What to watch on Wednesday, August 13...
8:30pm, ABC Family
In “Bag Ladies,” a chic designer (RuPaul) hires Holly and Charlie to retrieve a pilfered purse, which he plans to unveil at his next show. They’ll have to go undercover to save the day, possibly also disguised as purses.
SEASON 6 FINALE, 9pm, A&E
Jase organizes Willie’s birthday bash in the one-hour “Lake Boss.” Meanwhile, Phil and the grandkids try to track down a wascally waccoon that has invaded the lake house.
SERIES PREMIERE, 9pm, TNT
Sean Bean stars as a deep cover FBI agent trying to reacclimate to his real life after his latest assignment. As the series commences, an imminent threat draws him back into the world of terrorist-thwarting.
Cahill’s depositions are underway in “Gone,” laying bare all sorts of the Pearson Specter gang’s secrets. I confess, I’m not sure why “Which is your favorite My Little Pony?” is one of the questions, but no one will be surprised to learn that Harvey is a Rainbow Dash man.
SERIES FINALE, 10pm & 10:30pm, FXX
Unforgiving hurdles test Ryan’s faith in “Resistance,” and Wilfred’s true nature is finally revealed as “Happiness” wraps up the series. Is he a mystical spirit animal? A hallucination? A genetic experiment that escaped from the Dharma Initiative? Place your bets now.
SEASON 4 PREMIERE, 10pm, TNT
Franklin & Bash
Franklin & Bash… in charge?! [Record scratch sound effect.] It’s true—the boys take the reins at the firm after Infeld’s arrest in “The Curse of Hor-Aha.” While working to clear their boss’s name, they also represent a potentially unbalanced archaeologist who may or may not have just robbed the Gotham City History Museum in full pharaonic garb.
SEASON 2 PREMIERE, 10pm, A&E
New England Patriot Rob Gronkowski stops by in “Here’s the Drill,” offering Paul some fantasy football tips and receiving a cooking lesson in return.
Flynn and Vega investigate the murder of a real estate agent in “A Bullet for Joey,” but the family of their main suspect throws sand in the investigation’s gears. In other complications, Angie informs the prosecutor that she won’t testify in Cross’s trial, but she may not be out of the woods on that front just yet.
Top-secret footage sheds light on why ISEA tapped Molly for her mission, and I’ll just go out on a limb and assume that said footage doesn’t include any of her scenes as Storm in the X-Men movies. Meanwhile in “Nightmares,” Ethan unexpectedly has his first dream, and Julie encounters a mysterious gentleman at the gym.
Cat and Leo stumble upon a near-death man suffering the effects of a weaponized toxin in “Deadline Brooklyn.” Could the city be facing an attack by terrorists? Or zombies? Or terrorist zombies?
Waylaid by setbacks in her case, Eva seizes the initiative—and puts Marco and Sonya in the line of fire. Elsewhere in “Harvest of Souls,” Jack Dobbs unearths his past and Frye makes a career move that, presumably, will be more dramatically interesting than updating his LinkedIn profile with a skill recommendation in PowerPoint.
Johnny talks shop with a drug cartel kingpin in “Gratis,” but his bright idea of moving product via hot air balloon, though romantic, may not be entirely economical. Meanwhile, Mike must sweep a grisly deed under the rug as part of his undercover detail with a sex-trafficking ring.
SEASON 1 FINALE, 10:30pm, TV Land
Jennifer suspects everything might not be quite on the up-and-up when Adam invites her and Gretchen to move in with him in “Jennifer’s Song.” For one thing, his house looks suspiciously like a giant sea monster’s open mouth with a crudely painted sign reading “Adamz Hoam” hanging from one nostril. I’m just saying, that’s gonna raise some red flags.
– Martin Lawrence, Kumail Nanjiani & Jonah Ray, and Ty Segall on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Aubrey Plaza on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Taylor Swift, Andrew Rannells, and Ryan Adams on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC
– Mickey Rourke, Matthew Weiner, Roger Bennett & Michael Davies on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35pm, NBC
WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?