On TV this Sunday: Cedric the Entertainer presides over the small screen’s biggest night, Fox vacates Fantasy Island and Ken Burns unveils his Muhammad Ali retrospective. Here are 15 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
The Emmys, Ken Burns' Muhammad Ali Docu, Fantasy Island Finale, The Circus Reopens and More
At last, Ben, David and Kristen investigate the ominous RSM Fertility clinic. (Fall behind? Read Ep. 9 recap.)
It’s TVLine’s favorite day of the year! Cedric the Entertainer (The Neighborhood) serves as master of ceremonies, live from the Microsoft Theatre with a limited audience of nominees and their guests.
Celebrity Family Feud
Season 7 finale: The Selling Sunset crew challenges Bling Empire. Later, Pentatonix go up against Wilson Philips. (The Chase and To Tell the Truth are also new.)
As the O’Brien family prepares for Jess and David’s wedding; Abby and Evan argue over his hotel.
Fall premiere: The latest cycle will focus on the COVID-19 resurgent, Afghanistan in chaos and Joe Biden’s sweeping domestic agenda.
Season 1 finale (special night and time): An artist is reconnected with his protégé and soon realizes that he may not have been the best influence; Leslie Jordan (Call Me Kat) guest-stars. (Not yet renewed.)
Unspooling over four consecutive nights, the Ken Burns docuseries chronicles the life of the three-time heavyweight boxing champion.
Sunday Night Football
The Baltimore Ravens host the Kansas City Chiefs, live from the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.
On the day of Big Jim’s baby’s baptism, Jack runs around town prepping and promoting the upcoming match at the fair.
J and Pope embark on a road trip to clean up some messy family business; Deran and Craig scout a new mark. (Fall behind? Read Episode 10 recap.)
Axe makes a surprise announcement and rings an unexpected ally to get intel on Chuck; Wendy’s divorce becomes complicated.
The Walking Dead
The Alexandrians encounter Hilltop squatters, as Eugene’s group undergoes orientation at the Commonwealth. (Fall behind? Read Episode 4 recap.)
Isaac skips town as Harris’ investigation forges on; Billy and Lee reunite as Buell celebrates a shotgun wedding.
Work in Progress
Abby and her family hunker down at her father’s home, where they order delivery, watch copious amounts of TV and avoid a looming question.
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