What to Watch Today

Night Shift Finale, You're the Worst Returns and More

On TV this Wednesday: The Night Shift and Greenleaf come to the end of their respective seasons, You’re the Worst struggles with the “L” word and Katie Cassidy comes to play on Whose Line. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Fox

    The seven remaining chefs endure an elimination challenge involving prep work on picnic platters. (Get Fox fall premiere dates.)

  • USA Network

    As Harvey counters Cahill’s star witness, Mike attempts to bring in one of his own; Jessica and Rachel try to stall Leonard’s execution. (Get USA fall premiere dates.)

  • The CW
    Whose Line Is It Anyway?

    Arrow-verse star Katie Cassidy joins Ryan, Colin, Wayne and Aisha. (Watch an exclusive sneak peek; view brand-new Arrow and Flash photos.)

  • Sundance

    Two episodes: Don Pietro finds himself at odds with a prison warden; the Savastano clan has trouble with a former ally. (When does Rectify return?)

  • OWN

    Season 1 finale: Deacon Sykes worries about Lady Mae preaching at Women’s Day; Basie eyes Jacob to oversee Triumph’s new community center. (Get renewal status.)

  • NBC
    The Night Shift

    Season 3 finale (Part 2 of 2): Scott and Jordan proceed with emergency surgery amid the escalating wildfire; TC tries to secure medication for Syd; the hospital gets an unlikely buyer. (Not yet renewed.)

  • CBS
    American Gothic

    The Hawthornes revisit the past in an attempt to get to the bottom of all of their lies. (Get CBS fall premiere synopses.)

  • USA Network
    Mr. Robot

    Angela wants more from Evil Corp than they’re willing to offer her; Elliot and Darlene look for answers about the Dark Army.

  • FX

    Daliyah stands up to Barry and convinces Fauzi to be a voice of dissent; Barry grants Maloof the right to shut down Leila’s opposition. (Get FX fall premiere dates.)

  • FXX
    You're the Worst

    Season 3 premiere: Jimmy and Gretchen struggle after saying “I love you”; Edgar and Dorothy have problems in the bedroom. (No more ‘Sunday Funday’?)