What to Watch on Wednesday: Will Smith explores the world's extremities in Welcome to Earth

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Welcome to Earth

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Disney+

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Disney+'s six-part series follows Will Smith as he explores some of the most rugged and remote corners of the planet. Guided by experts, the actor traverses volcanoes, dives deep under the sea, and makes discoveries in between. A travel show for adrenaline junkies, this National Geographic adventure will transport you to parts of the world you may never have known existed. To quote one of Smith's guides — we almost guarantee you'll survive. —Ashley Boucher

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Christmas Around the World (special) — The CW

The Masked SingerFox

Christmas With a Crown (movie) — Lifetime

The Challenge: Spies, Lies and AlliesMTV

Chicago Med (fall finale) — NBC

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Tough as Nails (season finale) — CBS

A Tennessee Kind of Christmas (special) — CMT

Alter Ego (season finale) — Fox

Chicago Fire (fall finale) — NBC

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CSI: Vegas (season finale) — CBS

It's Always Sunny in PhiladelphiaFXX

Hard Knocks in Season: The Indianapolis ColtsHBO

Chicago P.D. (fall finale) — NBC

*times are ET and subject to change

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