On TV this Sunday: The Walking Dead goes into hibernation, Nickelodeon and BET hand out awards, Downton Abbey looks back on the good times and Quantico‘s Alex gets grilled. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Walking Dead Fall Finale, Downton Remembered and More
America’s Got Talent‘s Nick Cannon hosts this celebra- tion of kids who make a difference. Performers include Fifth Harmony, Flo Rida, Tori Kelly and Walk the Moon.
My One Christmas Wish
Glee‘s Amber Riley stars as Jackie Turner, whose loneliness drove her to post a heartbreaking Craigslist ad for a family with whom she could spend Christmas.
Soul Train Awards
Singer-songwriter Erykah Badu hosts, with performances from Brandy, R. Kelly, Tyrese and more. (And no, you haven’t been teleported back to the ’90s.)
Angel of Christmas
A newspaper staffer (Tyrant’s Jennifer Finnigan) gets the chance to write a front page story… about her family’s Christmas angel, which supposedly has magical properties to bring true lovers together. Jonathan Scarfe (Hell on Wheels) and Holly Robinson Peete co-star.
The Walking Dead
Fall finale: After a few moments of peace, trouble finds its way to Alexandria again (shocker!) with a threat that may be too big to defeat. (Season 6 resumes Feb. 14.)
A Salute to Downton Abbey
Ahead of the final season’s Jan. 3 debut, Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville hosts this retrospective of the PBS series.
A personal loss and subsequent pilgrimage to Miracle offer clues on why Meg embarked on her path as a Remnant crusader. (Who’s our Performer of the Week?)
Alex is interrogated as Ryan’s life hangs in the balance; at Quantico, the NATS attend a class with guest speaker Dr. Susan Langdon (Anne Heche). (Sneak peek.)
Alison weathers a momentous journey alone, Helen gets attention from a sexy source, Noah faces a terrible reckoning and new challenges push Cole to the edge. (Is Noah one of TV’s most polarizing characters?)