What to Watch: Wednesday, November 10

The models tackle a go-see challenge in the fashion capital of the world on America's Next Top Model, and the Circus troupe has some temperamental weather issues.

Wednesday, November 10

8:00 pm America’s Next Top Model, The CW (1 hr) NEW
The contestants Italian getaway continues—but it’s no vacation! First, the models, including out contestant Kayla, go to several go-sees in Milan. For the elimination challenge, are the ladies statuesque enough to handle a challenge on Lake Como?

9:00 pm Hellcats, The CW (1 hr) NEW
Savannah is angry with Marti after discovering a secret last week. Later, Marti puts all of her efforts into her work to avoid feelings for Dan and Lewis. Features out cheerleader Patti.

9:00 pm Law & Order: SVU, NBC (1 hr) NEW
After an FBI agent is raped while undercover, she quickly resumes working in order to maintain her alias. Features out forensic psychiatrist Dr. Huang.

Will the openly gay member of the LeSalles brothers' juggling duo be able to handle NYC's frigid temperatures?

9:30 pm (times vary; check local listings) Circus, PBS (2 hrs) NEW
The troupe is in Virginia for the first stop of its nationwide tour, but when things don’t go according to plan, will the show be in jeopardy? Later, the troupe heads to the big apple, but inclement weather causes some unforeseen problems. Features out professional juggler, Jake LaSalle.

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