What to Watch on Wednesday: American Horror Story goes to camp for 1984 season premiere
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America’s Got Talent
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on NBC
It's all up to America to crown the champion of AGT's 14th season, which host Terry Crews will unveil on this live two-hour finale. With a roster of finalists including a 10-year-old opera singer, powerhouse youth choirs from Detroit and South Africa, and a blind, autistic pianist-singer, any choice will eliminate plenty of worthy contenders. But take heart: True, only one act will take home the $1 million prize, but the rest will live on in viral-video fame forever. —Tyler Aquilina
American Horror Story: 1984
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 10 p.m. on FX
FX, per usual, has divulged few details about the latest installment in the American Horror Story anthology — the network provided no episode description, not even a screener of the premiere for critics and journalists. But that's okay, because what we do know is enough to make this, like so many in the series, a must-watch.
Starring Billie Lourd, Emma Roberts, Cody Fern, and Gus Kenworthy as a group of aerobics enthusiasts who get jobs as camp counselors, 1984, like all American Horror Story entries, takes a deadly turn when an escaped mental patient named Mr. Jingles turns his attention to them. Leslie Grossman, Matthew Morrison, and Angelica Ross — but not Sarah Paulson or Evan Peters — also star.
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Wu-Tang: An American Saga — Hulu
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