What to watch Wednesday: ‘Savage Rhythm’ on Netflix

Married at first sight (Lifetime to 8 years) Spouses deepen their feelings in their newly created marriages.

Deadline: Secrets Uncovered (Oxygen at age 8) Madison Holten’s parents hold a family reunion to confront their rebellious teenager, but in the end, two of them are dead.

Chicago Mediterranean (NBC at 8) Goodwin assigns new Med compliance officer to covid long-haul; Maggie helps Halstead with a patient who’s been in an iron lung for decades; Hammer discovers hard truths about his mother.

Catfish: The TV Show (MTV at age 8) Hayley met Britani on Instagram and immediately fell in love, but when she starts planning a dangerous trip to meet her, Hayley’s sister steps in and calls Nev and Kamie for answers.

Dr Pimple Popper (TLC at age 8) Dennis has giant growths on his head; Juan has a rare condition that he hopes Dr. Lee understands; Natalie wants answers on why her body is covered in dark bumps.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (CW at 8) AI Gideon talks to Gideon about Gary; the captions find out that Gwyn broke the treaty; Sara is keeping a big secret from Ava, fearing her reaction.

Fantastic race (CBS at 8) One team is crowned the winner.

South Park (Comedy Central at age 8) Butter must crush the competition in the all-important dressage championship.

I can see your voice (Fox at 8) Guest panelists are Yvette Nicole Brown and Curtis Stone; the chosen candidate plays with Wanya Morris.

The good years (ABC at 8:30 a.m.) Dean, Cory, and Keisa are excited to be taught by Mr. Brady, the school’s first black teacher, after their teacher is on leave; Mr. Brady encourages the students to try out for the Knowledge Bowl team, where Dean has some challenges.

batman (CW at 9) Batwoman and a panicked Bat Team have a limited time to save Gotham from Marquis’s evil plan; a final confrontation between siblings puts Ryan’s life and new love in danger.

chicago fire (NBC at 9 a.m.) Chief Hawkins goes out of his way to help Brett and Violet solve a problem; Kidd is looking for an open lieutenant position

Foreign resident (Syfy at age 9) Harry and Asta go to New York in search of one of his own, but things go horribly wrong.

The Real Housewives of Orange County (Bravo at 9) Emily prepares for Annabelle’s baptism despite difficulties with her father; Heather helps Gina with her closet; Noella gets the divorce proceedings closed.

The Conners (ABC at age 9) The family is locked up at home after a shooting in the neighborhood.

Domestical economy (ABC at 9:30 a.m.) Tom and Connor face off to prove who would be the best sperm donor for Denise; Sarah wants to prove to Alison that she can lead the Springtime Musical by hosting a fundraiser at Connor’s house.

Snowfall (FX to 10) Teddy returns and causes tension, forcing Jerome and Louie to negotiate with Skully.

Good Sam (CBS at 10) Sam faces the consequences of his actions at the hospital’s fundraising gala; Griff returns to the operating room for the first time since his shooting; Malcolm’s estranged mother comes to town.

Chicago PD (NBC at 10) The team searches for a brutal killer with a signature modus operandi; Burgess and Ruzek double up to retain custody of Makayla.

Astrid and Lilly save the world (Syfy at age 10) Principal Varshidi is possessed by a demonic ego; Astrid and Lilly must perform the exorcism.

A million little things (ABC at 10) Cam plans an elaborate surprise party for Maggie’s 30th birthday; Tyrell returns home and quickly realizes that things aren’t quite the same as when he left.

wild rhythm (Netflix) Two dancers from opposite worlds in Colombia practice on and off the dance floor.

Pridelands: Wilderness Reborn (Smithsonian at age 8) A family restores an old hunting ranch in South Africa.

Against the ice (Netflix) Two men fight to survive while exploring Greenland.

Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure (Netflix) A crew of pirates and bandits decipher clues and battle unpredictable waters in search of gold lost at sea.

Yard camera (A&E at 9) Season 4 continues.

neighborhood wars (A&E at 10) Season 2.

Daily Show/Noah (Comedy Central at 11) Stacey Abrams.

Tonight Show/Fallon (NBC at 11:34 a.m.) Zoë Kravitz, Al Franken, Sebastián Yatra.

Jimmy Kimmel live (ABC at 11:35 a.m.) Nick Kroll, Caitriona Balfe, Turnstile.

Late Show / Corden (CBS at 12:37) Colin Farrell, Patrick Stewart, Nick Cave.

Late Night/Meyers (NBC at 12:37 p.m.) Courteney Cox, Connor Ratliff, Benson Boone, Carter McLean.

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