On TV this Sunday: The Simpsons re-enter the Treehouse of Horror, Oprah’s Master Class is back in session, the MTV EMAs take place in Milan and Neil deGrasse Tyson engages in more StarTalk. Here are 13 programs to keep on your radar.
'Treehouse of Horror' No. 26, The Leftovers Shakes It Up, Master Class Resumes and More
Law & Order: SVU 'No More Excuses' Marathon
Through 11 pm | The cabler teams with SVU star Mariska Hargitay, the Joyful Heart Foundation, the NFL and the “No More” campaign to raise awareness about domestic violence, complete with 14 powerful episodes related to the topic.
Gilmore Girls Marathon
Through 7 am | What better way to celebrate Gilmore Girls revival news than with an all-day marathon of Season 1? (Spoiler alert: There is no better way.)
Oprah's Master Class
Season 5 premiere: Comedienne and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres shares stories of her success — and failure — in entertainment.
MTV Europe Music Awards
Broadcast from Milan, Italy, this year’s celebration is hosted by Ed Sheeran and Ruby Rose (Orange Is the New Black), with performances by the usual suspects.
In the 26th “Treehouse of Horror” installment, Sideshow Bob finally kills Bart… only to reanimate him. (Note: A “Treehouse” marathon airs on FXX from 4 to 8 pm.)
Once Upon a Time
In Camelot, Emma uses a dreamcatcher to look into the past to see how Merlin was transformed into a, you know, tree. (View photos.)
The third installment of Holt and Jake’s Halloween heist features a tie-breaking competition to claim the title of Amazing Detective Slash Genius.
The Walking Dead
A small group, including Rick, runs into hurdles while trying to return to Alexandria… and some may not make it back. (Stay away from revolving doors, everyone.)
The Good Wife
While Alicia clashes with the bond court judge, Diane is coerced by her client’s counsel (Covert Affairs’ Peter Gallagher) to argue against her own beliefs.
In the midst of an earthquake, Nora awakens to find Kevin missing — and her hopes of safety in their new town are dashed. (Who got a little POTW love?)
Miniseries premiere: This three-parter (which aired in the UK in 2013) follows Detective Chief Inspector Maggie Brand (Episodes‘ Tamsin Greig) as she investigates a boy’s disappearance at a cookout.
As pressures in Helen’s life mount — as if they hadn’t already — an innocent mistake leads to outrageous consequences. Meanwhile, a court order presents a setback for Noah and Alison.
Season 2 premiere: Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews former President Bill Clinton and discusses advancing scientific progress in America.