What to Watch on Wednesday: Into Season 3, ‘Suburgatory’ still impresses

02/05/2014 6:00 AM

02/04/2014 6:07 PM

Suburgatory (8:30pm, ABC) - I didn’t realize how much I missed “Suburgatory” until it returned a couple weeks ago to start its third season on ABC. Equal parts sweet, silly and dark, it’s one of the most unusual sitcoms I’ve ever watched – and it just might be the best sitcom currently on TV. Tonight, Tess and Dahlia negotiate George’s and Dallas’ territories in Chatswin. Also, Tessa notices Lisa spending time with Ryan’s new girlfriend, and Fred thinks Sheila is distancing herself.

American Idol (8pm, Fox) - Auditions are over and we’re all going to Hollywood. Upon their arrival, the contestants must immediately perform for the judges, and those who don’t make the cut are sent straight back home.

How to Raise an Olympian (8pm, NBC) - Meredith Vieira hosts a program of interviews with relatives of Olympic athletes Nick Goepper, Meryl Davis, Charlie White, Mikaela Shiffrin, J.R. Celski, Amy Purdy and Lindsey Vonn.

The Tomorrow People (9pm, CW) - Stephen must make a dangerous deal to protect Astrid, and Cara issues a harsh punishment after clashing with John.

Top Chef (10pm, Bravo) - The two remaining contestants open pop-up restaurants for the final challenge, and a winner is named.

Super Skyscrapers (10pm, UNC-TV) - Tonight’s episode features One World Trade Center in New York, which reaches 1,776 and is engineered to be the safest and strongest skyscraper ever built.

CSI (10pm, CBS) - When a woman is found dead in Mexico and a murdered couple is discovered in a driveway, evidence from one investigation could help the other.

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