TV tonight: ‘American Music Awards,’ ‘The Walking Dead’

Television set picks for Sunday, Nov. 19
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“American Music Awards” (8 p.m., ABC): Here’s a further possibility for trophy-deprived pop stars to collect some fancy components. But it surely should be fun. Superstars Kelly Clarkson and Pink will open the present, carrying out alongside one another for that initially time. Diana Ross, can even take the stage for a uncommon functionality and can be honored together with the Life time Achievement award. But that is not all: Christina Aguilera pays tribute to Whitney Houston and music from “The Bodyguard.” Other performers include, amongst other people, BTS, Selena Gomez, Niall Horan, Visualize Dragons, Khalid, Nick Jonas, Woman Gaga, Demi Lovato and Shawn Mendes. Bruno Mars potential customers all nominees with eight, together with a nod for Artist on the Year.

“Outlander” (8 p.m., Starz): In “Heaven and Earth,” Claire races to find the supply of the epidemic aboard a disease-stricken ship in advance of hundreds of sailors die. And as Jamie locks horns with Captain Raines, Fergus finds himself torn between loyalty and love.

“Wisdom with the Crowd” (eight p.m., CBS): When the staff is helping the San Francisco Police Section on a tech-based murder case, a cyber-criminal attacks Sophe and cripples the platform.

“The Walking Dead” (nine p.m., AMC): In “The Big Frightening U,” with war raging all around him, we have a near search at Negan as well as the life from the Saviors in the conflict via a well-recognized established of eyes.

“The Issue With Apu” (ten p.m., truTV): With this comedic documentary, South Asian-American humorous male Hari Kondabolu dissects his long-standing conflict with all the Indian advantage retailer proprietor from “The Simpsons,” whilst checking out minority illustration in the media. Incorporated: interviews with Aziz Ansari, Kal Penn, Whoopi Goldberg, W. Kamau Bell, Aasif Mandvi and other folks.

“Search Party” (10 p.m., TBS): This hilariously offbeat mystery-comedy was a single of our favorite demonstrates final calendar year. Now the series returns for Period 2. As we rejoin Dory (Alia Shawkat) and her hipster friends, things are acquiring a whole lot darker since they attempt to swiftly bury a corpse and go forward with their lives.

Also on Sunday:

“Sunday Evening Football,” Eagles at Cowboys (5:20 p.m., NBC)

“60 Minutes” (seven p.m., CBS)

“The Toy Box” (seven p.m., ABC)

“Bob’s Burgers” (7:thirty p.m., Fox)

“Outlander” (8 p.m., Starz)

“The Simpsons” (8 p.m., Fox)

“The Actual Housewives of Atlanta” (8 p.m., Bravo)

“Ghosted” (8:30 p.m., Fox)

“NCIS: Los Angeles” (nine p.m., CBS)

“Family Guy” (nine p.m., Fox)

“Shameless” (nine p.m., Showtime)

“Poldark on Masterpiece” (nine p.m., PBS)

“Berlin Station” (nine p.m., Epix)

“The Girlfriend Experience” (9 p.m., Starz)

“The Past Man on Earth” (9:30 p.m., Fox)

“Madam Secretary” (ten p.m., CBS)

“SMILF” (ten p.m., Showtime)

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” (ten p.m., HBO)

“White Famous” (10 p.m., Showtime)

“Talking Dead” (10 p.m., AMC)

“White Famous” (ten:thirty p.m., Showtime)