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Celebrity Big Brother Reaches Its Finale, Snowfall Returns to FX

ALSO: A Million Little Things, teen dramedy Three Months, HBO's Frederick Douglass, and more.
  • Photos: FX, CBS.
    Photos: FX, CBS.

    Three weeks, eleven stars, and hundreds of hours of live feeds later, Celebrity Big Brother Season 3 comes to an end tonight as one celebrity houseguest goes home with $250,000 and eternal bragging rights. Also today: the cocaine epidemic becomes front-page news in Snowfall Season 5, A Million Little Things returns from winter hiatus, Troye Sivan headlines Paramount+’s coming-of-age dramedy Three Months, and more. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy on TV this Wednesday:

    Celebrity Big Brother: Season finale. The remaining houseguests vie for position ahead of the final eviction, which will be decided by a jury of previously eliminated celebs. 8:00 PM ET on CBS

    Snowfall: Season 5 premiere. In the summer of 1986, Franklin Saint (Damson Idris) is on the verge of having everything he’s ever wanted, but when the sudden death of basketball star Len Bias makes the crack cocaine epidemic major news, law enforcement sets out on the warpath. Two episodes air back-to-back. Watch trailer. 10:00 PM ET on FX

    A Million Little Things: Season 4 winter premiere. Gary (James Roday Rodriguez) learns some new things about Maggie (Allison Miller) on their road trip to Albany. Elsewhere, Eddie (David Giuntoli) helps Rome (Romany Malco) in a time of need, Regina (Christina Moses) sets boundaries with her father, and Katherine (Grace Park) reunites with someone from her past. Watch preview. 10:00 PM ET on ABC

    Three Months: Original film. On the eve of his high school graduation, a South Florida teen (Troye Sivan) learns he’s been exposed to HIV. As he waits three months for his results, he finds love in the most unlikely of places. Sivan wrote two original songs for the teen dramedy, which also stars Ellen Burstyn, Judy Greer, Louis Gossett, Jr., and Amy Landecker. Watch trailer. Streaming on Paramount+

    Frederick Douglass: In Five Speeches: Original documentary. Denzel Washington, Jeffrey Wright, Colman Domingo, Jonathan Majors, and Nicole Beharie bring the speeches of anti-slavery activist Frederick Douglass to life in this feature documentary. Watch trailer. 9:00 PM ET on HBO

    Pam & Tommy: New episode. A deposition pushes Pam (Lily James) to the emotional brink as she recalls her time at the Playboy Mansion. Watch preview. Streaming on Hulu

    Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy: Act 2: Purpose. Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah’s cameras follow Kanye West as he prepares to release his 2004 debut album, “The College Dropout,” and deals with the sudden superstardom that followed. Streaming on Netflix

    The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder: Series premiere. Disney+ brings the newly 14-year-old Penny Proud (Kyla Pratt) and her family into the modern era in this animated continuation series. In addition to Pratt, a host of original cast members reprise their voice roles, including Tommy Davidson, Paula Jai Parker, Cedric the Entertainer, JoMarie Payton, and Soleil Moon Frye. Two episodes drop today. Watch trailer. Streaming on Disney+

    Chicago Med: New episode. As Dylan (Guy Lockard) and Archer (Steven Weber) diagnose a pregnant woman with a serious infection, Maggie (Marlyne Barrett) receives shocking news, and Will (Nick Gehlfuss) and Charles (Oliver Platt) question an elderly patient’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Followed by new episodes of Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. Watch preview. 8:00 PM ET on NBC

    Good Sam: New episode. Secrets revealed at a major fundraising gala for the hospital threaten to end a tenuous truce between Dr. Sam Griffith (Sophia Bush) and her father, Griff (Jason Isaacs). 10:00 PM ET on CBS

    Claire Spellberg Lustig is the Senior Editor at Primetimer and a scholar of The View. Follow her on Twitter at @c_spellberg.

    TOPICS: Celebrity Big Brother, CBS, Frederick Douglass: In Five Speeches, A Million Little Things, Snowfall