What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘American Idol’ Hollywood Week, ‘Supernatural’ on Wednesday

Hollywood Week begins on American Idol! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Wednesday 01/27/2016:

8:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: American Idol (“Hollywood Round No. 1”) – The best vocalists from the auditions come to Hollywood to perform for the judges in hopes of making it to the next round. (FOX)

Arrow (“A.W.O.L.”) – Diggle must learn to trust his brother when an enemy visits Star City; Oliver adjusts to a new way of life. (The CW)

2 Broke Girls (“And the Sax Problem”) – When Earl’s former jazz band doesn’t ask him to play in their reunion show, Max and the diner gang work together to get him back on stage. (CBS)

Mob Wives (“Flip-Floppers and Party Hoppers”) – Ang gives Neil an ultimatum; tensions between Drita and Carla run high; Karen deals with her father’s critics; Marissa shares her opinions about Brittany’s friendship with Drita. (VH1)

8:30 PM ET

Mike & Molly (“Super Cop”) – Molly deals with a “new Mike” when he becomes hyper-vigilant after his wallet is stolen from the squad car while he was taking a nap. (CBS)

9:00 PM ET

Criminal Minds (“The Bond”) – The BAU looks for a suspect and a motive when victims are found in truck stop restrooms in the South. (CBS)

Hell’s Kitchen (“16 Chefs Compete”) – The contestants are faced with a communication challenge; the winning team goes on a relaxing retreat while the losers prepare for dinner service, which involves gutting 100 pounds of sea bass; VIP guests include astronaut Buzz Aldrin. (FOX)

Supernatural (“Into the Mystic”) – When people are met with violent deaths after listening to a mysterious song, Dean and Sam investigate. (The CW)

Duck Dynasty (“Alan in Charge”; “Renaissance Men”) – Alan is hired to work at Duck Commander, but his management style causes problems; the family holds a Renaissance Fair for Godwin’s birthday; sneak peek of the series “Jep & Jessica: Growing the Dynasty.” (A&E)

Star Wars Rebels (“The Protector of Concord Dawn”) – In need of new hyperspace routes due to Imperial pressure, the rebels find a shortcut but must first gain permission to use it. (Disney XD)

Face Off (“Lost Languages”) – The artists create a member of a long lost race inspired by languages created by professional conlanger David Peterson. (Syfy)

Little Women: LA [SEASON PREMIERE] (“MotoCrossed”) – Jasmine hosts a “Mommy Cocktail Party” so the women can trade tips for raising children, and leaves Elena off the guest list; cracks begin to appear in Briana’s relationship with Matt; Tonya gets the girls together for a dangerous motocross race. (Lifetime)

10:00 PM ET

Suits (“Blowback”) – Jessica and Harvey must devise a defense, in spite of Mike’s guilt. (USA Network)

American Crime (“Season Two: Episode Four”) – A revelation leads to the members of the basketball team facing invasive DNA testing; Eric makes a painful confession; Taylor tries to return to normalcy. (ABC)

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia (“Dee Made a Smut Film”) – Frank and Mac try to market Charlie as a talented artist for profit; Dennis and Dee bring Dennis’ erotic memoirs to the screen. (FXX)

Code Black (“The Fifth Stage”) – Leanne visits a prison to confront the drunken driver who killed her family; a patient (Jesse Bradford) makes Malaya feel uncomfortable. (CBS)

Little Women: Atlanta [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Twerk Off!”) – The ladies head out for a night at the club, but things get heated when the twins face off against Bri and Emily; Minnie’s love life becomes a point of contention for the group; one woman reveals her pregnancy to her father. (Lifetime)

The Challenge: Battle of the Bloodlines (“Out for Blood”) – Players are reunited with their bloodline teammates and compete in an endurance challenge; the competitors learn of a location change. (MTV)

Younger (“The Jade Crusade”) – Liza and Kelsey pursue their first author, who is a temperamental fashion blogger. (TV Land)

10:30 PM ET

Man Seeking Woman (“Tinsel”) – Liz finds herself drawn to a man that is currently unavailable. (FXX)

Teachers (“Duct Duct Goose”) – When the Superintendent visits, everyone tries to be on their best behavior; Ms. Snap auditions for “The Bachelor.” (TV Land)

11:00 PM ET

Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘n Out (“WNO Stand-up Special 1”) – Wild ‘N Out castmembers Shawty, Matt Rife and Darren Brand hit the stage for a hilarious stand-up set. (MTV 2)

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)


The Wendy Williams Show (“Broadway”) – Wayne Brady (Broadway’s “Kinky Boots”); the latest celebrity “lunchtime” cosmetic procedures. (BET)

At Midnight With Chris Hardwick – Ryan Stout; Esther Povitsky; Brandon Wardell. (Comedy Central)


The Daily Show With Trevor Noah is joined by Comic Jerry Seinfeld. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

Conan welcomes Carol Burnett; Eric Andre; Brad Wenzel. (11:00 PM, TBS)

Watch What Happens: Live features Actress Jennifer Lopez (“Shades of Blue”). (11:00 PM, Bravo)

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore has Athlete Brandon Marshall. (11:30 PM, Comedy Central)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is joined by Actress Natalie Portman; TV host John Oliver; Sia performs. (11:35 PM, NBC)

Late Show With Stephen Colbert features Actor Chris Pine; actress Danielle Brooks; Bauer performs. (11:35 PM, CBS)

Jimmy Kimmel Live welcomes Professional basketball player Shaquille O’Neal; actress Alison Brie; Banners perform. (11:35 PM, ABC)

Late Night With Seth Meyers has Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.); actor J.B. Smoove; Lukas Graham performs; Janet Weiss sits in with the 8G Band. (12:35 AM, NBC)

What, if anything, do you plan on watching on TV tonight? Sound off in the comments!

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