On TV this Sunday: The Last Ship hopes for a cure, Masterpiece Theatre takes on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Great British Baking Show reheats and Ray has a wedded hitch. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
The Last Ship Docks, PBS Meets Sherlock Holmes and More
Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter
Alex Berg (Silicon Valley), Jill Soloway (Transparent), Steve Levitan (Modern Family), Kenya Barris (black-ish), Robert Carlock (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and Jay Duplass (Togetherness) discuss comedy showrunning.
The Great British Baking Show
Season 2 premiere: For the first time, co-hosts Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins welcome 13 contestants — a baker’s dozen, ha! — to compete under the scrutiny of judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.
Arthur & George
Series premiere: Adapted from Juliane Barnes’ novel, this mini stars Martin Clunes (Doc Martin) as Sherlock Holmes scribe Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Outraged by a recent injustice, he uses the methods of his fictional detective to get to the truth. Arsher Ali (The Missing) and Charles Edwards (Downton Abbey) co-star.
On the heels of last week’s double eviction (zzz…), a new Head of Household nominates two fellow houseguests for eviction.
Bachelor in Paradise
cries a lotwhisks Jared away to a luxurious hotel to give their romantic connection one last chance.
The Last Ship
Season 2 finale: The Nathan James puts a call out to civilians to meet at ports across the country, where they will receive the cure. (Renewed.)
Bunchy’s arrival to his own wedding is jeopardized when Detective Muncie arrests him in an attempt to draw Mickey out of hiding.
Councilwoman Feraldo takes drastic measures to counter a surprise invasion, while Nora and Fet perform a useful mission.
Masters of Sex
Masters continues his surrogacy program, now under the critical eye of Johnson. Elsewhere, Libby tries to set Paul up with a friend.
When the gang joins Ash and Jess at a ballroom dancing class, Stuart becomes the teacher’s pet, while Violet is a hit with the teacher in other ways. (Wink-wink.)