What’s On TV Tonight? – ’50th Annual CMA Awards’, ‘World Series’ on Wednesday

The 50th Annual CMA Awards is live opposite an all-new episode of Empire! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Wednesday 11/02/2016:

8:00 PM ET

The 50th Annual CMA Awards [LIVE] – Honors to country music’s finest industry members take place at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn.; Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood host; scheduled performers include Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Maren Morris and Keith Urban. (ABC)

Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X (“I Will Destroy You”) – Two millennials try to let go of the past and work together; a castaway is interrogated about his true profession. (CBS)

Arrow (“Human Target”) – Oliver must turn to an old friend when Tobias Church captures one of his new recruits; Felicity’s worlds collide when Detective Malone joins the anti-crime unit. (The CW)

Total Bellas (“Bella Family Secrets”) – Brie heads home to be with Bryan; Nikki wonders if Brie’s career should come first; Johnny reveals a potentially life-altering secret Kathy has been keeping. (E!)

Lethal Weapon (“Ties That Bind”) – While investigating the murder of a young model, Riggs and Murtaugh uncover a connection to one of LA’s wealthiest families; Riggs discovers an old family friend has ties to the case; Murtaugh discovers something unsettling about his daughter. (FOX)

Blindspot (“Do Not Slack, the Featherweight Wins”) – When Weller and Jane disappear during an undercover operation, the rest of the team turn to two criminals for answers; AUSA Weitz returns with a grudge against the team. (NBC)

The Britannia Awards 2016 – From Los Angeles, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts honors the best in creative talents in the U.K. and U.S. film industries; Ben “Doc Brown” Smith hosts; scheduled presenters include actors Tom Hanks, Brie Larson and Jake Gyllenhaal. (POPSD)

9:00 PM ET

Criminal Minds (“The Anti-Terrorism Squad”) – The BAU investigates the case of two murdered families, where two high school students are the sole survivors. (CBS)

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (“Bad Rap”) – The detectives interrogate the CEO of a recording company and his protégé for their involvement in an assault on a transgender student. (NBC)

Lip Sync Battle (“Lupita Nyong’o vs. Regina Hall”) – Actors Lupita Nyong’o and Regina Hall do battle. (Spike)

Frequency (“Seven Three”) – When Frank helps Raimy with a case in the present day, she has two different memories of her first day in the NYPD; Frank has trouble controlling his jealousy while trying to give Julie her space. (The CW)

Worst Cooks in America [SEASON FINALE] (“The Final Showdown”) – The final recruits cook a restaurant-quality meal for a panel of culinary experts, including Sarah Gore, chef Akhtar Nawab and Cooking Channel’s Laura Vitale; Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray mentor the final two who hope to win $50,000 for charity. (Food Network)

Salem [SEASON PREMIERE] (“After The Fall”) – Salem’s only hope to survive the hell that has risen is to raise the dead. (WGN America)

10:00 PM ET

American Horror Story: Roanoke (“Chapter 8”) – An all-new episode of the popular horror series. (FX)

Real World Seattle: Bad Blood (“Fourteen’s a Crowd”) – Former friends pursue new romances; Theo’s grudge against Kassius takes a toll on both men; Anika and Will come to terms with their breakup. (MTV)

Code Black (“Landslide”) – The doctors treat victims who were caught in a landslide; the entire ER is put at risk when children with measles are brought in. (CBS)

Chicago P.D. (“Skin in the Game”) – While responding to a complaint, Burgess and Sorensen find the body of a 16-year-old girl in a baseball player’s (Billy Burke) house; Lindsay receives a mysterious delivery that might have ties to her past. (NBC)

You’re the Worst (“Talking to Me, Talking to Me”) – Jimmy builds a tree house; Gretchen accompanies Lindsay during a potentially emotional event; Edgar’s professional life flourishes, much to Dorothy’s dismay. (FX)

Rectify (“Yolk”) – Back in Paulie, the Holden/Talbot family adjusts to daily life without Daniel’s influence; Janet frets over Daniel’s life away from home. (Sundance)

Younger (“Me, Myself, and O”) – Liza and Kelsey investigate an erotica author writing under a pseudonym and are shocked by what they find. (TV Land)

10:30 PM ET

Impastor (“The Bish is Back”) – Bishop Perkins returns with an announcement that rocks Trinity Lutheran; Sheriff Graham turns up the heat on Buddy regarding a recent murder in town; Alexa reveals an astonishing secret. (TV Land)

11:00 PM ET

E! News – Entertainment news. (E!)

11:30 PM ET

At Midnight With Chris Hardwick – Jim Norton; Jena Friedman; Ryan Stout. (Comedy Central)


The Daily Show With Trevor Noah is joined by Actor Kal Penn. (11:00 PM, Comedy Central)

Conan welcomes Actor Ryan Reynolds; comic Rory Scovel; from the Apollo in New York City. (11:00 PM, TBS)

Watch What Happens: Live features Comic Tracey Ullman (“Tracey Ullman’s Show”). (11:00 PM, Bravo)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has Actor Vince Vaughn; comic Patton Oswalt; comic Nate Bargatze. (11:35 PM, NBC)

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert is joined by TV host Michael Strahan; actor Nick Kroll; Aaron Lewis performs. (11:35 PM, CBS)

Jimmy Kimmel Live features Actress Jessica Chastain; singer Willie Nelson; Hunter Hayes performs; a country music edition of Mean Tweets with Florida Georgia Line, Dan & Shay, Miranda Lambert, Chris Stapleton, Dolly Parton and more. (11:35 PM, ABC)

Late Night With Seth Meyers welcomes Actor Christian Slater; actress Priyanka Chopra; actor Luke Bracey; Hannah Welton sits in with the 8G Band. (12:35 AM, NBC)

The Late Late Show With James Corden has Actor Joel McHale; actress Julianne Hough; Gallant performs. (12:35 AM, CBS)

Last Call With Carson Daly is joined by Actor Tom Ellis; Getter performs; singer Ezra Furman. (1:35 AM, NBC)

What's On TV Tonight? - '50th Annual CMA Awards', 'Empire' on Wednesday

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