TV Wednesday: Arrow, Suburgatory, The Americans & More
News & Notes
On cable, Showtime has the 34th season finale of Inside the NFL
(The CW): New. A ruthless criminal is released from prison and sets his sights on taking down Oliver’s alter ego. Meanwhile, Oliver asks his mother about some of the names in the book.
(ABC): New. Manny sets out to land the lead in the school play after the the lead gets sick. Runs 31 minutes.
(ABC): New. Dallas finds out that some of her property is actually in East Chatswin, which gets her kicked out of the club and has Dalia having to change schools. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 29 minutes.
(FX): New. Philip and Elizabeth attempt to plant a bug in the office of the defense secretary. Runs 66 minutes. Plays twice and again later.
(NBC): New. Alex tells Whitney he is going to a tech conference, but he really just wants some time alone. R.J.’s niece makes friends with Roxanne. Runs 30 minutes.
(CBS): New. The daughter of an author disappears on the anniversary of her mother’s disappearance.
(ABC): New. Rayna deals with Deacon joining Juliette’s band. Scarlett gets an offer from Gunnar.
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS): CBS. Crossover with CSI: NY has Mac arriving in Las Vegas to find his girlfriend missing and the local CSI team helping in the search. The story concludes on CSI: NY on Friday.
- Necessary Roughness (USA Network): New. Dani is trying to help Coach Purnell deal with his anger issues. Nico and Matt are investigating a potentially big scandal within the team. Plays again later.
- Supernatural (The CW): New. Sam and Dean check things out after a rabbi combusts spontaneously.
- ESPN has college basketball action with Baylor at Oklahoma State followed by NBA action with the San Antonio Spurs at the Minnesota Timberwolves.
- ESPN2 has college basketball action with Marquette at South Florida.
- White Collar (USA Network): Repeat. Last night’s episode, “Empire City,” replays.
Wednesday TV Marathons
(TNT): Seven episodes tonight.
(USA Network): Nine episodes.