What to Watch Wednesday 12/5: Shay Steps Up on 'Chicago Fire'
Tonight catch brand new episodes of Suburgatory, Chicago Fire, Top Chef, American Horror Story: Asylum and Happily Divorced.
What to Watch: Wednesday, 12/5
9:30pm: Suburgatory, ABC (30 mins) NEW
George sends Tessa to New York to spend Christmas with her mom, thinking he is giving her the best present ever, but Tessa finds herself missing her dad and her little suburb. Meanwhile, Ryan learns he was adopted and Carly asks for Carmen for Christmas.
10:00pm: Chicago Fire, NBC (1 hr) NEW
Dawson and Shay save a young girl whose mother was abusing her, but the mother resorts to dire actions for revenge. Meanwhile, Shay sends Clarice back home to her husband, Mills questions his future as a firefighter and Severide aggravates his injury while saving a victim. Check out a sneak peek below.
10:00pm: Top Chef, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
The chefs visit Pike Place Market and are challenged to highlight some of the most unique and rare ingredients found at the market in their elimination challenge dish. Teams will have to work hard to impress as they will be cooking for the artisans.
10:00pm: American Horror Story: Asylum, FX (1 hr) NEW
A person dressed as Santa Clause stirs up trouble at Briarcliff. Meanwhile, Arden has a surprising encounter and finds himself unsure of how to react. Watch a preview below.
10:30pm: Happily Divorced, TV Land (30 mins)NEW
Fran decides to throw a dinner party for Elliot's parents, but the night quickly goes awry when Elliot's mother realizes her ring is missing. And it may just be the host who is responsible for the disappearance. Check out a sneak peek below.
This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen, The Talk (CBS) and The Chew (ABC). Days of Our Lives on NBC (check local listings for time) features gay character Will as a series regular; keep an eye out for developments between Will and Sonny.
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