What to watch on Wednesday, April 1... 8pm, The CW Arrow An attack on the mayor's office leaves Ray badly wounded, prompting a supportive visit from Felicity's mom in "Public Enemy." As Team Arrow ... more 
What to watch on Wednesday, April 1... 8pm, The CW Arrow An attack on the mayor's office leaves Ray badly wounded, prompting a supportive visit from Felicity's mom in "Public Enemy." As Team Arrow searches for the assailant, Ra's al Ghul compounds their troubles by abducting Quentin. 8pm, ABC The Middle "Operation Infiltration" sends Frankie along on Brick's school field trip, where she tries to boost the lad's anemic social life. Elsewhere, Axl tries to get on Devin's good side by acting chummy with Sue, and Mike worries that his bullying of Rusty when they were kids is what set his brother on the road to schlemiel-hood. 8pm, ABC Family Young & Hungry Gabi fears for her job after learning that Mike's new squeeze is a whiz in the kitchen. Meanwhile in "Young & Cookin'," Yolanda decides to take the building's window washer out on a date. 8:30pm, ABC The Goldbergs "The Adam Bomb" finds Adam and Barry locked in a rapidly escalating April Fools' Day prank war. Meanwhile, Erica announces her plans to postpone college and pursue her musical ambitions, which hits all the wrong notes for Beverly and Murray. MINISERIES CONCLUSION, 9pm, CBS The Dovekeepers The miniseries concludes with, I'll assume, the inhabitants of Masada and the forces of the Roman Empire resolving their differences amicably and living in peace and harmony for the next several centuries. 9pm, The CW Supernatural While Sam and Cas dig up more info on the Mark of Cain in "Inside Man," Dean and Rowena meet up in what may be one of the more awkward Tinder matches on the books. 9pm, NBC Law & Order: SVU A college student appears on TV to declare that she was gang-raped at a frat house in "Devastating Story." Even as her account shines a spotlight on the epidemic of campus rape, Benson and Barba have a tougher time making a solid legal case. 9pm, ABC Modern Family The family gathers to celebrate Jay's birthday in "Grill, Interrupted." Among the gifts: a snazzy outdoor grill from Phil, an offer to make old loans square from Mitchell and Claire, and possibly other presents that rhyme with their bestowers. 9:30pm, ABC Black-ish In "Sex, Lies and Vasectomies, Bow learns that Dre fibbed about getting his wires cut a few years back. Naturally, she decides to test her husband and see if he'll fess up. 10pm, BBC America Broadchurch New information spurs Hardy and Ellie to reconsider matters, while Sharon receives assistance from a surprising source. 10pm, FX The Americans In "Stingers," Philip and Elizabeth execute a cunning plan for the CIA's mujahideen guests, and it may or may not involve compelling them all to sing "Day-O" like in that one scene from Beetlejuice. Although if it does, that moment of levity would surely help alleviate the simmering tensions within the Jennings family. 10pm, TV Land Hot in Cleveland Elka suspects that Bob's present to Joy has a mystically malicious mien in "All Dolled Up." In other questionable conferrals, Melanie pumps her boyfriend full of estrogen. 10pm, NBC Chicago P.D. After a drug theft goes pear-shaped in "Get Back to Even," the ensuing investigation sheds light on Voight's connection with a missing teenager. In other revelations, the true reason for Halstead's brother's visit comes out, while Platt tends to a young girl at District. 10pm, ABC Nashville Deacon rebuffs Rayna's efforts to pull him out of his funk in "I Can't Keep Away From You." In other troubles, Scarlett's fears rear their heads as she, Avery, and Gunnar prepare to open for Rascal Flatts, Sadie lands in a dangerous situation involving her ex-husband, and Will's new writing partnership veers off course. 10pm, Comedy Central Workaholics The boys must babysit despite being in less than lucid frames of mind in "Peyote It Forward." 10:30pm, TV Land The Soul Man Boyce rallies the community after Lolli is unjustly arrested for shoplifting in "Shopping While Black." 10:30pm, Comedy Central Big Time in Hollywood, FL Ben, Jack, and Del are interviewed by the police about the bungled kidnapping in "Intervention." Later, Ben attempts to leave the country in order to escape a drug intervention from Diana and Alan. LATE-NITE: – Ringo Starr, Rob Corddry, and Waters on Conan, 11pm, TBS – Pharrell, Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, and Milky Chance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC – Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), Billy Eichner, and David Sanborn on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS – Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Rihanna, and Death Cab for Cutie on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC – Ludacris, Charlie Cox, and Dead Sara on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35am, NBC – Katie Couric, Jeremy Piven, Emmy Rossum, and Olly Murs on The Late Late Show with James Corden, 12:37am, CBS WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT? less 
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