On TV this Sunday: The Assets set a new meeting time, Poirot makes the first move, The Musketeers go hunting, Falling Skies has a medical dilemma and Manhattan wants to drop a bomb. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar!
New Assets, Manhattan Bomb Story, Ambiguous Sex and More
Time slot premiere: First up, Sandy and Jeanne clash over agency policies, while a potential asset claims to have important information about a communications breach. Then at 5 pm, [REDACTED AND/OR NO ABC SYNOPSIS]. (Hmm, must be highly classified!)
Poirot: The Big Four
Poirot (played by David Suchet) returns to investigate the death of a Russian chess grandmaster. Adapted by Sherlock‘s Mark Gatiss.
Witches of East End
Wendy and Tommy (Ignacio Serricchio, General Hospital) have a disastrous series of meetings. Meanwhile, Frederick’s old friends from Asgard make an unwelcome visit to Fair Haven and Dash and Killian receive their inheritance.
Sookie reconsiders her recent involvement with Bill, Eric and Pam find an unlikely new ally in their search for a common enemy and Lafayette shares a vision with Lettie Mae.
When armed men kidnap a young woman’s baby as she is being transported to the palace, they must figure out who the mother is and why anyone would kidnap her son.
Series premiere: The Big C‘s John Benjamin Hickey plays Frank Winter, a scientist competing to create the world’s first atomic bomb in Los Alamos, N.M., during World War II. The cast includes Olivia Williams (Dollhouse), Ashley Zuckerman (Underbelly), Rachel Brosnahan (Black Box), Daniel Stern (Regular Joe), Alexia Fast (The Secret Circle) and Eddie Shin (Men of a Certain Age).
Masters of Sex
When Masters delivers a baby with ambiguous genitalia, he encourages the parents not to surgically assign a gender. Also, Virginia learns about Masters’ troubled childhood.
While Ephram and Nora fight to save Captain Redfern’s life, Setrakian begins his own merciless plan to stop the spread of the disease.
Tom reunites with his family and the 2nd Mass, but the warm fuzzies are short-lived when Lexi suffers a health crisis that sparks a tense debate.
A hate crime tests Laurie’s resolve, Kevin turns down an offer of assistance, Matt brings his pulpit to the street and Meg takes on a new role.
Halt and Catch Fire
Unexpected adversaries and increased complications hinder the Cardiff Electric team’s work at COMDEX.
Jamie enlists Roy’s help to help clear the name of a client wrongfully accused of murder. Meanwhile, Knox contemplates a dilemma and the effect it would have on his mayoral campaign.