Tonight catch all new episodes of Modern Family, Suburgatory, Chicago Fire, The Challenge: Battle of the Seasons, American Horror Story: Asylum and DTLA.
What to Watch: Wednesday, November 14
9:00pm: Modern Family, ABC (30 mins) NEW
Claire takes Manny and Luke along to Alex's decathlon and Phil attempts to plan a boys night, but things go awry when he misreads the social cues of a party visitor (guest star Matthew Broderick). Meanwhile, Cam and Mitch arrange for an interesting baby gift for Jay and Gloria.
9:30pm: Suburgatory, ABC (30 mins) NEW
Tessa decides to spend Thanksgiving in the city with her mother and Dallas fires Chef Alan so George can host Thanksgiving himself. However, George's cooking skills are not up to the test, so he pays Alan to help him prepare the dinner.
10:00pm: Chicago Fire, NBC (1 hr) NEW
Casey lays his life on the line during a fire and it might just be the attention he needs to escape Voight's threats. Meanwhile, Dawson gets help in her disciplinary hearing from the patient in question.
10:00pm: The Challenge: Battle of the Seasons, MTV (1 hr) NEW
Contestants take part in an eating challenge.
10:00pm: American Horror Story: Asylum, FX (1 hr) NEW
In the conclusion to a two-part episode, Sister Jude uncovers new secrets about Arden's past. Also, Kit makes a surprising confession and Bloody Face will be unmasked.
11:00pm: DTLA, Logo (1 hr) NEW
Lenny finds help from an unexpected group, Bryan turns to his mothers for advice and Kai has an intense meeting with the high school principal.
This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen, The Talk (CBS) and The Chew (ABC). Days of Our Lives on NBC (check local listings for time) features gay character Will as a series regular; keep an eye out for developments between Will and recurring gay characters Sonny and Neil.
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