On TV this Sunday: AMC wants you to Fear the Walking Dead, Stephen Amell ends his summer with a slam, Ballers and The Brink come to a close and ABC News revisits Hurricane Katrina. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Tonight
It's Time to Fear the Walking Dead — Plus, Arrow Meets SummerSlam, Two Finales and More
Former Daily Show host Jon Stewart hosts the four-hour event, held at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center and featuring Arrow’s Stephen Amell and wrestler Neville vs. Stardust and King Barrett. (But will Amell actually be Arrow?)
Fear the Walking Dead
Series premiere, 90 minutes: Set in Los Angeles in the early days of the outbreak, this offshoot centers on a dysfunctional family led by high school guidance counselor Madison Clark (Kim Dickens, Sons of Anarchy) and teacher Travis Manawa (Cliff Curtis, Gang Related). Note: An hourlong Talking Dead airs at 8 pm, with a preview of Walking Dead Season 6. (Watch the first three minutes, read our First Impression.)
After the governor’s loss, it appears that Ray’s NFL dream is over — but he’s not willing to give up.
Who Do You Think You Are?
Onetime Breaking Bad guy Bryan Cranston lays down his Heisenberg hat and learns about his family tree.
Katrina: 10 Years After the Storm
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast, Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts returns to the region with American Idol’s Harry Connick, Jr., NFL player Drew Brees and others to explore the disaster’s lasting impact.
Setrakian and Fet use Fitzwilliams’ info to attack the Master… but, of course, a mysterious new player arrives.
Season 1 finale: With a global crisis looming, Zeke and Glenn once again find themselves in a compromised state. (Renewed.)
Season 2 premiere: Violet panics when her wealthy sister Lillian, whom she hasn’t seen in years, announces a visit.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force
Series finale: The final episode is called “The Last One Forever and Ever (For Real This Time) (We … Mean It)”… so maybe they’ll be back?