On TV this Sunday: The Academy Awards prepare to Rock, The Walking Dead plans to relocate and Vinyl meets Alice Cooper. Here are nine programs to keep on your radar:
The Oscars, Dead's Next Move, Billions Binge and More
Repeats to Revisit: Catch up on Episodes 1-6 of the Paul Giamatti/Damian Lewis drama (from 5 to 8 pm, then 9 to midnight).
60 Minutes Presents: Preserving the Past
The newsmagazine takes a look at an African-American museum in D.C., and the fashion industry in Italy’s attempt to preserve the nation’s architecture.
The “Big Five” candidates (Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz) prepare for Super Tuesday.
88th Annual Academy Awards
Chris Rock emcees this year’s celebration of cinema, live from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Get a refresher on the nominees.)
The Walking Dead
Rick contemplates where to go next after concluding that Alexandria isn’t quite as safe as initially perceived. (Does ‘Richonne’ Have a Love That’s to Die For?)
Richie is embarrassed at a party for record producers; a junior A&R rep tries courting Alice Cooper; Richie talks to Lester about releasing his old demos.
More Manners of Downton Abbey
Sky News’ Alastair Bruce explores social norms of aristocrats in 1900s Britain (with commentary by Hugh Bonneville and Michelle Dockery) prior to Downton‘s March 6 swan song.
Fran moves in with Hannah, who receives an important call from her father; Adam and Jessa spend time together; Ray worries about a new business competitor.
Michelle works towards making the charter school a reality; Tina is upset when Alex brings his girlfriend to his welcome home party.