On TV this Sunday: The Oscars fly without a host, Top Gear kicks off its 30th season, and Promising Young Woman‘s Carey Mulligan learns some startling family history. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
The Oscars, Top Gear Returns, Norman Reedus and More
Marianne Gowdie is revealed to share the same blood disorder as Dorothy; Alex has an odd night.
Cinema’s biggest night goes without a host, with pre-recorded performances by Leslie Odom Jr., Diane Warren and Laura Pausini, H.E.R., and Celeste and Daniel Pemberton. (View nominees.)
My Grandparents' War
Carey Mulligan (Promising Young Woman) learns about her grandfather’s battle against the Japanese in World War II, and how he lost his closest friends from a kamikaze attack at sea.
Season 30 premiere: Freddie, Chris and Paddy reunite with their dads’ old cars; Chris tests out Lamborghini’s most powerful ride: the hybrid Sian.
Martha is pressed to exploit her friendship with Roosevelt.
City on a Hill
Decourcy and Siobhan battle in court; Jackie schemes his way into a new mission; Grace does something desperate to help her son.
Fear the Walking Dead
Morgan tries to unite all of the survivors at his settlement; Daniel faces a challenge in hopes of protecting his friends. (Fall behind? Read Episode 9 recap.)
Godfather of Harlem
Bumpy takes on the Genovese crime family with hopes of regaining control of Harlem.
Amalia works to expand the Orphanage’s reach with help from an unlikely ally; Penance hopes to amplify Mary’s song across the city. (Fall behind? Read Episode 2 recap.)
When Calls the Heart
A town wedding forces everyone to reevaluate their relationships; Rosemary discovers there’s more happening in Hope Valley than meets the eye.
Ride With Norman Reedus
Season 5 finale: Reedus and the show’s crew tell behind-the-scenes stories about their weirdest and most surprising experiences on the road.