Wednesday TV: Arrow, black-ish, Code Black & More

News & Notes

Get an Arrow Action Figure via AmazonTonight, FOX has the first fall season finale of Rosewood and the second fall season finale of Empire and NBC has the Christmas in Rockefeller Center special.

Over on cable, Bravo has the 13th season premiere of Top Chef, CMT has the CMT Artists of the Year special, CNBC has the first season finale of Jay Leno’s Garage, MTV has the 27th season premiere of The Real World/Road Rules Challenge, and truTV has the series premiere of Santas in the Barn special.

On streaming, Hulu has the first season finale of Casual and the series premiere of Rocket Jump: The Show dropping this morning.

Prime Picks

Arrow (The CW): New. The crossover continues with Barry and Oliver taking Kendra to a remote location while they try and figure out how to defeat Vandal Savage. Runs 63 minutes.

Modern Family (ABC): New. A group therapy session doesn’t go well. Runs 31 minutes.
black-ish (ABC): New. Bow thinks an old friend of Dre is taking advantage of him. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 29 minutes.

Code Black (CBS): New. Jesse has a heart attack and his life hangs in the balance, which leaves Leanne rattled.

Solid Selections

Rosewood (FOX): New. A serial killer is being hunted and an FBI agent that had a relationship with TMI once becomes part of the investigation, which causes some problems. Returns Wednesday, March 2nd.

Kingdom (DirecTV): New. Alvey and Lisa put on a showcase and invite sponsors into the gym so they can see Alicia in action. Ryan and Jay are glad to have a cheat day.

Nashville (ABC): New. Scarlett surprises Caleb. Rayna deals with problems associated with Markus’ album.

Other Options

  • Ash vs Evil Dead (Starz): Repeat. This past Saturday night’s episode, “The Host,” replays. Runs 30 minutes. Plays again later two times.
  • Criminal Minds (CBS): New. The BAU works with the NSA after two DEA agents are murdered.
  • Empire (FOX): New. Lucious goes after a streaming music service. Cookie works to put on a concert at the prison she spent 17 years in. Returns Wednesday, March 30th.
  • Homeland (Showtime): Repeat. This past Sunday night’s episode, “The Litvinov Ruse,” replays.
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas (NBC): Repeat. The classic animated Dr. Seuss tale narrated by Boris Karloff. Runs 30 minutes.
  • A Saturday Night Live Christmas (NBC): Repeat. Holiday themed sketches from the show are shown. Runs 90 minutes.

Sports Notes

  • CBS Sports has doubleheader college basketball action with Butler at Cincinnati followed by Arizona State at Creighton.
  • ESPN has doubleheader college basketball action with Louisville at Michigan State followed by Indiana at Duke.
  • ESPN2 has doubleheader college basketball action with Wisconsin at Syracuse followed by Notre Dame at Illinois.
  • ESPNU has doubleheader college basketball action with Penn State at Boston College followed by Florida State at Iowa.
  • FS1 has women’s college basketball action with UConn at DePaul and later has men’s action with Gonzaga at Washington State.
  • NBA TV has doubleheader action tonight with the New Orleans Pelicans at the Houston Rockets followed by the Indiana Pacers at the Los Angeles Clippers.

Wednesday TV Marathons

CSI: NY (TNT): Five episodes in late night.
Law & Order (ION): Has 14 episodes.
Law & Order (WEtv): Seven episodes tonight into late night.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (WEtv): Eight episodes today.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (USA Network): Has 14 episodes.

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