On TV this Sunday: The Primetime Emmys honor TV’s best, Arthur & George solve their mystery, Big Brother gets down to the wire and Masters of Sex has a bad meal. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
Primetime Emmy Awards, a Strain Search and More
Primetime Emmy Awards
It’s TVLine’s favorite day of the year! Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andy Samberg hosts the annual celebration of TV’s best, from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. (Who are your picks to win?)
Arthur & George
Miniseries finale: Sir Arthur and Woodie close in on the Wyrley Ripper — but do they have the right man? (Not yet renewed.)
In the season’s penultimate episode, Vanessa, Liz and Steve compete in the first round of the final Head of Household competition.
Finney and Cochran team up to frame Ray for Varick’s murder, forcing Ray to reshuffle the evidence and enlist Paige as an ally. (Who’s our Performer of the Week?)
Fear the Walking Dead
Madison and Travis see different sides of the National Guard’s occupation in their neighborhood.
Masters of Sex
Masters and Johnson meet Dan Logan and his wife (played by Married‘s Judy Greer) for a deeply uncomfortable dinner.
With two months until production begins, Effie, Marc and Len try to convince Jason that digital is the only way to keep the project on schedule and within budget. (And if Matt Damon’s thoughts on diversity don’t make you want to watch, what will?)
Dutch fights for her life against Eichhorst as Fet, Nora and Eph frantically search the city for her.
After Freddie and Stuart have a falling out, Stuart moves in with Ash and Violet moves in with Freddie… which drives everyone crazy almost immediately.
Doll & Em
Doll and Em set to work on their play, having secured an off-Broadway venue and with Olivia Wilde and Evan Rachel Wood (guest-starring as themselves) interested in starring as Em and Doll.
COMING NEXT SUNDAY: Bob’s Burgers, The Simpsons, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Once Upon a Time, Family Guy and Last Man on Earth return, CSI’s series finale and the series debuts of ABC’s Quantico and Blood & Oil.