What to Watch Today

Patriots vs. Steelers, Valerie Harper Tribute, Fallon and More

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On TV this Sunday: Jimmy Fallon hosts a post-SNF edition of The Tonight Show, MeTV revisits the best of Rhoda Morgenstern and 60 Minutes says goodbye to a veteran correspondent. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • MeTV
    'The Best of Rhoda Morgenstern' Marathon

    Through 8 pm | The network pays tribute to the late Valerie Harper with a selection of episodes from The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Rhoda. (View lineup.)

  • CBS
    60 Minutes

    The long-running newsmagazine pays tribute to correspondent Steve Kroft, who is set to retire after 30 years.

  • BET
    Black Girls Rock!

    150 minutes: India.Arie, Common, Erykah Badu, Ari Lennox, Elle Varner, Monica and many more perform; Niecy Nash (Claws) hosts.

  • Discovery Channel
    Serengeti

    Docuseries finale (77 minutes): The animals of the region struggle to survive after a massive fire creates a barren wasteland.

  • Starz
    Power

    In 50 Cent’s directorial debut, the Feds keep Dre in custody; Jason asks Tommy and Ghost to kidnap Alicia Jiminez. (Read preview.)

  • NBC
    Sunday Night Football

    Time slot premiere: The New England Patriots begin their defense of the Lombardi Trophy in a matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

  • AMC
    Fear the Walking Dead

    Logan’s motives become known — and a dangerous threat emerges. (Fall behind? Read Episode 12 recap. Also, read TWD preview.)

  • Showtime
    The Affair

    Sasha suggests a change to Noah’s script; Helen and Sasha hit it off. (Fall behind? Read Episode 2 recap.)

  • HBO
    Succession

    Logan’s plan for the Pearce buyout gets derailed when Shiv, Roman and Connor deviate from their carefully orchestrated roles.

  • NBC
    The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

    Immediately following late local news: The first of five, post-NFL broadcasts welcomes Jamie Foxx and Michael B. Jordan (Just Mercy), new daytime-TV host Kelly Clarkson and singer Kane Brown.