On TV this Sunday: The Walking Dead‘s finale spells trouble, Courtney Love hits the Hamptons Call the Midwife and Mr. Selfridge return and NBC hosts the iHeartRadio Music Awards. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Tonight
Walking Dead Finale, HBO Goes Clear, Love Strikes Revenge, Killing Jesus and More
Call the Midwife
Season 4 premiere: Nonnatus House newcomer Nurse Barbara Gilbert earns the respect of her colleagues by helping a new mother overcome difficulties.
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief
Based on the book by Lawrence Wright, this documentary looks into the Church of Scientology, including profiles of eight former members as they describe the abuse and betrayal they experienced.
iHeartRadio Music Awards
Jamie Foxx leads the ceremony, which includes performances from Rihanna, Sam Smith, Kelly Clarkson and Florida Georgia Line.
This three-hour movie charts the political and historical conflicts that led to Jesus’ execution. Haaz Sleiman (Covert Affairs), Stephen Moyer (True Blood) and Kelsey Grammer (Frasier) star. (Watch a sneak peek.)
The Walking Dead
Season finale, 90 minutes: Rick & Co. feel like outsiders in Alexandria, where trouble approaches the gates. (Psst, see our Performer of the Week?)
The Last Man on Earth
One-hour episode: “Phil Miller continues to live in Tucson.” (And you thought Walking Dead synopses were vague!)
Season 3 premiere, two hours: After the death of his beloved wife, Harry and his family attempt to move on with their lives.
House of Lies
Season finale, one hour: Marty, looking to secure his place at K&A, finds himself on the verge of something big. Plus: Jeannie gives birth!
After Commander Guziewicz’s home is burned down, the arson investigation leads Russ and Milt to a variety of suspects — including her own estranged son.
A grief-stricken Emily tries to repair her collateral damage while Victoria pursues a fresh lead. Courtney Love guest-stars.