On TV this Sunday: Bubble comedy Last Man on Earth sets itself up for another (?) season, Starz launches its adaptation of Sweetbitter and Brooklyn Nine-Nine deals with an active shooter. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Last Man on Earth Finale, Sweetbitter Is Served and More
Call the Midwife
Season 7 finale: The team readies for Sister Monica Joan’s birthday; expectant moms flood Nonnatus House after a maternity home closes. (Get renewal status.)
Series premiere: This half-hour drama, based on Stephanie Danler’s novel of the same name, focuses on a twentysomething (Maleficent‘s Ella Purnell) who becomes immersed in a world of debauchery and fine dining after she lands a job at one of the best restaurants in NYC; Caitlin FitzGerald (UnREAL) co-stars. (Read preview; watch trailer.)
Series premiere: This half-hour drama follows two very different Mexican-American sisters who return their old neighborhood and discover a surprising truth about their mother; Mishel Prada and Melissa Barrera star.
New time slot alert! Axe and Chuck face mounting evidence linking them to the Ice Juice sabotage; Taylor questions Wendy’s motivations.
Fear the Walking Dead
67 minutes: Al’s questioning uncovers shocking truths about the group’s past; John Dorie receives sudden news.
The Last Man on Earth
Season 4 finale: The survivors decide to leave Zihuatanejo behind after discovering the hidden dangers in their mansion. (Watch sneak peek; not yet renewed.)
I'm Dying Up Here
Season 2 premiere: Goldie attempts to expand her comedy empire, just as her estranged daughter comes back into her life; Cassie anxiously awaits the premiere of her special.
The Time Team travels back to the day President Reagan was shot, only to discover that the target is actually — gasp! — a young Agent Christopher. (Read preview.)
The team works with an unexpected partner, while Gunter makes a discover that promises to change everything. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Elizabeth is shadowed by a newspaper reporter (The Mentalist‘s Tim Kang) who may be using his access to write a tell-all book.
35 minutes: Barry makes a difficult decision following the deadly shootout at the airstrip; Sally worries that her performance will be compromised.