On TV this Sunday: FX strikes a Pose, HBO debuts new family drama Succession and Fear the Walking Dead deals with unantipicated consequences. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Ryan Murphy's Pose, HBO's Succession and More
iHeartRadio Wango Tango
90 minutes: Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes, Meghan Trainor, 5 Seconds of Summer, Janelle Monae, NF, Miguel, and Marshmello and Logic perform; Ryan Seacrest hosts.
Dylan and Lizzie investigate the attempted murder of a famous author; Lizzie gets close to discovering the truth about her fiance’s death.
Emma struggles to find relief following her encounter with Cruz; Mari refuses to play the part of victim.
Chuck gets a call from a friend in need; Taylor argues with Axe about his positioning at the firm; Connerty uncovers hidden information.
Fear the Walking Dead
62 minutes: Madison helps an adversary, unaware of the potential consequences; John’s life hangs in the balance.
A dating app developer on the verge of a major breakthrough checks in at Grey House; Cassie and Sam play matchmaker for a perfect couple.
Series premiere: Ryan Murphy’s latest drama chronicles the rise of the underground LGBT subculture known as “ball” culture in 1980s NYC; Evan Peters (American Horror Story), Kate Mara (House of Cards) and James Van Der Beek (Dawson’s Creek) star. (Watch trailer.)
This week’s cryptic teaser simply reads, “Strike the match.” Interpret that as you will!
Series premiere: From EP Adam McKay (The Big Short) comes this drama about an aging media mogul (Deadwood‘s Brian Cox) determined to stay on as CEO, while his four adult children wait in the wings. (Watch trailer.)
Into the Badlands
Sunny and Baljie call in a favor; The Widow interrogates a captive who threatens to jeopardize peace with Pilgrim.