What to Watch Wednesday: Mary Tyler Moore Reunion in Cleveland, Futurama's Finish and More

Sep 4 2013, 6:28am CDT | by TV Line

What to Watch Wednesday: Mary Tyler Moore Reunion in Cleveland, Futurama's Finish and More
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On TV this Wednesday: It’s Moore the merrier on the Hot in Cleveland season finale, Luther has a hot date, It’s Always Sunny and The League get going again and Futurama lives galactically ever after. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

8 pm Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles (Cartoon Network) | It’s up to Yoda, Obi-Wan and Anakin to stop the Dark Side before the galaxy is inundated with clones of Jek 14 (who is, of course, himself a clone).

8 pm Melissa & Joey (ABC Family) | Midseason finale: In the conclusion of a two-parter, Mel poses as Joe’s wife when she meets his mother (played by guest star Faith Prince, Spin City), sister (Marissa Jaret Winokur, Retired at 35) and grandmother (Doris Roberts, Everybody Loves Raymond). By the end, thanks to grandma’s meddling, Mel and Joe are very confused about their relationship…

8:30 pm Baby Daddy (ABC Family) | Midseason finale: Emma’s mother’s reappearance could cause trouble for Ben. Lacey Chabert (Party of Five) returns as Dr. Amy Shaw.

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9 pm Luther (BBC America) | Special time: Luther’s date with Mary is interrupted by another murder.

9 pm Royal Pains (USA Network) | Jeremiah comes to a disturbing realization when Shelby asks about Hank’s use of pain meds; political mudslinging calls Evan and Paige’s relationship into question.

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10 pm Surviving Evil (Investigation Discovery) | A serial killer abducts a suicidal teen at gunpoint.

10 pm Hot in Cleveland (TV Land) | Back-to-back episodes: The comedy hosts a Mary Tyler Moore reunion when Elka and Mamie get members of their bowling team — played by Moore and former co-stars Cloris Leachman and Valerie Harper — together at a restaurant. (Hollywood vet George Hamilton and Modern Family‘s Jesse Tyler Ferguson also guest-star.) Then, in the season finale at 10:30, Victoria’s wedding to the incarcerated Emmet is nigh, and Elka helps Joy reunite with her child’s father (played by The Late Late Show host Craig Ferguson), whom she hasn’t seen in 32 years. (Yep, renewed.)

10 pm Futurama (Comedy Central) | Series finale: Fry asks Leela to marry him, and they face their destiny together as the professor’s latest invention alters the fabric of time.

10 pm It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FXX) | Season 9 premiere, new network: When the guys finally break Dee, her new sense of self-loathing has an unexpected effect on her stand-up career. (Find FXX on your TV.)

10:30 pm The League (FXX) | Season 5 premiere, new network: The gang travels to Los Angeles for Andre and Trixie’s destination wedding. (Find FXX on your TV.)

Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!


Source: TV Line

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