What to Watch on TV: Wednesday, November 30

Tonight catch all new episodes of American Horror Story, America's Next Top Model, and Work of Art.

What to Watch on TV: Wednesday, November 30

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

The artists have to create artwork using car parts.  Features out contestant Young Sun.

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

A famous murder victim pays the house a visit and Tate gets himself into even more trouble.  Featuring recurring gay ghost couple Chad and Patrick.

9:00pm America's Next Top Model The CW (1 hr)  NEW

The final four have to put their other skills to the test and write a fashion blog.


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