Camila Men­des

The State (Sunday) - - Classif Ied -

The 52nd An­nual CMA Awards

8 p.m. on WOLO

Why mess with some­thing that works so well? For the 11th time, coun­try mu­sic su­per­stars Brad Pais­ley and Car­rie Un­der­wood re­turn to host these an­nual awards cer­e­monies, broad­cast live in most ar­eas from Nashville’s Bridge­stone Arena. Chris Sta­ple­ton and Dawn Huff lead the pack of this year’s nom­i­nees with five and four nods, re­spec­tively. Sta­ple­ton’s com­pe­ti­tion in the En­ter­tainer of the Year cat­e­gory is Ja­son Aldean, Luke Bryan, Kenny Ch­es­ney and Keith Ur­ban.


8 p.m. on WKTC

Go­ing out of her mind with worry af­ter weeks of no con­tact with Archie (KJ Apa), Veron­ica (Camila Men­des) con­cocts a haz­ardous plan to break her boyfriend out of the ju­ve­nile de­ten­tion fa­cil­ity in the new episode “Chap­ter Forty: The Great Es­cape.” Mean­while, Betty (Lili Rein­hart) finds her­self rac­ing against the clock to save her own beau, Jug­head (Cole Sprouse), af­ter he takes their in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the world of Griffins & Gar­goyles a lit­tle too far. Made­laine Petsch and Casey Cott also star.

Amer­i­can Hor­ror Story: Apoc­a­lypse

10 p.m. on FX

This sea­son might just as eas­ily have been ti­tled “Amer­i­can Hor­ror Story: Ev­ery­thing But the Kitchen Sink,” since it’s given us nu­clear dev­as­ta­tion, mass mur­der, the An­tichrist, witches and call­backs for char­ac­ters from ear­lier sea­sons “Mur­der House” and “Coven.” Oh, and Joan Collins as witch­turned-movie-star Bub­bles Mcgee. It all gets wrapped up (-ish) in tonight’s sea­son fi­nale, but as usual, the only thing we know about it in ad­vance is that it’s called “Apoc­a­lypse Then.”

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