Aug 24, 2019
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Photo courtesy of CBS / Academy Award-winning actress Patricia Arquette (right) stars in “CSI: Cyber” as Avery Ryan, a cyber psychologist assigned to the FBI’s Cyber Crime division. Her second in command, is James Van Der Beek (left) as Elijah Mundo, a senior field agent.

What to Watch Wednesday

Photo courtesy of CBS /  Academy Award-winning actress Patricia Arquette (right) stars in “CSI: Cyber” as Avery Ryan, a cyber psychologist assigned to the FBI’s Cyber Crime division. Her second in command, is James Van Der Beek (left) as Elijah Mundo, a senior field agent.

Photo courtesy of CBS /
Academy Award-winning actress Patricia Arquette (right) stars in “CSI: Cyber” as Avery Ryan, a cyber psychologist assigned to the FBI’s Cyber Crime division. Her second in command, is James Van Der Beek (left) as Elijah Mundo, a senior field agent.

“The Voice”

8 p.m.

(NBC)

Season 8 returned with original judge Christina Aguilera back in one of the red chairs after a two season absence.

The blind auditions will conclude on Monday, but tonight’s episode is a two-hour special featuring the best moments from the auditions thus far. It’s a worthy two hours, especially if you missed an audition or overlooked a particular singer from the blind auditions.

“CSI: Cyber”

10 p.m.

(CBS)

The fourth series in the “CSI” franchise stars familiar faces viewers will welcome to the small screen in this procedural spin-off. Recent Oscar winner Patricia Arquette, James Van Der Beek, Bow Wow, Simon Stiffer and Luke Perry head an all-star cast as the cyber crime division of the FBI.

Fans of the series will enjoy this next installment and newcomers to the show will figure out why the network’s juggernaut franchise is so popular.

“Suits”

10 p.m.

(USA)

The legal drama’s finale wraps up the drawn-out battle against the head of the SEC Eric Woodall and shady investor Charles Forstman with Harvey helping former foe SEC investigator Sean Cahill fight them.

Meanwhile, the show’s prominent legal duo Rachel and Mike come to figure out each other’s relationship with Harvey. To cap it off, Donna aids Louis in yet another crisis he finds himself in.

“Workaholics”

10 p.m.

(Comedy Central)

In its fifth season, the slacker comedy continue to break out the funny with its three stars and co-creators Adam DeVine, Blake Anderson and Anders Holm. DeVine in particular has seen recent mainstream success from his supporting part in the “Pitch Perfect” franchise.

Tonight’s episode centers on the guys’ competitiveness with each other when a blood drive at the office offers a chance to see their idol, Dolph Lundgren.

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