What to Watch on Wednesday: ‘My Wild Affair’ features Maine man and rescued seal pup
08/06/2014 6:00 AM
08/06/2014 10:00 AM
My Wild Affair (8pm, UNC-TV) - Get your “awwws!” ready – tonight’s episode (“The Seal Who Came Home”) looks at the 25-year bond between a harbor seal named Andre and Harry Goodridge, the arborist from Maine who rescued it as a pup in 1961. Over the next 25 years, Andre and Harry established a friendship that brought Andre into the world of humans without Andre’s ever having to sacrifice his wildness. The human world gave Andre shelter during the harsh New England winter, but staying wild at heart meant Andre had the know-how to make the 200-mile swim home to Rockport. This interspecies friendship weathered every kind of challenge, including, at the end, Andre’s blindness.
Who Do You Think You Are? (9pm, TLC) - Rachel McAdams and her sister discover they have an English ancestor who came from a privileged background, and learn the reasons for their Canadian roots.
The Divide (9pm, WeTV) - Christine and Maxine pay a visit to Victor in prison and share the good news that Terry has been released, but things turn heated when it’s revealed that Christine has been in contact with her estranged grandma.
Campus Nightmares (10pm, Lifetime Movie Network) - Just in time for sending your babies back to college, I think you should know about this true-crime show that rehashes horrible murders on university campuses (you’re welcome). Tonight’s show looks at murders in 2000 and 2001 at Gallaudet University, a school for the deaf in Washington, D.C.
Extant (10pm, CBS) - John begins to doubt Molly’s mental state when when the validity of her pregnancy is questioned. Meanwhile, Ethan suffers a serious setback, and John and Julie disagree over how to care for him.
The Bridge (10pm, FX) - Marco confronts an old enemy, and Frye gets a proposition from the DEA.
Sex in the Wild (10pm, UNC-TV) - The Season 1 finale focuses on marine mammals. The mating behaviors of dusky dolphins in New Zealand are explored, and also how whales find mates in the vast ocean.
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