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What’s On TV Tonight? – iHeartRadio Country Festival, ‘The Briefcase’ Premiere on Wednesday

iHeartRadio Country Festival kicks off the summer! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Wednesday 05/27/2015:

8:00 PM ET

The Briefcase [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Bronsons/Bergins”) – The Bergin family and the Bronson family are each presented with $101,000, and must decide if they should keep it or share the wealth. (CBS)

MasterChef (“You’re the Apple of My Eye”) – The contestants are faced with their first mystery box challenge that includes ingredients that could be found in the average home; in a pressure test, contestants must prepare their version of an apple pie. (FOX)

Young & Hungry (“Young & Part Two”) – Gabi is bewildered when long-held secrets are revealed, then must make an important decision when a big opportunity lands in her lap. (ABC Family)

500 Questions – The reigning genius’s intellectual strength continues to be tested. (ABC)

What's On TV Tonight - iHeartRadio Country Festival, 'The Briefcase' Premiere on Wednesday

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9:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: iHeartRadio Country Festival – Performers at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas, include Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley, Brantley Gilbert, Justin Moore, The Band Perry, Sam Hunt and Tyler Farr; Jennifer Nettles and Darius Rucker host. (NBC)

Bullseye [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Bullseye Buggy Jump”) – Contestants tackle three levels of extraordinary challenges — in which they must hit bull’s-eyes with their bodies — in hope of winning $50,000. (FOX)

Little Women: LA: Terra’s Little Family (“Little Women: Terra’s Little Family Up Close & Personal”) – Interviews with Terra Jolé and Joe Gnoffo; reviewing memorable moments from the first season. (Lifetime)

Sing It On (“Northeast Quarterfinals”) – Pitch Please! battles sickness and wardrobe malfunctions; an untested music director cracks under the pressure; a budding romance threatens team dynamics; a soloist tries to overcome her stage fright after an onstage catastrophe. (TV Guide)

Swab Stories (“Dude, Who’s My Dad?”) – After wondering for two decades, a girl may have proof of paternity; a stranger approaches twins, claiming to be their brother. (VH1)

9:30 PM ET

Mystery Diners (“Sneakiest Schemes”) – Mystery Diners counts down the craziest schemes caught on video, from operating unauthorized businesses, to raising money for bogus charities, and even creating fake employees. (Food Network)

Walk of Shame Shuttle – Faking it; meeting a jerk; not talking dirty; friends who share everything; spiritual advice from the Trainwreck of the week. (VH1)

10:00 PM ET

Celebrity Wife Swap (“Verne Troyer/Hines Ward”) – Brittney, who lives in Los Angeles with her boyfriend, Verne Troyer, trades lives with Lindsey, who resides in Atlanta with her husband, former NFL wide receiver Hines Ward. (ABC)

Ripper Street (“Heavy Boots”) – While Reid lies in a coma, gangs led by Teddy and Walter threaten landlords who won’t buy from their brewery; Walter abducts Grace; Fred Best interviews Susan for his paper. (BBC America)

Million Dollar Listing New York (“I Love You, Puffer Munkin”) – Ryan tries to close the biggest deal of his life, and he plans on sealing it with a kiss; a winter wonderland awaits Fredrik in Sweden; a twist throws Luis for a loop as he sees the finish line for his Brooklyn townhouse. (Bravo)

Little Women: NY [SEASON FINALE] (“The Big Question”) – The tension between Misty and the rest of the group escalates; Kristin’s anxiety over her upcoming birthday mounts; the group throws Kristin a birthday bash. (Lifetime)

The Prancing Elites Project (“Prance on the Water”) – The Prancing Elites book a gig on a dinner cruise boat; Kareem finally reveals the secret he’s been keeping. (Oxygen)

My Extraordinary Family – Meg Zucker is left with one finger on each hand and one toe on each foot from a condition called ectrodactyly; she and her husband, John, prepare to celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary. (TLC)

Hot in Cleveland (“Hot in Cleveland: Hot Damn!”) – The cast and crew discuss their favorite episodes, bloopers and behind-the-scenes moments from the past six seasons of the series. (TV Land)

10:30 PM ET

The Soul Man (“Roar!”) – Stamps gets sucked into a self-help philosophy; Lolli tries to get her salon on St. Louis Weekly’s hot list; Barton refuses to go to the dentist. (TV Land)

Big Time in Hollywood, FL [SEASON FINALE] (“Art Imitates Death”) – Everything comes to a head on the set of Ben and Jack’s film and tensions reach a boiling point. (Comedy Central)

Freak Out [SEASON FINALE] (“Yoga Freaks Me Out!”) – A woman is blamed for a groom’s last-minute change of heart; good Samaritans are left in a pickle; an unsuspecting mark creates chaos at her first yoga class; a human-animal hybrid stalks a camp. (ABC Family)

11:00 PM ET

Watch What Happens: Live – An all-new episode of the popular chat show. (Bravo)

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)

The Soul Man (“Busting Boyce”) – The church plans a big party for Boyce’s anniversary as pastor, but the parishioners turn on him when he seems ungrateful. (TV Land)

Marilyn Monroe: Scandal and Legacy – The true story of the life of Norma Jean Mortenson, otherwise known as Marilyn Monroe, from the tragedy of her childhood to the scandals that eventually overwhelmed and destroyed her. (Reelz)

Joking Off (“Host DeRay Davis, Mike E. Winfield, Stephen Guarino”) – Mike E. Winfield; Stephen Guarino; “OK Stupid”; “What the Gif?”; “Game Changers”; “Call You Out.” (MTV 2)

LATE NIGHT TALK SHOWS

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart is all-new. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore is joined by Constance Zimmer and Jermaine Fowler. (11:30 PM, Comedy Central)

The Late Late Show With James Corden welcomes Actor Jason Alexander; actresses Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs; Estelle performs. (12:35 AM, CBS)

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