On TV this Sunday: PBS welcomes back Mr. Selfridge and Grantchester, Grease is a bit less live, The Family discovers the truth and Good Wife gets Camp-y. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
PBS Dramas Return, Grease Encore, Family Reveal and More
Repeat to Revisit: Add a little groove and meaning to your Easter Sunday with this encore of Fox’s first live musical. (The @GoGrease handle, as well as multiple cast members, will be live-tweeting fun facts using the #GreaseAgain hashtag.) (Read our review.)
Airing for the first time on cable-TV, this drama stars AJ Michalka (The Goldbergs) as a phenomenal singer and the ideal Christian teen. But when she gets the music break of a lifetime and is thrust into the real world at age 18, Gracie’s faith is put to the test.
Once Upon a Time
Finally reunited (and it feeeeels so goooood), Hook and Emma must find a way to defeat Hades so that they can return to Storybrooke. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Season 2 premiere: Sidney finds himself suspected of murder alongside another priest, a photographer and the victim’s classmate.
The Good Wife
Alicia and Diane defend a therapist whose neighbor, represented by Caitlyn D’Arcy (Anna Camp), flies a drone over his home office. (Watch a sneak peek.)
After Hank is beaten, he names one of the Warrens as the prime suspect; Bridey gets the results of the paternity test she ran on Adam. (Read preview.)
A confrontation between Sean and Frank quickly turns into a brawl. (Read preview.)
Season 4 premiere (two hours): Harry has his hands full with a house full of kids, upstart wheeler-dealer Jimmy Dillon and — my personal favorite — a planned tribute to women.
Alex gets more instructions from the terrorist – only this time, it’s Claire Haas’ life in the balance; a terror cell tries to infiltrate Quantico. (Watch sneak peek.)