What To Watch: Wednesday

by | September 1, 2010 at 3:37 AM | Tuned In: What To Watch Today

TOP PICK:Big Brother‘ (8pm ET on CBS)

And then there were 5: Enzo, Brittany, Hayden, Lane and Ragan. After winning the Head of Household competition on Sunday night’s show, Lane put Ragan and Enzo on the block. Will either of the Houseguests on the block win the golden Power of Veto and save themselves? The action is really heating up as the race for the Final 4 is on.

KEY EPISODE:America’s Got Talent‘ (9pm ET on NBC)

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The votes are in and five acts from the previous night move on to round out the Top Ten. Those acts will continue their pursuit of the $1 million prize and will be one step closer to becoming the most talented act in America. Sharon Osbourne, Howie Mandel and Piers Morgan star as the celebrity panel of judges. Nick Cannon hosts.

WATCH:Plain Jane‘ (9pm ET on The CW) **Season Finale**

This week’s Jane reaches out to Louise after losing a life-changing 100 pounds. She began crushing on her co-worker a year ago, but has never hinted that she’d like to spend time with him outside of work. With Louise’s help, our Jane learns to embrace her body type and put her sexiest foot forward. Will her crush be intrigued, or will he want things to remain business as usual?

DVR:Changing Lanes‘ (8pm on BET) **Series Premiere**

Start your engines as BET Networks, in partnership with the NASCAR, gears up for the premiere of its new docu-reality competition series. Narrated by award-winning rapper and actor Ludacris, the series chronicles the search for the next generation of minority and female racecar drivers in America’s most-watched form of motorsports.

DVR:MasterChef‘ (8pm ET on Fox)

For this week’s team challenge, the contestants travel outside the MasterChef kitchen to cater a high-end wedding. However, when the main course goes missing, the judges are less than pleased. The losers return to face the pressure test, where another home cook will be eliminated.

Talk Show Listings:

  • Late Show With David Letterman: Donald Trump
  • The Tonight Show With Jay Leno: Thomas Haden Church
  • Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson: Jerry Springer