On TV this Sunday: Revenge’s return hurts a friendship, Togetherness takes a break, Brooklyn Nine-Nine contends with daddy issues and comedy’s biggest names support an important cause. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Tonight
Revenge Returns, the End of Togetherness, B99 and More
Night of Too Many Stars
Appearing at this year’s live telethon — which raises funds to support autism schools, programs and services — are Steve Carell, Louis C.K., Seth Meyers, Chris Rock, Amy Schumer and Paul Rudd, to name a few.
Once Upon a Time
As David and Mary Margaret worry Cruella and Ursula will reveal a secret they thought was long buried, Emma begins her own investigation into the visitors.
Jake’s mainly absentee father (Trophy Wife’s Bradley Whitford) comes to town to spend some time with his son — but Charles is skeptical of Dad’s intentions.
Oprah: Where Are They Now?
Season 6 premiere: Sixteen years after the brutal hate crime against Matthew Shepard was committed, Oprah interviews the young victim’s parents.
The Good Wife
Alicia preps for an interview that could impact the State’s Attorney race; Louis Canning pressures Florrick/Agos/Lockhart to agree on a settlement.
The Walking Dead
Here’s your Vague Episode Synopsis of the Week: “As Rick and the others continue to acclimate to their new surroundings, they consider a return to normalcy.”
Season finale: When Alex gets big career news, he seeks out Tina, who is busy planning her future with Larry; after a day at the beach with the kids, Brett decides to share his feelings with Michelle. (Yep, renewed.)
The Last Man on Earth
Time slot premiere: Phil settles into his new mansion in Tucson, but his solitary existence is suddenly upended. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Spring premiere: When Margaux uses her ammunition against both Emily and Jack, their friendship takes a dramatic turn. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Matt must sell his beach house… or take a job as a game show host. (Bamboozled, perhaps?)