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What to Watch on TV: Wednesday, December 14

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Tonight catch Barbara Walters present 2011's most fascinating people and all new episodes of American Horror Story and Work of Art: Next Great Artist.

What to Watch on TV: Wednesday, December 14

10:00pm American Horror Story FX (1 hr) NEW

Vivien is finally ready to birth the twins and everyone is shaken up about it. Keep a lookout for the gay ghost couple!

9:00pm Work of Art: Next Great Artist Bravo (1 hr) NEW

Tonight, the artists have to create portraits. Features out contestant Young Sun, who won the "sell out challenge" on last week's episode.

9:30 Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People ABC (1 hr) NEW

Catch Barbara Walters present and interview the 10 most fascinating people, according to her. Of these people are Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet.

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