What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘Criminal Minds’ Finale, ‘American Idol’ Top 3, ‘Arrow’ on Wednesday

Criminal Minds airs its season finale! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Wednesday 05/06/2015:

8:00 PM ET

Survivor: Worlds Apart (“Holding on for Dear Life”) – A reward presents castaways with a chance to deliver supplies to an orphanage; a crazy tribal council leaves people scrambling. (CBS)

American Idol XIV [LIVE] (“Top 3 Perform”) – One contestant is sent home, leaving three to battle to become the next American Idol; mentor Scott Borchetta; Martina McBride performs. (FOX)

Arrow (“This Is Your Sword”) – Oliver must complete two final tasks before coming the next Ra’s al Ghul; Nyssa is threatened; Malcolm makes an offer to the team; Thea visits Roy. (The CW)

The Middle (“Mother’s Day Reservations”) – Mike’s incompetence threatens to ruin Frankie’s Mother’s Day; Mike tells Axl, Sue and Brick to put some effort into a gift for Frankie; Frankie asks the kids how they would differ from her as parents. (ABC)

Young & Hungry (“Young & Ferris Wheel”) – Gabi creates an awkward situation for Josh when she takes it upon herself to find a special gift for Shauna; Elliot asks Yolanda to watch him while he sleeps. (ABC Family)

The Mysteries of Laura (“The Mystery of the Crooked Clubber”) – In order to solve a murder, Laura and the team have to stop a robbery crew; Laura re-evaluates her relationship with Tony. (NBC)

8:30 PM ET

The Goldbergs (“Bill/Murray”) – Adam and Beverly help Erica make a music video for her application to Julliard but it doesn’t go as Adam plans; Murray bonds with Lainey’s dad and learns what it means to be a real friend. (ABC)

What's On TV Tonight - 'Criminal Minds' Finale, 'American Idol' Top 3, 'Arrow' on Wednesday

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9:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Criminal Minds [SEASON FINALE] (“The Hunt”) – The team suspects Kate’s niece and her friend were kidnapped by an online predator involved in sex trafficking and race to find them before they are hurt. (CBS)

Modern Family (“Patriot Games”) – When Alex learns she must share the Valedictorian title with a competitor, the principal lets them break a tie with a one mile run; Gloria studies for her citizenship test; Mitch and Cam join a protest against a local restaurant. (ABC)

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (“Perverted Justice”) – A woman wants to recant her testimony and free her father, who was incarcerated for incest and rape when she was a child; Capt. Cragen, who remembers the original investigation, tries to help the team. (NBC)

Supernatural (“Dark Dynasty”) – While investigating a strange murder, Sam and Dean discover the killer has the same tattoo as those from the Styne family; Castiel plays referee when Charlie and Rowena must work together; Crowley turns to an old enemy for help with Rowena. (The CW)

Little Women: LA: Terra’s Little Family (“Penny’s Little Party”) – Terra and Joe receive the results of Penny’s genetic tests; the exhausted parents host a party so their friends can meet Penny. (Lifetime)

I Still Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant [SEASON FINALE] (“This Can’t Be Happening Again”) – A woman becomes a first time mother in a cab returning home from a club only to be surprised once again at a friend’s BBQ years later; another woman goes into labor after believing she has kidney stones and has another unexpected baby a year later. (TLC)

Swab Stories (“Daddy Issues”) – A young woman wants to learn which of three men is her biological father; a young woman learns if her father is the man who raised her or her best friend. (VH1)

9:30 PM ET

Blackish (“Please Don’t Ask, Please Don’t Tell”) – Bow thinks Dre should tell his mother that his sister is a lesbian; Zoey tries to help Junior develop his gaydar; Diane and Jack compete to pick the best Mother’s Day gift. (ABC)

Little Women: LA: Terra’s Little Family (“Daddy Daycare”) – Joe feels the pressure to succeed at taking care of Terra on Mother’s Day; Terra asks Joe to watch Penny by himself for the afternoon. (Lifetime)

Walk of Shame Shuttle – A low bar for dating; a passenger dates crazy women; basic bitch problems; finding a dream man; a hidden talent. (VH1)

10:00 PM ET

Nashville (“Is the Better Part Over”) – While Juliette enjoys the attention following her rooftop performance, her team worries she is suffering from postpartum depression; Will learns his private life is about to be splashed across a tabloid; Deacon and Rayna grapple with his diagnosis. (ABC)

CSI: Cyber (“Click Your Poison”) – When a man dies after taking medication purchased through a hacked ad on a website, Ryan and the team investigate. (CBS)

Ripper Street (“The Beating of Her Wings”) – A murder inquiry in a curiosity shop reveals a secret dungeon and signs of a captive girl. (BBC America)

