On TV this Sunday: The Emmy Awards fly without a host, The Circus delves into the 2020 presidential race and Jennifer Jason Leigh joins in The Affair. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Emmy Awards, Circus Reopens, Game Show Finales and More
Fall premiere: The Democratic candidates crisscross the country to get their messages to the public; President Trump deals with an unprecedented number of primary challengers.
Tasha recruits new soldiers for her empire; Proctor warns Tommy about a snitch; Tariq plays Vincent. (Fall behind? Read Episode 4 recap.)
Fear the Walking Dead
65 minutes: Al responds to Virginia’s statement; June leads the search for a new home. (Will TWD‘s Daryl and Carol finally happen?)
The $100,000 Pyramid
Season 4 finale: Contestants include Bobby Moynihan (SNL), Hasan Minhaj (Patriot Act), Mario Cantone (Sex and the City) and journalist Katie Couric.
Sierra struggles to balance motherhood and acting; Jennifer Jason Leigh (Patrick Melrose) guest-stars. (Which former cast member is set to return?)
Kendall and Roman head to the UK to negotiate with their mother; Rhea’s presence continues to raise suspicions.
To Tell the Truth
Season 4 finale: Panelists include Oliver Hudson (Splitting Up Together), Chris D’Elia (Undateable), Craig Robinson (The Office) and Rita Moreno (One Day at a Time).
65 minutes: In the series’ penultimate episode, the Messiah finally arrives, as God tries to divide the heroes amid their efforts to prevent the world from ending.
Season 15 finale: Alton Brown explores what yeast has to offer… with an apocalyptic twist.
NEXT SUNDAY: 60 Minutes, America’s Funniest Home Videos, Bob’s Burgers, Capt. Holt’s beloved Durrells in Corfu, Family Guy, God Friended Me, NCIS: Los Angeles, Poldark, Robot Chicken, The Rookie, Shark Tank and The Simpsons return, plus the series premieres of Bless the Harts and Godfather of Harlem.