What to Watch Today

The X-Files and Versace Finales, Superman Prequel and More

On TV this Wednesday: Syfy sets course for Krypton, the Versace manhunt winds down, 9-1-1 and Speechless wrap their seasons and The X-Files airs its potential series finale. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • Fox
    The X-Files

    Series finale? Mulder and Scully search for an on-the-run William; the Cigarette Smoking Man moves forward with his ultimate plan. (Is a solo Scully The X-Files‘ only possible salvation?)

  • The CW

    Jughead speaks out against Hiram’s plans for Riverdale; Hermoine’s good friend Andy Cohen — yes, he’s guest-starring as himself! — visits.

  • ABC

    Season 2 finale: JJ is excited to be up for an award at a film festival… until he finds out why he was nominated in the first place. (Not yet renewed.)

  • Freeform
    Alone Together

    Season 1 finale: Benji manages his brother’s apartment complex; Esther and Benji become enamored with retirement life. (Get renewal status.)

  • Fox

    Season 1 finale: The first responders rush to the scene of an unusual domestic disturbance; Bobby reenters the dating pool; Abby takes a walk down memory lane. (Get renewal status.)

  • CBS
    SEAL Team

    Jason leads the team on a dangerous daytime mission, during which [Spoiler] is wounded; Clay struggles with his long-distance relationship.

  • FX
    The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

    Season finale (79 minutes): The hunt for serial killer Andrew Cunanan comes to an end. (Next up: Katrina.)

  • Syfy

    Series premiere: More than three (yes, three) years after it was first announced, the Superman prequel focused on the Man of Steel’s grandfather (played by Cameron Cuffe) finally sees the light of day. (Watch trailerQ&A with Cuffe and EPs.)

  • NBC
    Chicago P.D.

    Upton assumes a previous undercover identity to help bust a meth ring spearheaded by a former contact; Voight calls in a favor for Olinsky.

  • CBS
    Criminal Minds

    Coulrophobics, beware! In this Matthew Gray Gubler-directed episode, the BAU tracks down a serial-killing clown.