; Lindsay and Halstead’s relationship moves forward.

  • CBS
    Criminal Minds

    In an episode directed by cast member Thomas Gibson, the BAU looks for an UnSub incorporating dead bodies into macabre graffiti pieces.

  • ABC

    Dre receives a surprise visit from the cousin (GMA‘s Michael Strahan) that grew up tormenting him, putting a damper on his favorite holiday.

  • Disney XD
    Star Wars Rebels
    Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) debuts as the Seventh Sister when a venture to obtain medical supplies leaves Sabine and Ezra in danger.
  • FX
    American Horror Story: Hotel

    John gets an invite to an exclusive Devil’s Night soiree; Alex tries to determine Holden’s peculiar condition.

  • FXX
    You're the Worst

    Jimmy plans a Halloween-themed Sunday Funday as a means of helping Gretchen. (Aya Cash was TVLine’s Performer of the Week!)