What to Watch Today

The CMA Awards, Horror Story Finale and More


On TV this Wednesday: Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood return as hosts of the CMA Awards, Draco Malfoy leads a YouTube sci-fi epic and American Horror Story: Apocalypse comes to an end. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • YouTube Premium
    Origin

    Series premiere (all 10 episodes): In this sci-fi epic, Harry Potter alumni Tom Felton and Natalia Tena play members of a group that comes thisclose to leaving Earth behind for good — until a mysterious event foils their plans. (Watch trailer.)

  • ABC
    CMA Awards

    Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Kacey Musgraves, Garth Brooks, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, Chris Stapleton are many more perform; Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood host.

  • NBC
    Chicago Med

    Choi and Charles help a patient with an itch she can’t quite scratch; Rhodes disobeys orders to save a patient in the hybrid OR.

  • Fox
    Empire

    Lucious is forced to play nice with Jeff Kingsley; Cookie tries to steal Jamal’s artist; Andre helps the mother of a former inmate to help free her innocent son.

  • The CW
    Riverdale

    Veronica hatches a plan to break Archie out of juvie; Betty is forced to save Jughead after he takes their investigation a step too far.

  • The CW
    All American

    Spencer’s worlds collide during a birthday gathering in Beverly Hills; Coop and Patience struggle to define their relationship. (Psst… hear the good news?)

  • CBS
    SEAL Team

    Bravo Team chases additional leads in an effort to track down and apprehend drug kingpin Andres Doza.

  • FX
    American Horror Story: Apocalypse

    Season finale (64 minutes): FX will only say that the final installment is titled “Apocalypse Then” — here’s what “must” happen.

  • NBC
    Chicago P.D.

    Intelligence investigates a drug dealer suspected of homicide; the stakes become personal for Atwater.

  • CBS
    Criminal Minds

    Prentiss works with (and more?) unit chief Andrew Mendoza (Imposters‘ Stephen Bishop) to identify those responsible for a series of machete attacks taking place every 27 minutes.