What to Watch Today

American Music Awards, Seth Rogen's Comeback, Homeland Improvises and More

  • Disney
    Sofia the First: The Curse of Princess Ivy

    Amber accidentally summons a princess (voiced by True Blood’s Anna Camp) who won’t rest until all of Enchancia is turned black and white. (See photos.)

  • Fox

    New time slot alert! When Jane starts dating a Marine, John and Motif get patriotic and try signing up for a USO Comedy Tour.

  • ABC
    American Music Awards

    Pitbull hosts the ceremony live from the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, with performers including Imagine Dragons, Lorde, One Direction, Sam Smith and — who else? — Taylor Swift.

  • Disney
    Austin & Ally

    Season 3 finale: Austin’s music label forces him to hide his relationship with Ally from the public. Say it ain’t so! (Watch a sneak peek — and yep, renewed!)

  • Fox
    The Simpsons

    When Homer has a midlife crisis, he forms a cover band with some of the other dads in town — and they’re actually pretty good! Will Forte (Saturday Night Live) and musician Sammy Hagar lend their voices. (Watch a sneak peek — and finally see King Toot!)

  • HBO
    The Newsroom

    Will gets a surprise at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, while Charlie trades visions with ACN suitor Lucas Pruit (played by The Office alum B.J. Novak).

  • Showtime

    Carrie must improvise in order to salvage her mission and keep Saul out of danger. Plus, the CIA closes in on a security leak. (Watch a sneak peek.)

  • Fox
    Bob's Burgers

    When Linda and the kids spend Thanksgiving at the First Annual Turkey Town Festival, a wild bird attack leads to total mayhem. Bob, meanwhile, boycotts the holiday altogether, which is probably wise. (Watch a sneak peek.)

  • CBS

    The team investigates the death of a woman full of alcohol and drugs at a rehab facility. Plus, guest stars galore! Marc Blucas (Necessary Roughness), Merrin Dungey (Alias) and Greg Grunberg (Heroes) all appear.

  • HBO
    The Comeback

    During her first day on set for Seeing Red, Valerie meets her A-list co-star – Seth Rogen, playing himself — who will be portraying “Mitch” aka the fictionalized Paulie G.