On TV this Sunday: Halt and Catch Fire tries to connect, the next Food Network Star gets cooking, Enlisted‘s back on active duty and Silicon Valley powers down. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar.
Halt and Catch Fire Starts Up, Enlisted Returns and More
The Oprah Winfrey Show: Conversations with Dr. Maya Angelou
Oprah honors the late Dr. Angelou with a five-hour tribute, beginning with her appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show and continuing with a two-part Super Soul Sunday, Oprah Winfrey’s Legends Ball and Oprah’s Master Class featuring the legendary poet.
New time slot alert! The military comedy returns from hiatus with a prank war between Pete and Jill’s platoons that reveals Pete’s hidden weakness.
Food Network Star
Season 10 premiere: Twelve finalists compete to get their own show on the Food Network (and, unless they’re Guy Fieri, quickly fade into obscurity).
Season finale: Brie and Bryan get married, while Nikki’s secret marriage is finally exposed to John. (Good thing he doesn’t have a temper!)
Game of Thrones
Mole’s Town receives unexpected visitors; Tyrion’s fate is decided.
Drop Dead Diva
Jane takes on one of Grayson’s cases involving a drunk driving accident, and a familiar face from Jane’s past makes an appearance.
The Ship of the Imagination travels to Venus, to recount the long history of global warming and the greenhouse effect.
Season finale: Poised to compete at TechCrunch Disrupt, the guys of Pied Piper become worried after an impressive presentation by Gavin Belson.
Halt and Catch Fire
Series premiere: In the early 1980s, former IBM executive Joe MacMillan (Lee Pace, Pushing Daisies) plans to reverse-engineer the landmark IBM PC and build a computer that will change the world, alongside engineers Gordon Clark (Scoot McNairy, Argo) and Cameron Howe (Mackenzie Davis, Smashed).
Finley and Dunn are led on a mission to find the father of a soldier from the Pakistani embassy.
Van Helsing (played by acting vet David Warner) comes to work with Dr. Frankenstein.