On TV this Sunday: The Walking Dead makes itself at home, Jeffrey Dean Morgan meets The Good Wife, Fargo plays catch-up and America’s Funniest Home Videos get a new host. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
The Walking Dead Returns, Fargo Binge and More
Through midnight | Although you technically don’t have to catch up before (the terrific) Season 2 debuts on Monday (anthology series FTW!), here’s a chance to binge on the first season.
America's Funniest Home Videos
Season 26 premiere: Same videos/rakes-to-the-groin/ladder mishaps, different host (now The Fresh Prince’s Alfonso Ribeiro).
When Elizabeth receives advice from former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, she chooses to ignore the president’s recommendation on how to negotiate the safe return of a kidnapped State Department employee.
Jake tries to set up Boyle with Genevieve (24’s Mary Lynn Rajskub), an art gallery owner who he believes is Boyle’s soulmate.
The Walking Dead
Season 6 premiere (90 minutes): Rick & Co. have a difficult time assimilating into Alexandria, and a new threat arises. (Talking Dead follows at 10:30.) (Read preview.)
Before making the decision to move to Miracle, Kevin, Nora and Jill try to pick up the pieces in the aftermath of the Mapleton riots.
The Good Wife
Alicia’s latest case prompts her to enlist the help of investigator Jason Crouse (Supernatural’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan); Cary must deal with Howard Lyman’s inappropriate conduct toward the younger associates.
At Quantico, Alex finally receives information about her father and his FBI past, and the NATS learn the art of profiling.
In an episode told from the POVs of Alison and Cole, the former has her summer with Noah interrupted, and the latter spirals into a worrying self-destructive lifestyle.