On TV this Sunday: Billions is back, Silicon Valley returns in a post-T.J. Miller world and the president’s alleged ex-mistress talks to 60 Minutes. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Billions and Silicon Valley Return, 60 Minutes Gets Stormy, Bill Hader Is Barry and More
Through 9 pm | Catch up on the first nine episodes of the acclaimed J.K. Simmons drama, ahead of the Season 1 finale on April 1.
NCAA Basketball Tournament
Two games: Texas Tech vs. Villanova (at 2 pm); Duke vs. Kansas (at 4:30 pm). (View complete NCAA line-up.)
Anderson Cooper interviews adult film star Stormy Daniels, who allegedly had an affair with
David DennisonPresident Trump more than a decade ago. (Watch teaser.)
Call the Midwife
Season 7 premiere (two episodes): Lucille is called in to assist with a breech birth; Trixie worries that a mother’s blood type will affect her newborn.
Lizzie turns to Dylan for help with a case involving a murdered venture capitalist whose corpse is put on ritualistic display.
Jake is called in to negotiate a hostage situation involving the Pontiac Bandit (returning guest star Craig Robinson); Amy and Gina assist Charles with his new food truck.
Season 3 premiere: Chuck receives a mandate from his new boss; Axe contends with a difficult decision made in the wake of his recent indictment. (Watch trailer.)
Series premiere: This drama chronicles the 1973 kidnapping of Getty oil fortune heir John Paul Getty III (newcomer Harris Dickinson); Donald Sutherland (The Hunger Games), Hilary Swank (Boys Don’t Cry), Brendan Fraser (The Affair), Michael Esper (Shades of Blue) and Norbert Leo Butz (Bloodline) co-star. (Watch trailer.)
Cameron and his team utilize the art of escapology [insert eye roll] when a museum guide is taken hostage.
In 1941 Hollywood, the team partners with actress Hedy Lamarr (Vikings‘ Alyssa Sutherland) to retrieve the one and only copy of Citizen Kane from a Rittenhouse agent.
Season 5 premiere: Richard is forced to grow Pied Piper in ways he never intended; Dinesh and Gifoyle stress about their decision-making abilities. (Watch trailer.)
Series premiere: A depressed hitman (SNL vet Bill Hader) follows his mark to an acting class, where he quickly grows enamored with the craft; Henry Winkler (Arrested Development), Stephen Root (Office Space) and Sarah Goldberg (Hindsight) co-star. (Watch trailer.)