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Killer Sally Explores a Murder in the Bodybuilding World, Love Is Blind Reaches Wedding Day

ALSO: Colombian drama The Final Score, Andor, One Chicago night, and more.
  • Photos: Netflix, Lucasfilm/Disney+.
    Photos: Netflix, Lucasfilm/Disney+.

    Netflix quite literally beefs up its true crime library today with Killer Sally, a docuseries about bodybuilding’s most notorious crime. The three-part series includes extensive interviews with Sally McNeil, who fatally shot her abusive husband, national bodybuilding champion Ray McNeil, on Valentine’s Day 1995.

    Elsewhere on Netflix, the first of the Love Is Blind Season 3 couples arrive at the altar, and The Final Score dramatizes the close ties between professional soccer and Colombian drug cartels in the 1980s and 1990s. Plus, Andor continues on Disney+, Dick Wolf’s One Chicago shows dominate NBC, and more. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy on TV this Wednesday:

    Killer Sally: Complete docuseries. In 1995, bodybuilding champ Ray McNeil was choking his wife, Sally, when she fatally shot him twice. With a documented history of domestic violence, Sally claimed self-defense, while the prosecution branded her a “thug” and a “monster,” igniting a media firestorm. Nearly three decades later, Nanette Burstein sits down with Sally McNeil to unpack the case and our culture’s complicated relationship with domestic abuse and gender roles. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix

    Love Is Blind: New episodes. With just days to go before their weddings, the couples go shopping and participate in bachelor and bachelorette parties. Later, wedding day arrives for Raven and SK and Alexa and Brennon, but surprises await at the altar. The remaining three couples reach their wedding day in next week's finale, which will be followed by a reunion special. Streaming on Netflix

    The Final Score (AKA Goles en Contra): Complete limited series. Based on the murder of Andrés Escobar, a soccer player who was killed after the 1994 World Cup for scoring an own goal, this six-episode drama tells the true story of the complex link between professional soccer and the drug cartels in 1980s and 1990s Colombia. The series is produced by Dynamo, the company behind hits like Narcos and Club de Cuervos. Streaming on Netflix

    Andor: New episode. With Cassian (Diego Luna) still missing, the ISB and Vel (Faye Marsay) race to find him first. Meanwhile, Luthen (Stellan Skarsgard) continues to strengthen the rebellion. Watch preview. Streaming on Disney+

    Chicago Med: New episode. Crockett (Dominic Rains) adjusts to his newfound fame when he helps Will (Nick Gehlfuss) treat a local restaurant owner. Followed by new episodes of Chicago Fire and Chicago PD. Watch preview. 8:00 PM ET on NBC

    Survivor: New episode. After a chaotic post-merge tribal council, Noelle mulls going rogue. Watch preview8:00 PM ET on CBS

    Abbott Elementary: New episode. The teachers are appalled after seeing a commercial in support of charter schools criticizing Abbott Elementary. When students begin to transfer schools, Jacob (Chris Perfetti), Ava (Janelle James), and Melissa (Lisa Ann Walter) invite the leader of the charter school organization to Abbott and ask him to take down the ad. Featuring guest star Leslie Odom Jr. 9:00 PM ET on ABC

    American Horror Story: NYC: New episodes. The city’s most dangerous resident reveals his true motives. Later, a chilling event from Patrick’s (Russell Tovey) past returns to haunt him. Watch preview. 10:00 PM ET on FX

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

    TOPICS: Killer Sally, Netflix, The Final Score, Love Is Blind, Star Wars: Andor, One Chicago Franchise, True Crime