On TV this Sunday: It’s the beginning of the end for Into the Badlands, American Idol enters Hollywood Week and Family Guy gets very meta. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Into the Badlands' End Begins, Idol Hits Hollywood and More
NCAA Basketball Tournament
Eight games: Tennessee vs. Iowa (12:00 pm, CBS); Washington vs. North Carolina (2:30 pm, CBS); UCF vs. Duke (5:00 pm, CBS); Buffalo vs. Texas Tech (6:00 pm, TNT); Liberty vs. Va. Tech (7:00 pm, TBS); Oklahoma vs. Virginia (7:30 pm, truTV); Ohio St. vs. Houston (8:30 pm, TNT); UC Irvine vs. Oregon (9:30 pm, TBS).
As Hollywood Week gets underway, there’s a heartfelt gift from Luke Bryan and (unrelated) an emergency trip to the hospital . (Who gave the best auditions?)
Docuseries premiere: This series explores the legalization of sports gambling and the ramifications on the industry at large.
Shadow travels to Cairo with Sam Black Crow; Mr. Wednesday and Laura form an alliance with a powerful god. (Psst… hear the good news?)
Axe clicks with a venture capitalist as he works to destroy Taylor; Chuck goes after a new position.
Macy asks Harry and Charity for help with her memory lapses, as she begins to piece together her vision. (Watch sneak peek.)
The Walking Dead
The four communities come together for a fair at the Kingdom. (Who got TVLine accolades?; Talking Dead airs at 11:27 pm, following Into the Badlands.)
In this very meta episode, the Griffins provide commentary on their recent adventures and reveal never-before-seen drama between Peter and Lois; Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story) guest-voices.
Rio clashes with Annie and he and Beth take up a new business opportunity.
Elizabeth’s staff struggles with a global warming treaty; a measles outbreak threatens Daisy’s daughter. (Should CBS Keep or Cut?)
Into the Badlands
Season 3B premiere (87 minutes; special night): Sunny and Bajie confront Pilgrim as he reveals his deadly plan for the Badlands. (Episode 2 airs at its regular day and time, Monday at 10 pm; officially cancelled.)