On TV this Wednesday: Keith Urban lords over the Academy of Country Music Awards, Kimmy Schmidt‘s BFF hosts a karaoke competition and Archer returns for its 11th season. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
ACM Awards, Archer Returns, Challenger Docu and More
Challenger: The Final Flight
The four-part docuseries unpacks the 1986 space shuttle disaster from the perspective of engineers, myriad officials, and crew members’ families.
Series premiere (all eight episodes): Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt‘s Tituss Burgess hosts the U.S. version of this karaoke competition, where contestants vie for up to $60,000. (Andy Swift says “Skip!”)
Entertainer of the Year nominees Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett and Carrie Underwood open with a medley of their greatest hits; additional performers include Taylor Swift, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, Kelsea Ballerini, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw and Trisha Yearwood; Keith Urban hosts.
America's Got Talent
Five of Tuesday night’s 11 performers advance to next week’s finals. (Print TVLine’s Fall TV Calendar!)
Tyler Perry's House of Payne
Two episodes: Jazmine faces pressure to have sex before she’s ready; Lisa and Malik have a difference of opinion regarding relationship roles.
This week there’s a Parking Lot Fight, the NWA Women’s Championship is on the line, Moxley and Archer are in the house, plus some MJF in action.
Repeat to Revisit: In the Season 2 finale, Louise, Darlene and Ben help Dan with his financial troubles, while Becky takes Beverly Rose to meet Emilio. (Who has been promoted to series regular?)
Season 1 finale (Part 1 of 2): Jenny teams with a former colleague after a victim forces a building lockdown. (View new Supernatural photos.)
Notre-Dame: Our Lady of Paris
The two-hour documentary features first-hand accounts from firefighters, clergy and local officials regarding the Notre Dame cathedral’s 2019 fire.
Season 11 premiere (two episodes): Archer guards a valuable statue, then attends a martial arts tournament. (Watch trailer.)