What to Watch Today

Big Little Lies and Burden of Truth Finales, Fear TWD Heads for Hiatus and More

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On TV this Sunday: Big Little Lies and Burden of Truth wrap their seasons, Fear the Walking Dead heads for (a brief) hiatus and Gordon Ramsay enters Uncharted territory. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • The CW
    Burden of Truth

    Season 2 finale: Joanna and Billy defend against a mound of evidence as the murder trial gets underway. (Check Stateside renewal status.)

  • Starz
    The Rook

    Myfanwy discovers a twisted relationship with her psychiatrist; Monica and Gestalt search London for a missing EVA.

  • AMC
    Fear the Walking Dead

    Season 5A finale (65 minutes): Morgan, Grace and Alicia try to buy time for Dorie and Dwight; Sarah and Wendell receive help from someone unexpected. (Get return date; watch cast Q&A from Comic-Con.)

  • HBO
    Big Little Lies

    Season 2 finale: Celeste confronts Mary Louise about a tragedy from Perry’s childhood; Madeline worries about the future of the Monterey Five. (Watch sneak peek; what are renewal odds?)

  • TNT

    Desna tries to get Dean away from Mac and Melba; Quiet Ann leads the crew deeper into trouble. (Who’s heading to The Rookie?)

  • CBS

    The NYPD investigates the murder of a stepmother at a Sweet 16 party; Ryan gets a new lead. (Get CBS fall premiere dates.)

  • Fox
    What Just Happened??! With Fred Savage

    A car chase preempts The Flare, leaving Fred with nothing to discuss; Joel McHale (Community) and the BH90210 cast guest-star. (Get Fox fall dates.)

  • NatGeo
    Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted

    Series premiere: The celebrity chef traverses the globe in pursuit of culinary inspiration and epic adventures. First up, Peru!

  • HBO

    On Halloween, Rue grows concerned about her reliance on Jules; McKay considers his football future. (Psst… hear the good news?)

  • Showtime
    The Loudest Voice

    Roger finds a new prodigy, then gets revenge against Obama by forcing Congress’ hand.