What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘Survivor’, ‘American Horror Story’ on Wednesday

Love is in the air on an all-new Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Wednesday 09/28/2016:

8:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X (“Love Goggles”) – One castaway falls for another’s beauty; heat exhaustion strikes a castaway. (CBS)

The Goldbergs (“I Heart Video Dating”) – Erica and Lainey use technology to find a woman for Bill, while Beverly intends to find someone the old-fashioned way; Barry decides he wants to be a gym teacher and begins an apprenticeship with coach Mellor. (ABC)

Blindspot (“Hero Fears Imminent Rot”) – A series of New York City bombings has Weller and the team racing against the clock; Jane must go on an assassination mission. (NBC)

Lethal Weapon (“Surf N’ Turf”) – A noise complaint at a heavyweight boxer’s home leads Riggs and Murtaugh to a case involving illegal gunrunners; Trish worries about the impact Riggs may have on Murtaugh’s health. (FOX)

8:30 PM ET

Speechless (“N-E–NEW A-I–AIDE”) – Maya’s fear about allowing Kenneth to be J.J.’s full-time aide is confirmed when J.J. misses a physical therapy appointment; Jimmy shows Dylan how to be unneighborly. (ABC)

9:00 PM ET

Modern Family (“A Stereotypical Day”) – Jay wants to make a good impression on a family moving in across the street; Manny tries to attract a radical thinker; the Pritchett family uses Alex’s bout of mono to their advantage; Cam and Mitchell try to teach a message of acceptance. (ABC)

Criminal Minds [SEASON PREMIERE] (“The Crimson King”) – New recruit Luke Alvez helps the team capture a killer who escaped from prison with 12 other convicts. (CBS)

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (“Making a Rapist”) – One day after a convicted rapist is exonerated by DNA evidence, a shocking new crime forces Fin and the team to search for the whereabouts of the man again. (NBC)

Empire (“Sin That Amends”) – Jamal partners with Angelo Dubois to host a summit for gun violence awareness; Lucious tries to win over Cookie; Hakeem and Shine start to record new songs together; Andre gets into trouble with the police. (FOX)

Whose Line Is It Anyway? (“Cheryl Hines”) – Guest comics Cheryl Hines, Brad Sherwood and Jeff Davis. (The CW)

Car Matchmaker (“Off-Roading Playboy Model”) – Spike takes a Jaguar F-Type Project 7 to meet model Alyssa Arce, whose current means of transportation is calling for an Uber driver. (Esquire)

9:30 PM ET

Blackish (“God”) – When Zoey questions her belief in God, Dre has a crisis of faith and looks to family and co-workers for input; Bow’s brother comes to stay with the Johnsons and aggravates Dre. (ABC)

10:00 PM ET

American Horror Story: Roanoke (“Chapter 3”) – An all-new episode of the horror series. (FX)

Star Wars Rebels (“Steps Into Shadow: Part 2”) – The adventure continues. (Disney XD)

Catfish: The TV Show (“Catfish: The Untold Stories Part 8”) – True catfish tales told by the people who experienced them. (MTV)

Designated Survivor (“The First Day”) – Amid chaos and confusion, President Kirkman steps into his role as commander in chief and struggles to hold the country together. (ABC)

Code Black [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Second Year”) – Col. Ethan Willis joins the team, bringing new techniques and technologies learned in the field of combat to the hospital; Willis and Mike take a helicopter to Malibu to help shark bite victims; Jesse welcomes new residents. (CBS)

Chicago P.D. (“Made a Wrong Turn”) – Voight and the team search for answers after discovering a man badly beaten and learning that his fiancee is missing; Lindsay asks Halsted a surprising question; Platt is berated by Fogel for going over his head. (NBC)

South Park – An all-new episode of the animated series. (Comedy Central)

You’re the Worst (“Twenty-Two”) – Edgar dedicates the day to trying find relief for his PTSD. (FXX)

Documentary Now! (“Parker Gail’s Location Is Everything”) – Monologist Parker Gail and director Harrison Renzi team up to present Gail’s theater piece, “Location Is Everything.” (IFC)

Gomorrah – Genny faces civil war inside his own clan; Imma gets to the bottom of Giuliano’s murder. (Sundance)

Younger (“The Marshmallow Experiment”) – Liza’s identity is threatened by Thad’s laptop and Kelsey learning the truth; a Silicon Valley billionaire invests in Empirical. (TV Land)

10:30 PM ET

Impastor (“Guardian Angel”) – The church must convince an eccentric elderly woman to donate her estate; Dora goes on a date with Detective Lovello; Schmidt makes a troubling confession. (TV Land)

Full Frontal With Samantha Bee (“Presidential Debate Special”) – Special episode recapping the first presidential debate of 2016. (TBS)

11:00 PM ET

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)

11:30 PM ET

At Midnight With Chris Hardwick – Bruce Campbell; Nick Swardson; Ken Marino. (Comedy Central)


The Daily Show With Trevor Noah is joined by a special guest. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

Conan welcomes Comic Phoebe Robinson. (11:00 PM, TBS)

Watch What Happens: Live features Actors Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo (“Queen of Katwe”). (11:00 PM, Bravo)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has Actress Kate McKinnon; Sting performs. (11:35 PM, NBC)

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert is joined by Actress Lupita Nyong’o; John Prine performs. (11:35 PM, CBS)

Jimmy Kimmel Live features Actress Sarah Jessica Parker; actor Daveed Diggs; Dan & Shay perform. (11:35 PM, ABC)

Late Night With Seth Meyers welcomes Actress January Jones; actor Mike Colter; Chris Lane performs; Danny Carey sits in with the 8G Band. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show With James Corden has Actress Anjelica Houston; actor Wilmer Valderrama; Shawn Mendes performs. (12:35 AM, CBS)

Last Call With Carson Daly is joined by Actor Mike Colter; Elliphant performs; actress Sasha Lane. (1:35 AM, NBC)

What's On TV Tonight? - 'Survivor', 'American Horror Story' on Wednesday

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