On TV this Wednesday: Secrets are exposed on Young & Hungry, The Soul Man gets philosophical, CBS unlocks its Briefcase and Fox invites you to target its Bullseye. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
Young & Hungry Finale, CBS' Briefcase Opens and More
Series premiere: Two families in financial need are presented with briefcases containing $101,000 and are tasked with a potentially life-altering decision: keep all of the cash for themselves, or give all or part of it to the other family in need. The catch? Neither family knows the other has also received a briefcase!
Season 2 finale: Jimmy and Bud’s contentious relationship comes to a head at an Irish wake. (Not yet renewed.)
The remaining 22 contenders are given 20 ingredients to prepare an at-home meal for the judges. Later, the contestants are tasked with baking apple pies.
Repeat to Revisit: In the Season 3 premiere, Oliver searches for an identity beyond the Arrow as crime in Starling City hits an all-time low.
Young & Hungry
Spring finale: Gabi contemplates a fresh start away from Josh and Cooper and auditions for a prestigious job in Switzerland. (New episodes resume Aug. 12.)
iHeartRadio Country Festival
In what feels like TV’s umpteenth country music special, Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts, Brad Paisley, Brantley Gilbert, Darius Rucker, Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley and the Band Perry are scheduled to perform.
Series premiere: Eight contestants agree to use their bodies as human darts for a chance to win $50,000. (‘Merica!) Kellan Lutz (The Comeback) and comedian Godfrey host.
Hot In Cleveland
Before next week’s hour-long series finale, the cast and crew share bloopers and discuss their favorite episodes and behind-the-scenes moments.
The Soul Man
Two episodes: First up, Boyce questions the legitimacy of a self-help philosophy. Then in the 11 pm season 4 finale, a party in honor of Boyce’s anniversary with the church goes haywire. (Not yet renewed.)
Big Time in Hollywood, FL
Season 1 finale: Tensions escalate on the set of Ben and Jack’s film. (Not yet renewed.)