On TV this Sunday: Togetherness says goodbye, AMC continues to Fear the Walking Dead, The Girlfriend Experience gets physical and MTV hands out more Golden Popcorns. Here are 13 programs to keep on your radar.
Togetherness Series Finale, Fear the Walking Dead Returns, MTV Movie Awards and More
Fox News Sunday With Chris Wallace
Marking his first time on the program since 2008, President Obama discusses his SCOTUS nomination, the 2016 election and his presidential legacy.
MTV Movie Awards
Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson (who will look very silly standing next to each other) host the ceremony, which includes Melissa McCarthy’s Comedic Genius honor.
The Girlfriend Experience
Series premiere: Based on the 2009 Steven Soderbergh film, this drama centers on Christine Reade (Riley Keough, Mad Max: Fury Road), a second-year law student who quickly finds herself drawn into the intimate world of being an escort. (Read Michael Slezak’s review.)
Once Upon a Time
Belle turns to Rumple in hopes of finding a way to protect their child from Hades – yet forbids her husband from using his dark powers. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Marge takes Lisa on a trip to Capital City, where, after attending a musical, they meet the show’s star, Andrew Rannells (guest-voicing himself). (Watch a sneak peek.)
A Different World reunion alert! Kira agrees to help K.C. reunite Abby with her mother, played by Jasmine Guy. (View photos.)
Fear the Walking Dead
Season 2 premiere: The families flee Los Angeles on Strand’s yacht and find – surprise! – even more danger at sea. (Note: Season 1 marathons at 2 pm.)
House of Lies
Season 5 premiere: With Marty back on top and Jeannie in her new position, the pair navigates co-parenting and dealing with each other’s new relationships.
When Calls the Heart
Season finale: After a landslide puts one of Hope Valley’s own in grave danger, the strength of the town is tested. (Not yet renewed.)
Double episodes! A mysterious woman who organizes illegal poker games tells Holmes and Watson that her life is in danger. Then at 10 pm, Watson attempts to forge a connection with a recent client.
Series premiere: Loosely based on the life of Andrew Dice Clay, this scripted comedy follows the abrasive comedian as he works to resurrect his career.
Season finale: Chuck’s search for Axe fuels an explosive confrontation. But those guys are usually so calm! (Season 1 marathons at 9 am; Renewed.)
Series finale: Michelle is inspired by the kids as the foursome makes a last-ditch effort to save her charter school plans.