On TV this Sunday: Madam Secretary marks a milestone, Sally4Ever wraps its freshman run and Fox revisits The Simpsons‘ 1989 debut. Here are 13 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Madam Secretary's 100th, Sally4Ever Finale and More
Ice Age: Mammoth Christmas
In this 2011 cartoon, Sid, Crash, Eddie and Peaches head to the North Pole so Sid can convince Santa that he doesn’t belong on the naughty list.
Christmas Made to Order
TV-movie premiere: An architect (Mean Girls‘ Jonathan Bennett) hires a holiday coordinator (Spy Kids‘ Alexa PenaVega) to help plan a family Christmas gathering.
Disney’s Prep and Landing
In this 2009 ‘toon, an elite, high-tech unit of Elves ensure that homes around the world are prepared for a visit from Saint Nick. (Prep & Landing 2 follows at 8:30 pm.)
Repeat to Revisit: The first-ever episode, which aired on this day in 1989, finds Homer trying to earn some extra money for Christmas gifts.
Episode No. 100 (Part 1 of 2): Elizabeth clashes with a U.S. governor over the state’s family separation policy. (Part 2 airs Sunday, Jan. 6.)
The Year: 2018
120 minutes: Robin Roberts’ annual special chronicles the most notable events in news and pop culture from the last 12 months.
Torres takes a major risk to bring a fallen comrade back to Berlin; April discovers the full value of her asset’s medical tech.
Ray tries to salvage Novak’s campaign save Mac’s life; Bridget discovers some uncomfortable truths about her father. (Psst… hear the good news?)
The team begins to worry about Samantha’s chances in the pageant following her first review board interview.
John gets clean for Debra and puts his sister through the wringer.
Escape at Dannemora
The penultimate hour reveals what Matt and Sweat are truly capable of outside the prison’s walls. (Who was Performer of the Week?)
Season 1 finale (40 minutes): Emma’s romantic getaway does not go as planned; Sally meets actor Sean Bean.