On TV this Sunday: The Academy Awards fly without a host, Scott Foley and Lauren Cohan serve Whiskey Cavalier and True Detective wraps up Case No. 3. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
The Oscars, Stormy SMILF, True Detective Finale and More
American Idol: A New Journey Begins
Host Ryan Seacrest sits with judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie to discuss Season 17, ahead of its premiere on Sunday, March 3.
When Calls the Heart
Season 6 premiere: Elizabeth finds a balance between teaching and motherhood; Bill and Gowen clash over the saloon. (Spinoff update!)
Season 3 finale (75 minutes): Wayne struggles to stay grounded in reality, as the truth of the Purcell case is revealed. (Not yet renewed.)
The Walking Dead
62 minutes: Alpha leads a group against the Hilltop to retrieve her daughter; a supply run takes a dangerous turn. (Fall behind? Read Episode 10 recap.)
Kevin and Veronica work to bring the neighborhood together after a blackout; Carl grows suspicious of Debbie’s relationship with Kelly.
Albert and Palmerston risk their reputations; Victoria must decide where her allegiance lies.
In a flashback to 2014, Bridgette and Rafi deal with impending parenthood; Ally Sheedy (Psych) and adult film star-turned-alleged Trump mistress Stormy Daniels guest-star. (Get First Look.)
An elderly woman (The Affair‘s Kathleen Chalfant) gets an offer to model in an ad campaign; a veterinarian (Lost‘s Ken Leung) starts an unorthodox treatment to help his depression.
Series sneak preview: From EP Bill Lawrence (Scrubs) comes this procedural about an FBI agent (Scandal‘s Scott “Nobody Cares, Sean” Foley) and a CIA operative (The Walking Dead‘s Lauren Cohan) who oversee an interagency team of flawed spies. (Watch trailer; an encore airs Wednesday at 10/9c, in its regular time slot.)