On TV this Sunday: Grease is the word at Fox, Galavant channels The Walking Dead, ESPN hosts the Pro Bowl and CSI: Cyber investigates a virus you didn’t even know could exist. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Grease Goes Live, Galavant Finale, Pro Bowl and More
Aaron Tveit (Graceland) and Julianne Hough (Dancing With the Stars) star as Danny and Sandy in Fox’s first live musical production (which, unlike NBC’s outings, will feature a studio audience). Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical), Keke Palmer (Scream Queens), Kether Donohue (You’re the Worst) and pop stars Carly Rae Jepsen and Carlos PenaVega also star.
Pro Bowl 2016
Exactly one week before the real NFL championship takes place, Hall of Famers Jerry Rice and Michael Irvin captain two all-star teams.
Season finale (one hour): In their war against Valencia, hope seems lost for Isabella and the people of Hortensia… until Galavant arrives with his zombie army! (Read preview.) (Not yet renewed.)
American Ninja Warrior: USA vs. The World
In the third annual international competition, teams from America, Europe and Japan duke it out on an epic course in Las Vegas.
Celebration of Gospel
Taraji P. Henson hosts this annual ode to gospel music, with performers including her Empire co-star Bryshere “Yazz” Gray and Chaka Khan.
Thomas offers to help Andy with a problem, Spratt comes to the aid of Denker and Mary becomes suspicious of Marigold. (Aren’t we all a little suspicious of Marigold, really?)
The Good Wife
Alicia argues against Judge Schakowsky when she learns that a former bond court client was wrongfully imprisoned. (TVLine asks: Should the show end after Season 7?)
In this “Fighting ISIS” special, the newsmagazine presents an in-depth look at how the Islamic State was made and what its future holds during the global war on terror.
When NYC residents cannot get through to 911, the Cyber team realizes it is an airborne computer virus (…?!) that is infecting cell phones. Also, D.B. meets a woman (guest star Kelly Preston) after responding to a text she sent by mistake.
Chuck discovers that while he pursued Steven Birch, the rival Eastern District has made inroads in the Axe case; Axe makes an activist play for a family-owned bakery corporation.