News & Notes
Over on cable, BBC America has the series premiere of The Spies of Warsaw, Cooking Channel has the third season finale of Not My Mama’s Meals, Discovery Channel has the series premiere of Pot Cops, TLC has the second season premiere of My Crazy Obsession, Syfy has the first season finale of Stranded, and TV Land has the series premiere of Forever Young.
Direct TV has the series premiere of Rogue.
Arrow (The CW): New. The count escapes from the mental institution and a woman dies from taking a drug at a party.
Modern Family (ABC): New. Phil and Claire meet an older version of their family while at the hospital. Runs 31 minutes.
How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) (ABC): Series Premiere. A woman leaves her husband and moves back in with her parents. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 29 minutes. It has been a while since I’ve seen this, but it my remembrance that it isn’t very good. A great cast squandered.
Psych (USA Network): New. Shawn helps Gus watch Maximus for the day by taking him to the circus. Plays again later.
The Middle (NBC): New. Frankie gets mopey after she doesn’t like how a TV reality show turns out.
Suburgatory (ABC): New. Dallas doesn’t like George’s new found body image issues. Lisa learns why Dalia has been nice to Tessa.
Criminal Minds (CBS): New. The team heads back to the neighborhood that Morgan grew up in to track an UnSub.
The Americans (FX): New. A routine mission goes badly and Philip and Elizabeth must deal with it. Plays twice and again later twice.
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS): New. The team stumbles upon a serial killer and his lair while investigating a dead body found near a forest reserve.
- Nashville (ABC): New. Rayna has her kids and sister join her on tour, but doesn’t like the effect the Juliette is having on them.
- Southland (TNT): New. The funeral of a drug dealer brings many gangsters out in the open. Plays twice.
- Supernatural (The CW): New. Sam and Dean get a call from a terrified Kevin.
- ESPN has an NBA game today.
- ESPN2 has doubleheader MLB action on Wednesday Night Baseball.
Wednesday TV Marathons
NCIS (USA Network): Nine episodes.
Doctor Who (BBC America): Five episodes.