What to Watch Today

Shameless Joins PTA, Miss Universe, Springsteen and More

On TV this Sunday: Shameless‘ Frank becomes a more involved parent, Steve Harvey returns as host of the Miss Universe competition and The Walking Dead faces a life and death decision. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Fox
    Miss Universe

    Nearly 100 women vie for the crown, live from The AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas; Steve Harvey of course hosts.

  • Nickelodeon
    HALO Awards

    The annual event recognizes young community leaders who are changing the world; Kelly Clarkson is also honored; Kelsea Ballerini performs; Nick Cannon hosts.

  • BET
    Soul Train Awards

    Tamar and Toni Braxton, Fantasia, Keyshia Cole, Tank, 112, SWV, Daniel Caesar, Ro James and DVSN perform; Erykah Badu returns as host.

  • Starz

    Claire enters survival mode after washing up on an island; Jamie creates a moment of joy for his crew after a series of setbacks. (TVLine is Thankful For Jamie and Claire’s reunion.)

  • Showtime

    Frank gets involved with Liam’s PTA; Fiona is haunted by the past; Lip discovers another downside to sobriety; Kev meets his birth family. (Psst… hear the good news?)

  • AMC
    The Walking Dead

    Just as things are beginning to look up for Rick and the group, an argument erupts at the Hilltop, culminating in a life and death decision. (Read Ep. 5 recap.)

  • CBS
    NCIS: Los Angeles

    That no-good Joelle’s backstory comes under scrutiny after she escapes from a kidnapping and turns to Callen (hmmm) for help.

  • BBC America
    Bruce Springsteen: In His Own Words

    80 minutes: From director Nigel Cole comes this in-depth look into the life of the legendary rocker, including home video footage from his youth.

  • TNT
    Good Behavior

    Letty attempts to return to her old life; Javier seeks answers from the person who’s been trying to kill him.

  • HBO
    Curb Your Enthusiasm

    45 minutes: In the penultimate Season 9 episode, Larry gets blackmailed by an employee and tortured by a blast from his past. (Did Curb channel Seinfeld finale?)