On TV this Sunday: Project Greenlight makes the final cut, The Librarians feel right at Holmes, AMC samples Seth Rogen’s Preacher and Ron Howard has a significant Breakthrough. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
The Librarians Return, Project Greenlight Ends and More
MLB World Series
Now up 3-1, the Kansas City Royals attempt to sew up the Fall Classic against the New York Mets in Game 5, live from Citi Field.
Season 2 premiere (two episodes): First, a large storm brews over Manhattan. Then at 9 pm, the team is pitted against Frankenstein’s monster and Sherlock Holmes’ archrival, Moriarty.
Once Upon a Time
A newly discovered spell allows for a chosen one to communicate with Merlin; in Storybrooke, Emma tries to force Rumple’s heroic transformation. (Read preview.)
Series premiere: Each hour follows an acclaimed director (such as EP Ron Howard) as they document the unknown visionaries behind today’s scientific advances.
In the brilliantly titled “Better Call Saul,” Allison and Dar assess the damage as Quinn covers for Carrie.
Rev. Matt Jamison and his wife travel outside of Miracle for answers about her vegetative state, but struggle to get back in upon their return. (Carrie Coon was POTW!)
The Good Wife
Jason goes to extremes when assisting Alicia and Lucca; Howard Lyman claims there is ageism at Lockhart, Agos & Lee; Eli riles up Florrick family drama.
The NATs learn more about surveillance by putting tactics to the test with Miranda and her troubled son, Charlie; Alex is assisted with an FBI computer hack.
Alison gets angry with Noah about his book; Scotty catches Cole in a compromising situation. (ICYMI: Maura Tierney earned a POTW Honorable Mention!)
Part 2 of 3: Maggie travels to Germany to learn more about Callum Reid’s disappearance, where a key witness’ statement is cast in a disturbing light.
Season 4 finale (41 minutes): Jason takes Ben’s advice and screens his film for a test audience, leading to a last-minute edit before its premiere. (Not yet renewed.)