What to Watch Sunday: True Blood Flows Again, The Borgias Bow Out, Daytime Emmys and More
8 pm The 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards (HLN) | Sam Champion (Good Morning America) and HLN personalities Robin Meade and A.J. Hammer host the two-hour ceremony, broadcast live from Los Angeles.
8 pm Chopped (Food Network) | Ingredients in the first basket include mache and pickled sausage, while the entree round features squid. (I’d give them all a prize for not gagging at “pickled sausage.”)
9 pm True Blood (HBO) | Season 6 premiere: A group flees the Authority compound in the wake of Bill’s reincarnation; Governor Truman Burrell (new series regular Arliss Howard, Rubicon) vows open season on vampires. (Get scoop and check out photos.)
9 pm The Killing (AMC) | The task force shuts down a business, while Sarah and Holder unite in their pursuit of “the voice.” (Maybe they should consult with Blake Shelton.) (Get a sneak peek.)
9 pm The Client List (Lifetime) | Two-hour season finale: Riley discovers the client list has been stolen; Evan gets one step closer to Riley’s hidden life. (Not yet renewed; check its current status.)
9 pm Nurse Jackie (Showtime) | Season finale: Jackie celebrates one year of sobriety. (Yep, renewed.)
9 pm 2013 Miss USA Competition (NBC) | Giuliana Rancic and Nick Jonas host the 62nd annual competition.
10 pm The Borgias (Showtime) | Series finale: Alexander and Cesare have reconciled, and the Borgias are ready to move against their enemies. (Find out how the cancelled series was supposed to end.)
10 pm Mad Men (AMC) | The partners cannot agree on a new campaign; Don takes a day off.
10 pm Veep (HBO) | Despite being told to limit public appearances, Selina continues her plans — which can’t possibly go well.
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