1) “Harry & Meghan: The Royals in Crisis,” 8 p.m., Fox. When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (shown here) exited their royal duties, pop culture hit overdrive. Fox says this hour, produced by TMZ, has Mark Cuban, Lisa Vanderpump, Phil McGraw and “more than a dozen people with real ties” to the royals.
2) “Last Man Standing” and “Outmatched,” 9 and 9:30 p.m., Fox. Wednesdays have been iffy lately for Fox: Two shows (“Flirty Dancing” and “Almost Family”) were exiled to Saturdays to die. Next week, “The Masked Singer” returns and “Lego Masters” debuts. For now, Fox tosses in the royal special and these two reruns, both modestly enjoyable. First, Mike (Tim Allen) is in charge of the gender-reveal party for his daughter’s baby. Then is the OK pilot of a show with parents overrun bu high-IQ kids.
3) “Party of Five” and “Good Trouble,” 9 and 10 p.m., Freeform. Here are two dramas strong on youth appeal. First, the baby is sick, bringing the siblings together … and bringing worries, when a social worker visits. Then a new legal case tests the relationship of Callie and James. Also, Mariana finds her job threateed and Malika, an activist and rebel, sees her opportunity threatened by her legal issues.
4) “Modern Family,” 9 p.m., ABC. Ed Begley Jr. is making the comedy rounds this year. He’s a regular on “Bless This Mess” and has a recurring role on “Young Sheldon.” And in this rerun, he plays Claire’s step-dad, who wants to visit … at the same time that Dylan’s hippie mom had moved in.
5) “SWAT,” 10 p.m., CBS. Here’s something you don’t see very often – a Los Angeles cop show, partly filmed in Tokyo. Four of the SWAT people – Hondo, Deacon, Tan and Hicks – are taking an extradited fugitive back there. When he escapes, they join the manhunt.