On TV this Sunday: AMC reboots Halt and Catch Fire, the Critics’ Choice Awards honor TV’s finest, Bob Schieffer bids the Nation adieu and Golan brings his appetite to primetime. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Tonight
Halt and Catch Fire Restarts, Critics' Choice Awards, Bob Schieffer's Goodbye, Golan and More
Face the Nation
In his last broadcast as Face the Nation anchor, Bob Schieffer interviews former governor Jeb Bush and CIA Director John Brennan.
Critics' Choice Television Awards
From the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, the critics honor all the shows you wish got recognized at the Emmys. (See the list of nominees.)
The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe
In the second and final installment, Marilyn (Kelli Garner, Pan Am) gives the performance of her life.
When K.C.’s evil twin accesses the Organization, Craig and Kira hurry to save their daughter and the agency.
Game of Thrones
Arya makes progress in her training, while Sansa confronts an old friend and Jon Snow travels. (See photos.)
As the hospital begins to shut down, Jackie helps Dr. Prince keep an ICU patient from giving up his fight to live.
Golan the Insatiable
Series premiere: Originally part of Saturday’s Animation Domination High-Def lineup, this half-hour comedy follows a godlord (voiced by Rob Riggle, NTSF:SD:SUV) who is transported from an alternate dimension to Oak Grove, Minn. There, his only friend is a macabre, 9-year-old girl (Aubrey Plaza, Parks and Recreation). (Watch a sneak peek.)
Halt and Catch Fire
Season 2 premiere: Cameron and Donna’s gaming company, Mutiny, reaches a critical stage; Joe and Gordon are reunited.
When Luc comes to Odelle and Aslam’s rescue, Odelle learns about the mysterious Frenchman’s past. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Richard accidentally sparks a feud that finds him paranoid about security. (Who earned a Performer of the Week Honorable Mention?)