On TV this Sunday: Silicon Valley powers down, Madam Secretary leaves office, the Arrowverse faces a “Crisis on Infinite Earths” and The L Word introduces Generation Q. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Silicon Valley and Other Series Finales, The L Word Sequel, 'Crisis' Arrives, Miss Universe and More
Nearly 100 women vie for the crown, live from Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta; Steve Harvey of course hosts.
AFV: America, This Is You!
Former hosts Bob Saget and Tom Bergeron join Alfonso Ribeiro to look back at the history of the series, including how it started and how it has evolved over 30 years (fewer rakes to the nuts?).
Crisis on Infinite Earths
Part 1 of 5: The Monitor sends Harbinger to gather all the heroes — Supergirl, The Flash, Green Arrow, Batwoman, White Canary, The Atom and Superman — in preparation for the looming Crisis, while J’onn and Alex work with Lena to figure out a way to save the inhabitants of Earth-38. (Watch a sneak peek.)
God Friended Me
Fall finale: Miles decides to walk away from the God account now that it has caused a rift with Cara — but not before he helps one last Friend suggestion: a window washer (Mr. Robot‘s Elliot Villar) with a sick kid.
NCIS: Los Angeles
Fall finale: Callen and Sam contemplate their future at the agency; Kensi and Deeks discuss having kids; Eric and Nell consider the impact of Eric’s undercover op on their relationship.
The L Word: Generation Q
Sequel series premiere: Bette (Jennifer Beals) announces her candidacy for mayor; Shane (Katherine Moennig) suffers a setback; Alice (Leisha Hailey) juggles rising success and co-parenting with her fiancée Nat (One Mississippi’s Stephanie Allynne); Jacqueline Toboni (Grimm) co-stars. (Watch trailer.)
Fall finale: Nolan and the team escort a serial killer (Marvel’s Runaways‘ Annie Wersching) to the graves of her unrecovered victims, where they unearth more than expected. (Watch sneak peek.)
Series finale (49 minutes): Richard and the team attempt to pull off a spectacular feat on the day of the big launch.
Series finale: Elizabeth kicks off a new landmark political initiative; the McCords gather for a family celebration; Cicely Tyson (HTGAWM), Tyne Daly (Murphy Brown), Grammy winner Peter Frampton and members of the World Cup champion U.S. women’s soccer team guest-star. (Read preview.)
Limited series finale: Eve celebrates a life-changing decision; Brendan has an epiphany.
Work in Progress
Series premiere: Chicago improv mainstay Abby McEnany plays a heightened version of herself in this comedy about a lesbian who enters a transformative relationship with a trans man (The Politician‘s Theo Germaine).