What to Watch Wednesday: 'Mr. Robot' logs back on for season 2
Plus: John Cena hosts the 2016 ESPY Awards
Your daily guide to the most interesting stuff happening on TV and streaming. All times Eastern.
PICK OF THE NIGHT
USA, 10 p.m.
Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail is worried about spoilers and so are we. So, we’ll just share the network’s vague Mad Men promo-esque logline for the 90 minute season two premiere (adjust your DVRs accordingly): “back. one month later and omfg, five/nine changed the world. elliot in seclusion. Angela happy at evil corp. fsociety delivers malicious payload. TANGO DOWN? tbc.” Check out EW TV Critic Jeff Jensen’s pre-air review of the new season.
USA, 9 p.m.
Even though Mike Ross is in prison, the show won’t be changing its name to Jumpsuit. While Mike gets acquainted with his new digs, Harvey, Jessica, and Louis — the show’s remaining suits — fight to save the firm, which is a typical Wednesday for them at this point. Read our season 5 finale recap to prepare for the premiere.
Sundance TV, 10 p.m.
This six-episode series follows a multigenerational family as it adjusts to its youngest son being diagnosed with autism. You can expect the family’s struggle to accept the diagnosis to generate a lot of angst. Check out an exclusive clip featuring former Doctor Who actor Christopher Eccleston from the premiere here.
WE LIKE SPORTZ:
2016 ESPY Awards
ABC, 8 p.m.