Storage Wars (“What Cowboy Dreams May Come”) – Dave makes his colleagues struggle when they return to his stomping grounds of Santa Ana, Calif.; Jarrod and Brandi are off their game; Ivy crashes the festivities and faces new bidding rivals. (A&E)

Catfish: The TV Show (“Steven & Samm”) – Rather than plan for college, a young man wants to move to California to support his online love, but his mother is skeptical. (MTV)

Chicago PD (“There’s My Girl”) – Still struggling with a loss, the team must put feelings aside when a cafe is bombed; Atwater winds up in hot water after making a mistake. (NBC)

Million Dollar Listing New York (“Frenemies Unite”) – Fredrik invites Ryan to join him in listing a Chelsea penthouse; Ryan courts a Russian businessman with a penchant for luxury; in spite of a disastrous open house; Luis receives an offer on his Harlem townhouse. (Bravo)

Restaurant: Impossible (“The Ambush”) – To get a truer picture of the problems facing the restaurant, Robert ambushes the owners of Tornatore’s Pizzeria in Orlando, Fla. (Food Network)

Little Women: NY (“The Little People Fashion Show”) – Misty and Jordanna go to war when they are both asked to walk in a fashion show at New York Fashion Week; Jason and Kristin are forced to take sides when Misty and Jordanna fight. (Lifetime)

The Prancing Elites Project (“Buckin in the Bayou”) – An all-new episode of the reality series. (Oxygen)

Labor Games [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Are You a Connoisseur of Baby Food?”) – Expecting parents Jessica and Aaron compete to try and win $10,000 for their baby’s college fund. (TLC)

Hot in Cleveland (“All About Elka”) – Victoria directs her mother and son in a musical; Elka auditions for a part in Victoria’s play; Joy and Melanie try to fire a waiter. (TV Land)

10:30 PM ET

Storage Wars (“Too Many Cooks in the Locker”) – The buyers invade Ivy’s home turf of Lancaster, Calif.; Mary attempts to make a deal with an unexpected ally; Jarrod and Brandi pressure their colleagues; Rene tries to prove his superiority. (A&E)

Freak Out (“Flesh Eating Viruses Freak Me Out!”) – A visitor to a doctor’s office becomes trapped with a highly contagious patient; unsuspecting folks encounter an escaped convict; a cleanup crew comes face to face with a fugitive gorilla. (ABC Family)

Big Time in Hollywood, FL (“What Dreams May Come”) – Ben and Jack reunite with Cuba Gooding Jr., who has an exciting proposition for them; Diana and Alan pursue couples therapy; Malloy secretly investigates the Dolfe family. (Comedy Central)

The Soul Man (“Wife of a Preacherman”) – An all-new episode of the half-hour comedy. (TV Land)

Labor Games (“Got Milk?”) – Expecting parents Marisa and Jerald are surprised at the chance to compete in a game show while in labor; contractions come quickly and it’s a race against the clock. (TLC)

11:00 PM ET

Watch What Happens: Live – Actors Jack Black and James Marsden (“The D Train”). (Bravo)

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)

Joking Off – Chris Distefano; Monroe Martin; “Scumbag Everyone”; “Textify”; “If They Could Talk”; “Game Changers”; “Call You Out.” (MTV 2)


The Wendy Williams Show (“Unusually Thicke”) – Alan Thicke (“Unusually Thicke”); a viewer plays for cash in Wendy’s Spring Cha-Ching sweepstakes; hot topics. (BET)

At Midnight With Chris Hardwick – Dan Harmon; Jeff B. Davis; Heather Anne Campbell. (Comedy Central)


The Daily Show With Jon Stewart is joined by U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

Conan features Actress Helen Hunt; actor/comic Nick Swardson; rock band They Might Be Giants. (11:00 PM, TBS)

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore welcomes Comic Susie Essman; author Nicole Wallace. (11:30 PM, Comedy Central)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has Actress Kerry Washington; actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson; Noel Gallagher performs. (11:35 PM, NBC)

Late Show With David Letterman is joined by Actor Martin Short; Norah Jones performs. (11:35 PM, CBS)

Jimmy Kimmel Live welcomes Musician Adam Levine; actor Nicholas Hoult; Maroon 5 performs. (11:35 PM, ABC)

Late Night With Seth Meyers features Fashion journalist Anna Wintour; singer Willie Nelson; Twin Shadow performs. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show With James Corden has Actor Dana Carvey; actress Elizabeth Olsen. (12:35 AM, CBS)

Last Call With Carson Daly is joined by Comics Pete Holmes and Rob Bell; Tennis performs. (1:35 AM, NBC)

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