On TV this Sunday: All kinds of TV Friends celebrate James Burrows, HBO brings back Girls and Togetherness, Disneyland celebrates its 60th birthday and Mercy Street closes. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar.
James Burrows Tribute, Mercy Street Ends, Girls and More
Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man
Season 4 premiere (one hour): Peter Parker learns Doctor Octopus has teamed up with Arnim Zola and Hydra to attack the Tri-Carrier.
The Wonderful World of Disney
Dancing star Derek Hough leads this celebration of Disneyland’s 60th anniversary, with performances from Sir Elton John, Tori Kelly, Jessie J, Idina Menzel, Ne-Yo and more.
Following a shocking event on U.S. soil, Elizabeth rushes to find answers about how it was able to occur. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life
When Barry and his new girlfriend seem to be moving too fast, Cooper, Neal and Kelly try to intervene before he gets in too deep. (Watch a sneak peek.)
When Calls the Heart
Season 3 premiere: Elizabeth surprises Jack with a home of her own as Abigail learns of Gowen’s latest greedy scheme.
The Walking Dead
A simple scavenging run proves tricky when the survivors aren’t the only ones after a gold mine of supplies. (Is this the most detailed synopsis we’ve ever gotten?)
Carl, struggling with
losing his right eyeNick being gone, takes over the Gallagher home and remakes it as his own.
Season 5 premiere: Marnie micromanages her upstate wedding to Desi (so out of character for her!) while trying to maintain the facade of the breezy bride. (Read Michael Slezak’s review.)
Special night and time! In this patriotic episode — because what’s more patriotic than capitalism? — entrepreneurs hawk made-in-America products.
Series finale: A visit by President Lincoln sets in motion a rebel plot; Dr. Foster uncovers a scheme to undermine him at the expense of his patients.
Season 2 premiere: Alex gets a surprise visit for his birthday on the set of his new movie in New Orleans.