On TV this Sunday: Sarah Jessica Parker returns to HBO, Jane Pauley becomes host of CBS Sunday Morning and Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton take part in the second presidential debate. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar:
Divorce Debuts, Presidential Debate No. 2 and More
CBS Sunday Morning
Jane Pauley begins her tenure as host, with a profile on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Plus, Mo Rocca chats with Celine Dion, and Lee Cowan sits down with Graves star Nick Nolte.
Teddy plans a day trip on his newly refurbished boat in an effort to impress ex-wife Denise; Tina tries to prove she’s responsible enough to have her own cell phone.
Once Upon a Time
Ashley goes in search of her step-family to settle unfinished business; Regina tries to bribe Mr. Hyde for information how to take down the Evil Queen.
Ash vs. Evil Dead
Pablo attempts to maintain his grasp on reality after the Necronomicon grants him the gift of premonitions. (Psst… hear the good news?)
ABC News’ Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper moderate this town hall-format debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Season 1 finale: Trace receives an emergency phone call just as he and Abby decide to finally move forward. (Not yet renewed.)
Frank barricades himself on the top floor of the Gallagher home; Debbie gets herself into trouble; Ian experiments with heterosexuality.
As Setrakian works on a plan to trap the Master, Eph and Dutch look for the Master’s “voice”; Fet deals with a personal loss. (Recently renewed and cancelled.)
Series premiere: After more than a decade of marriage, Frances (Sex and the City‘s Sarah Jessica Parker) and Robert (Sideways‘ Thomas Haden Church) must decide if their relationship is worth saving; Molly Shannon (SNL) co-stars. (Read review.)
Series premiere: From executive producer Larry Wilmore (The Nightly Show) comes this comedy about Issa (Awkward Black Girl‘s Issa Rae) and Molly, best friends attempting to navigate the black female experience in Southern Los Angeles.
Watch What Happens: Live
Saturday Night Live Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che join Andy Cohen to discuss the second presidential debate.