What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘American Idol’, ‘Criminal Minds’, ‘Star Wars Rebels’ on Wednesday

American Idol is all-new as the auditions continue in Atlanta, Little Rock, Philadelphia and San Francisco! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Wednesday 01/20/2016:

8:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: American Idol (“Auditions No. 5”) – Hopefuls audition for the judges in Atlanta, Little Rock, Ark., Philadelphia and San Francisco. (FOX)

Arrow (“Blood Debts”) – Forced to deal with the brutal consequences of Darhk’s most recent attack, Oliver sets out on a manhunt, intent on revenge. (The CW)

The Middle (“Floating 50”) – Mike asks Brick and Axl to help plan a surprise party for Frankie’s 50th birthday; Sue posts a sign in the laundry room after losing a sock; coach Babbitt wants to turn Brick into an athlete. (ABC)

2 Broke Girls (“And the Basketball Jones”) – When Oleg’s professional basketball player cousin comes to town for a game, he gives Max two tickets; Max and Caroline risk ruining their business when they interfere with the game. (CBS)

The Mysteries of Laura (“The Mystery of the Unwelcome Houseguest”) – A shocking development puts Laura in danger and makes it clear that a murder case is unresolved; Laura races against time to save her life and take down a killer. (NBC)

Mob Wives – There is a price one eventually pays when married to the mob, and the bill has come due for the four women profiled in this docu-reality series. The longtime friends from Staten Island, N.Y., struggle to make sense of their situations while their family’s primary breadwinner is incarcerated for mob-related crimes. (VH1)

8:30 PM ET

Mike & Molly (“Peg o’ My Heart Attack”) – When Mike blames Molly for Peggy’s heart attack, Molly seeks to make things right with her mother-in-law. (CBS)

The Goldbergs (“Double Dare”) – Adam and Emmy’s favorite TV game show holds auditions at their school; Barry thinks Beverly is a good luck charm for his favorite sports team. (ABC)

9:00 PM ET

Criminal Minds (“Drive”) – When corpses are discovered in public places in Boston, a ride-sharing service may lead the team to the killer. (CBS)

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (“A Misunderstanding”) – The futures of two high-school students are complicated by a murky date-rape case filled with dueling accusations. (NBC)

Second Chance (“One More Notch”) – The power surge used to bring Pritchard back to life allows two murderers to escape from prison; Pritchard informs Duval that they’re half-brothers. (FOX)

Supernatural (“The Devil in the Details”) – Lucifer offers Sam a costly way out of the cage; Dean and Castiel investigate the angel smiting that might have killed Amara. (The CW)

Duck Dynasty (“Ball in the Family”; “Drone Survivor”) – Willie calls upon kin to help him settle an old score; Si suspects his cat is unfaithful; Jep purchases a drone; Si visits the chiropractor for a spinal adjustment; includes sneak peek of the series “Jep & Jessica: Growing the Dynasty.” (A&E)

Star Wars Rebels (“A Princess on Lothal”) – An aide to Bail Organa is sent to Lothal with ships for the rebel fleet, but an Imperial lockdown forces the rebels to come up with a new plan to steal the vehicles. (Disney XD)

Face Off (“Child’s Play”) – The artists work as teams to create makeup based on an oversized toy; with special guest Paul Reubens. (Syfy)

9:30 PM ET

Blackish (“Keeping Up With the Johnsons”) – After a period of heavy spending, Dre and Bow wonder if they need to be more financially responsible; Junior wants to start day trading. (ABC)

10:00 PM ET

American Crime (“Season Two: Episode Three”) – Kevin is identified as a participant in the events that occurred at the party; Anne feels defensive; new evidence raises questions about what really happened. (ABC)

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia (“The Gang Hits the Slopes”) – Dennis and Frank face Dee and Mac for control of the mountain; Charlie learns the slops have their own set of rules. (FXX)

Code Black (“First Date”) – Angus’ brother returns to Angels Memorial in hopes of landing a position as an attending physician; Christa’s feelings toward Neal increase; a patient becomes obsessed with Malaya. (CBS)

Chicago P.D. (“Looking Out for Stateville”) – Voight wants to make his former cellmate a confidential informant as the unit tries to take down a big cocaine supplier and local dealers; Burgess makes a decision about her relationship with Ruzek; Roman works with Firehouse 51 to fund a wedding. (NBC)

The Challenge: Battle of the Bloodlines – The participants travel to Bodrum, Turkey to join family members who know their strengths, weaknesses and fears. (MTV)

Younger (“Like a Boss”) – Liza and Kelsey prepare to launch their new imprint in spite of online criticism. (TV Land)

10:30 PM ET

Teachers (“Picture Day”) – All of the teachers try to look their best for picture day, but fate seems to work against them. (TV Land)

Man Seeking Woman (“Scythe”) – Josh decides to settle after becoming desperate. (FXX)

11:00 PM ET

Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘n Out (“WNO Wildest Wildstyles”) – A breakdown of the Wildstyle battles from the seventh season. (MTV 2)

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)


The Wendy Williams Show (“Shades of Blue”) – Ray Liotta (“Shades of Blue”); chef Wolfgang Puck tells about his new cooking school. (BET)

At Midnight With Chris Hardwick – Jen Kirkman; James Davis; Flula Borg. (Comedy Central)


The Daily Show With Trevor Noah is joined by Actor Gael Garcia Bernal. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

Conan welcomes Eva Longoria; Chef Jose Andres; Marques Ray. (11:00 PM, TBS)

Watch What Happens: Live features Actor Dermot Mulroney; actress Jenna Fischer. (11:00 PM, Bravo)

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore has Author Dan Savage. (11:30 PM, Comedy Central)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is joined by Comic Sarah Silverman; Wet performs. (11:35 PM, NBC)

Late Show With Stephen Colbert features Actor Christian Slater; actor Josh Radnor; Iggy Pop performs. (11:35 PM, CBS)

Jimmy Kimmel Live welcomes Actor Zac Efron; actress Lauren Cohan; Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals perform. (11:35 PM, ABC)

Late Night With Seth Meyers has Actor Danny DeVito; comic Whitney Cummings; Josh Freese sits in with The 8G Band. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show With James Corden is joined by Actor J.K. Simmons; actor Josh Holloway; professional soccer players Robbie Keane and Steven Gerrard. (12:35 AM, CBS)

What's On TV Tonight - 'American Idol', 'Criminal Minds', 'Star Wars Rebels' on Wednesday

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