On TV this Sunday: The Undoing unveils its killer, Spanish Princess comes to an end, and Fargo and Walking Dead: World Beyond wrap their seasons. Here are 15 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
The Undoing and Spanish Princess End, Fargo Finale, the Soul Train Awards and More
If I Only Had Christmas
TV-movie premiere: A cheerful publicist (Fuller House‘s Candace Cameron Bure) teams up with a cynical business owner (The Village‘s Warren Christie) to help a charity at Christmastime.
Once Upon a Main Street
TV-movie premiere: A man and a woman (BH90210‘s Vanessa Lachey and Chuck‘s Ryan McPartlin) take over the responsibilities for an annual holiday competition; Patrick Duffy (Dallas) and Polly Draper (thirtysomething) co-star.
When Xander, Ralen and Jett return to Earth, they find it completely devoid of life — except for the mysterious Jax. (Get CW midseason premiere dates.)
Skinner and Chalmers take a road trip to Ohio to attend an administrators convention; Hannibal Buress (Broad City) guest-voices. (Get Fox midseason dates.)
Soul Train Awards
Babyface, Brandy, Monica, CeeLo Green, Smokey Robinson and more perform; Tisha Campbell and Tichina Arnold host. (View nominees.)
The Spanish Princess
Series finale: Henry’s descent into madness threatens Catherine’s life.
Sunday Night Football
The Chicago Bears take on the Green Bay Packers.
Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas
In the 2011 ‘toon, Manny, Sid and Diego (voiced by Ray Romano, John Leguizamo and Denis Leary) wind up on Santa’s naughty list.
When Linda’s parents have a layover at a nearby airport, Bob and Linda try turning it into their annual visit.
My Psychedelic Love Story
The documentary examines the life of Timothy Leary, the “high priest of LSD,” through the eyes of his adventurous copilot and lover Joanna Harcourt-Smith.
Talon realizes death may be the only way to save her friends, as an old enemy resurfaces with a dark power.
The Walking Dead: World Beyond
Season 1 finale (144 minutes, special time): A startling revelation casts a new light, while the divided group struggles to reunite. (Previously renewed for final season.)
By Whatever Means Necessary: The Times of Godfather of Harlem
Docuseries finale: The call for Black Power sparks a cultural shift around the world, as new voices like the Black Panthers sprout up; Black music infiltrates the mainstream.
Season 4 finale: Oraetta comes clean; Josto gets revenge; Ebal teaches Loy a lesson about business.
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Nov. 29, 1991, the sitcom Roc hosted U.S. TV’s first same-sex wedding, between newly out Uncle Russell (played by Richard Roundtree) and his Caucasian beau, Chris.