What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘The Americans’ and ‘Broadchurch’ Finales, ‘Survivor’ on Wednesday

Elizabeth and Paige are in treacherous territory in the season finale of The Americans! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Wednesday 04/22/2015:

8:00 PM ET

Survivor: Worlds Apart (“Bring the Popcorn”) – An advantage gives a castaway a game-changing opportunity; a castaway’s integrity is called into question. (CBS)

American Idol XIV [LIVE] (“Top 5 Perform”) – The finalists perform on Arena Anthems night; a contestant is eliminated from the competition. (FOX)

Arrow (“The Fallen”) – Ra’s al Ghul presents Oliver with an irresistible offer; Felicity takes matters into her own hands as the team accompanies Oliver on a journey. (The CW)

The Middle (“Two of a Kind”) – When Frankie’s uncle (Dick Van Dyke) contacts her dad (Jerry Van Dyke) hoping to make amends, Frankie and Mike are caught in the middle of their feud; Sue turns to Axl for advice when she is sent to detention for the first time. (ABC)

Young & Hungry (“Young & First Time”) – Gabi’s plan to take her relationship with Cooper to the next level is stymied when Cooper finds out about her last romantic interest; Josh learns that Yolanda is spending time with her ex-husband. (ABC Family)

The Mysteries of Laura (“The Mystery of the Dodgy Draft”) – During the investigation into the murder of a teacher’s aide, Laura is faced with an epic personal crisis. (NBC)

8:30 PM ET

The Goldbergs (“As You Wish”) – Murray is happy to hear that Adam wants to participate in a school sport — until he finds out it’s fencing; Beverly tries to play matchmaker for Barry’s wrestling coach and Erica’s voice teacher. (ABC)

9:00 PM ET

Modern Family (“Knock ‘Em Down”) – Jay agrees to sub in on Cam’s bowling team, not knowing it’s an all-gay league; Phil and Clair have an unexpectedly nice time with their neighbors; Gloria and Mitch agree to go out with Haley. (ABC)

Criminal Minds (“Mr. Scratch”) – When three alleged murderers claim that they were attacked by a monster at the moment of the crimes, the BAU searches for a suspect who controls minds; the hunt puts one team member in danger. (CBS)

Supernatural (“The Werther Project”) – Sam looks for a magical box built by former Men of Letters, Magnus, hoping it will cure Dean, but is surprised by a deadly alarm system. (The CW)

Little Women: LA: Terra’s Little Family (“Little Baby, Big World”) – Terra has a meltdown in the hospital before she is moved to the operating room; Terra’s baby is rushed to the NICU for treatment; the couple decide the baby’s name. (Lifetime)

Barely Famous (“Bananas Foster”) – Things appear to be going better for the Foster sisters; Sara is up for a large role; Erin may have found love. (VH1)

9:30 PM ET

Storage Wars (“Packed, Stacked and All… Trash?”) – The buyers look for great deals in Costa Mesa, Calif., an area that Dave knows all too well; Mary attempts to spend big; Darrell hopes to shut out a competitor. (A&E)

Blackish (“Switch Hitting”) – Dre suffers from self doubt when an executive (Michael Rapaport) questions his street cred; Pops fears the worst when he receives a letter from the IRS. (ABC)

Mystery Diners (“Train Robbery”) – The owner of Fillmore and Western Railway, in Fillmore, Calif., is concerned about missing supplies and rumors of unauthorized passengers during his train’s dinner theater service. (Food Network)

Little Women: LA: Terra’s Little Family (“A First for Everything”) – Terra and Joe adjust to their life with the baby at home; the exhausted new parents face many challenges; the couple bring their daughter to her first appointment with a pediatrician. (Lifetime)

Walk of Shame Shuttle – Describing fantasy sex tapes; dissection of a hipster; dating red flags; a date gone horribly wrong; valuable life lessons. (VH1)

What's On TV Tonight - 'The Americans' and 'Broadchurch' Finales, 'Survivor' on Wednesday

Credit: FX

10:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: The Americans [SEASON FINALE] (“March 8, 1983”) – Elizabeth and Paige take a trip that lands them in treacherous territory; Philip turns to an unlikely source for solace; Stan’s plan to save Nina culminates in unforeseen ways. (FX)

