What to Watch Today

Constantine Meets Arrow, CMA Awards and More

On TV this Wednesday: John Constantine comes to Star City, Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley host the CMAs (again), an Empire unites under unfavorable conditions and Code Black is positively UnREAL. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • ABC
    The 49th Annual CMA Awards

    Come for hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood, but stay for performances by Keith Urban, Reba McEntire and… Justin Timberlake?! (See the full line-up.)

  • The CW

    Oliver calls upon John Constantine (Matt Ryan) when Sara takes a turn for the worse. (Get scoop on his arrival… and Constantine Episode 14!)

  • CBS

    Thirteen castaways come together for the largest merge ever; history repeats itself for two feuding players.

  • NBC
    Law & Order: SVU

    SVU investigates secrets surrounding the pregnancy of a 13-year-old reality-TV star; Ryan Devlin (Jane the Virgin) and Chris Elliott (Schitt’s Creek) guest-star.

  • Fox

    Lucious and Cookie put aside their differences to save Hakeem; Jamal works towards being defined as more than a gay artist. (The People’s Choice have spoken!)

  • CBS
    Code Black

    Leanne must choose between aiding the cop (Michael Trucco, BSG) who helped her family or his critically-injured shooter; Malaya’s pregnant ex (Shiri Appleby, UnREAL) pops up at the ER. (Sneak peek.)

  • FX
    American Horror Story: Hotel

    Alex turns to an unusual means of treatment to save a dying patient; an anti-Halloween duo tests Iris’ limits.

  • FXX
    You're the Worst

    Jimmy creates a system of punishment for himself in order to meet his writing deadline; Gretchen grows obsessed with an older, cooler couple.

  • TLC
    Late Night Joy

    Series premiere: View co-host Joy Behar welcomes viewers into her New York City apartment for an unorthodox talk show; Susie Essman (Curb Your Enthusiasm) serves as “Andy Richter,” while Sherri Shepherd is their inaugural guest.

  • ABC
    Jimmy Kimmel Live

    Following the CMAs, Kimmel will host his show from both Los Angeles and Nashville (via hologram); guests include Seth Rogen and The Band Perry.