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Wednesday’s BesT PiCks


8 p.m. OXYGEN Dateline: Secrets Uncovered Robert Durst was the heir to a fortune as well as an accused sociopath suspected of killing his first wife in 1982, a long-time friend in 2000 and a neighbor in 2001. Friends of Durst discuss his arrest in New Orleans and his whereabout­s for 30 years.

A good actor can sell anything, even a bad

8 p.m. I Can See Your Voice (7)

singing voice. Ken Jeong hosts this game show, in which mentors help contestant­s guess between good and bad singers, without ever hearing them sing. Carnie Wilson and Maggie Lawson serve as celebrity detectives.

8:30 p.m. Not Dead Yet It’s an

(10) unlikely place to think about new beginnings, but obituary writer Nell Serrano (Gina Rodriguez) is broke, newly single and needs a break. Luckily, her work has her seeing dead people, who enjoy giving her some unwelcome advice about life.

9 p.m. NOVA It took three decades of

(2) innovation­s and mistakes, but when it came time to build the Eiffel Tower for the 1889 World’s Fair, it was completed in just two years. This documentar­y takes a look at the landmark, which ushered in a new age of constructi­on.

9 p.m. Family Law No good

(39) deed goes unpunished. Abby (Jewel Staite) learns this lesson the hard way as she attempts to reverse a disaster of her own creation by advising tired parents to surrender their autistic child to the government only to be charged with neglect. 9:30 p.m. LIFE Prison Brides Getting married in prison is Olympic-level foreshadow­ing, but you can’t tell that to Lithuanian bride-to-be Gabby, who is taking criticism from her sister regarding her upcoming nuptials. Then, Erin and Michael start building a life together in Ohio.

10 p.m. FX Feud: Capote vs. The Swans Once a confidant to New York’s most elite socialites, writer Truman Capote (Tom Hollander) faces a spiral of self-destructio­n, with this episode finding Capote struggling to get sober. Meanwhile, Babe (Naomi Watts) makes peace with a harsh reality.

10 p.m. SYFY USA Resident Alien To make an omelet, you have to break a few eggs. And in this season premiere, Harry (Alan Tudyk), an alien from outer space who crashes on Earth and assumes a human identity, tries to get informatio­n on the gray Aliens, risking Asta’s (Sara Tomko) life.

10 p.m. FBI True Going behindthe-scenes

(4) with agents involved in a tragically fatal event, this episode welcomes FBI agents who investigat­ed the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala., which claimed the lives of four young Black girls.

Chicago P.D. In this

(6) episode, Upton (Tracy Spiridakos)

10 p.m.

clashes with the crisis prevention team’s mental health clinician as her personal struggles continue to interfere with the job. When things get heated, Voight (Jason Beghe) stands up for the troubled detective.

 ?? ?? Hannah Simone stars in “Not Dead Yet”
Hannah Simone stars in “Not Dead Yet”
 ?? ?? LaRoyce Hawkins in “Chicago P.D.”
LaRoyce Hawkins in “Chicago P.D.”

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