Nashville (“The Storm Has Just Begun”) – Nashville’s brightest stars come together to support Teddy’s music education initiative; Deacon gets a life-changing call as he prepares to take the stage with Rayna, Maddie and Daphne. (ABC)

CSI: Cyber (“URL, Interrupted”) – A high school student promises to retaliate after her classmates make her a victim of intense cyberbullying. (CBS)

Shipping Wars (“Holy Horrible Voice, Batman!”) – Todd and Tamara transport a cape used by actor Val Kilmer in “Batman Forever”; a distracted Jenn struggles to safely move a 1970s recording console. (A&E)

Broadchurch [SEASON FINALE] – Decisions are made, truths are revealed, and lives are forever changed. (BBC America)

Catfish: The TV Show (“Jamey and Ari”) – After falling for a fellow Texan online, a man will do anything to meet his love, but she will only agree to do so on television. (MTV)

Million Dollar Listing New York (“Bids & Brawls”) – Ryan may be in over his head when he seeks to sell his boss’ apartment along with his 400-piece art collection; Fredrik scores the biggest single-unit listing of his career; Luis referees a high-stakes negotiation between a buyer and seller. (Bravo)

Restaurant: Impossible (“Prescription for Failure”) – Robert Irvine is challenged with fixing an old-fashioned lunch counter located inside a family-owned pharmacy. (Food Network)

Little Women: NY (“The Intervention”) – Christy McGinity enlists Dawn and Jazmin’s help to stage an intervention for Lila and confront her about her recent drinking; Jordanna gets some bad news; Kristin visits a fertility doctor. (Lifetime)

The Prancing Elites Project – A dance team based in Mobile, Ala., the Prancing Elites face more obstacles than similar troupes as they work for success. (Oxygen)

Hot in Cleveland (“Cleveland Calendar Girls”) – After taking engagement photos, Joy learns something new about Bob; Melanie dates herself; Victoria wants a new picture on her driver’s license; Elka and Mamie pose nude. (TV Land)

10:30 PM ET

Freak Out (“Rodents Freak Me Out!”) – Salon patrons are terrorized by a colossal rodent; two criminals frighten a man trapped in a car; a worker at a cosmetics factory gets in trouble when acid burns a repairman. (ABC Family)

The Soul Man (“Tell It Like It Isn’t”) – Gooch is unhappy that Boyce is using stories about his life in sermons; Lolli receives a bad Yelp review. (TV Land)

11:00 PM ET

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

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)

Food Fortunes (“Eat Your Greenbacks”) – Entrepreneurs try to persuade the investors to go in on a soup delivery service, a waist-trimming margarita mix, a miniature version of a classic ethnic dish, and cookies made to look like friends. (Food Network)


The Wendy Williams Show (“Hollywood IQ!”) – Sandra Bernhard (guest star, “2 Broke Girls”); Wendy quizzes audience members on their knowledge of celebrity news. (BET)

At Midnight With Chris Hardwick – Randy Sklar; Jason Sklar; Kerri Kenney-Silver. (Comedy Central)


The Daily Show With Jon Stewart is joined by Author Dana Perino. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore features a panel of guests with unique views on pop culture and current events. (11:30 PM, Comedy Central)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon welcomes Actor Russell Crowe; New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R); Kenny Chesney performs. (11:35 PM, NBC)

Late Show With David Letterman has Actor Bruce Willis; comic Jim Gaffigan; Dawes performs. (11:35 PM, CBS)

Jimmy Kimmel Live is joined by Dr. Phil McGraw; professional boxer Manny Pacquiao; Chet Faker performs. (11:35 PM, ABC)

Late Night With Seth Meyers features Actor Ethan Hawke; actress Gina Rodriguez; Jessie Baylin performs; Jeremy Gara performs with The 8G Band. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show With James Corden welcomes Actress Courteney Cox; actor Oscar Isaac; actor Joel McHale; Natalie La Rose performs. (12:35 AM, CBS)

Last Call With Carson Daly has Actor Chris D’Elia; Natalie Prass performs; actress Janet Montgomery. (1:35 AM, NBC)

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