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What to Watch on Wednesday: TNT debuts spy drama ‘Legends’

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(L-R): Morris Chestnut, Sean Bean and Ali Larter in TNT’s “Legends.”

Legends (9pm, TNT) - In the pilot of this new TNT drama, deep undercover agent Martin Odum ( Sean Bean, “Game of Thrones”) tries to reconnect with his estranged family following an assignment, but he must return to work when a terror group announces an imminent attack. Based on spy novelist Robert Littell’s book.

Who Do You Think You Are? (9pm, TLC) - Tonight, Valerie Bertinelli discovers that she is descended from royalty that goes back several centuries.

Wahlburgers (10pm, A&E) - It’s the Season 2 premiere of the Wahlburg-centric reality show following the happenings at the family’s hamburger restaurant chain. Tonight, NFL tight end Rob Gronkowski gets a cooking lesson from Paul. Worth watching for: Mama Wahlberg not taking son Donnie’s calls because she’s playing on her new smartphone. “C’mon ma, pick up!”

Franklin & Bash (10pm, TNT) - Can I get through this listing without saying how much I hate this show? I guess not. I kinda hate this show. But it will probably out-live us all. In tonight’s Season 4 premiere, the guys help an archaeologist, but soon question his sanity. Also, a new partner and a young female attorney join the firm. Sigh. Here we go.

Motive (10pm, ABC) - An investigation into the death of a successful real-estate agent grows complicated when the primary suspect’s family get involved.

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