On TV this Sunday: It’s the beginning of the end for Girls, The Walking Dead returns and James Corden hosts the Grammy Awards. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
Walking Dead Resumes, Corden Hosts the Grammys, Girls and John Oliver Return and More
The Late Late Show‘s James Corden presides over music’s biggest night, which will pay tribute to both George Michael and Prince. John Legend, Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood and Metallica are set to perform.
The EE British Academy Film Awards
This awards ceremony honors the best British and international contributions to film; The Great Indoors‘ Stephen Fry returns as host.
Season 2 premiere: A young British woman claims to be a girl who was abducted over a decade ago; David Morrissey (The Walking Dead) stars. (Find out why Kim Roots call it a Peak TV treasure.)
The Walking Dead
Season 7B premiere: Rick and the others are led to a new community; a familiar face returns. (Prepare for what’s ahead!; Talking Dead follows at 10:13 pm.)
Carrie deals with a client; Saul’s trip takes an unexpected turn; Quinn investigates.
The Young Pope
In the penultimate hour, Lenny deals with a potential loss; Gutierrez is threatened with blackmail as the investigation into Kurtwell continues.
After the guys start a podcast, Peter branches out and begins working as a DJ; Lois’ allergies force Brian to bunk with Stewie.
In Season 3’s penultimate episode, The Privy Council meets to decide who will reign as the King of England; Eleanor and Helena consider romantic invitations.
Final season premiere (45 minutes): Hannah meets a waterski instructor (The Night Of‘s Riz Ahmed) while on assignment in the Hamptons. (Lena Dunham said what?!)
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver
Season 4 premiere: There’s no telling what Oliver will discuss — really, HBO won’t tell us! — but surely he’ll have a thing or two to say about President