What to Watch: Wednesday, October 20
The models have to put together a fashion-forward look for their partner in a jiffy on America's Next Top Model, and Mitchell and Cameron struggle to find the perfect preschool for their daugher on Modern Family.
Wednesday, October 20
8:00 pm America’s Next Top Model, The CW (1 hr) NEW
For the first challenge, the ladies have to put together a look for their partner...in ten minutes. Later, after a visit to the Grammy Museum, the girls discover that one of them will be a Grammy Girl for 2011. Will it be out contestant Kayla? Catch a sneak of the first challenge:
8:00 pm Undercovers, NBC (1 hr) NEW
Samantha misses an important event of Lizzy’s. Also, Steven and Samantha get a mission to bring a North Korean physicist to the U.S., but hit a snag when he refuses to leave without his daughter.
9:00 pm Modern Family, ABC (30 mins) NEW
Mitchell and Cameron search for the right preschool for Lily, and Manny and Jay are concerned about Gloria’s newest obsession. Meanwhile, the Dunphys try to survive without their cell phones. Catch a sneak peek of Cameron and Mitchell's antics this week:
9:00 pm Law & Order: SVU, NBC (1 hr) NEW
Two men are found beaten and left for dead with strange brands on their chests. After the detectives find a suspect, memories emerge and change the pace of the investigation. Features out criminal psychiatrist, Dr. Huang.
10:00 pm Top Chef: Just Desserts, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
The remaining cheftestants, including out chefs Yigit and Zac, try to make the deadline for a L.A. Times party, were they have to create black and white treats.
10:00 pm The Whole Truth, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Jimmy’s client is someone from his childhood, and Katherine’s case all hangs on a photographic memory of a special-needs 12-year old. Features out attorney Alejo.
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