What to Watch Tonight

Bette and Joan's FEUD Ends, Silicon Valley Returns and More


On TV this Sunday: Bette Davis and Joan Crawford’s FEUD comes to an end, Silicon Valley boots back up, BBC America puts the brakes on Top Gear and Lifetime introduces viewers to a killer ER doc. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • BBC America
    Top Gear

    Season 24 finale: Matt LeBlanc gets behind the wheel of a Russian rescue vehicle; Rory Reid repurposes the world’s ugliest car into a luxury yacht. (Get scoop on new U.S. spinoff.)

  • CBS
    NCIS: Los Angeles

    Admirals Chegwidden (JAG‘s John M. Jackson) and Bridges (Dexter‘s James Remar) assist the team when a Navy captain (Alias‘ Carl Lumbly) kidnaps a VA administrator. (Finale scoop!)

  • Starz
    The White Princess

    King Henry VII tours the kingdom; Lizzie’s pregnancy complicates her loyalties. (EP defends changing book’s rape scene.)

  • NBC
    Chicago Justice

    Antonio and Nagel discover that a mom desperately trying to save her kidnapped daughter was responsible for a deadly hit-and-run.

  • Hallmark
    When Calls the Heart

    Season 4 finale: The town rallies behind Abigail as Cody fights for his life. (Not yet renewed.)

  • Fox
    The Last Man on Earth

    The gang plots a celebration that canvasses every holiday; Tandy and Todd’s bromance hits a snag.

  • FX
    FEUD: Bette and Joan

    Season finale (81 minutes): Joan accepts a new role despite her waning health; Bette reflects on her feud with Joan as she deals with a new rival. (Who won POTW? Plus: renewal status.)

  • Lifetime
    Mary Kills People

    Stateside premiere: In this Canadian import, an ER doc (Hannibal‘s Caroline Dhavernas) secretly helps terminal patients pass on; Jay Ryan (Beauty and the Beast) co-stars. (Read preview.)

  • ABC
    American Crime

    Dustin realizes he is no longer safe after the fatal incident at the webcam house; Kimara, still struggling with a recent decision, decides to step away from work.

  • HBO
    Silicon Valley

    Season 4 premiere: The guys struggle to get the funding needed for Pied Piper’s video-chat app; Richard receives advice from an unlikely source. (Watch trailer.)