On TV this Sunday: Big Little Lies‘ Nicole Kidman returns to HBO, 60 Minutes airs its Biden and (leaked) Trump interviews, and the Fall Classic heads into Game 5. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
The Undoing Premiere, Trump/Biden on 60 Minutes and More
President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and running mate Sen. Kamala Harris are interviewed. (Watch White House’s leaked footage.)
Flesh and Blood
Season 1 finale: Jack and Leila’s reconciliation suffers a potentially fatal blow; Vivien tries to quell her children’s fears about Mark, as doubts haunt her mind.
Jax and the team are haunted by disturbing nightmares as they search for a lost alien race that may be the key to saving the universe.
Sunday Night Football
The Seattle Seahawks visit the Arizona Cardinals, live from State Farm Stadium. (Football Night in America precedes at 7 pm.)
Fear the Walking Dead
Al and Dwight run a recon mission in search of Ginny, but Al must choose between “what she has now and what she’s chasing.” (Read Episode 2 recap.)
The Good Lord Bird
John and Onion head to Canada on foot to continue their fundraising; Harriet Tubman endorses Brown in front of a room of recruits.
Series premiere: A murder, a disappearance and “several horrendous revelations” push a therapist (Big Little Lies‘ Nicole Kidman) to her breaking point; Hugh Grant (A Very English Scandal), Donald Sutherland (Trust), Edgar Ramírez (American Crime Story) and Lily Rabe (American Horror Story) co-star. (Read preview; TVLine’s Dave Nemetz gives it a “B+.”)
The Comedy Store
After a seven-year ban, Joe Rogan returns to the Store; the club becomes one of the hottest spots for comedy, thanks to the success of podcasts from Rogan, Marc Maron, Bill Burr and Whitney Cummings.
Josto challenges authority and Rabbi risks his life, while Gaetano pays the price. (Who earned a Performer of the Week mention?)
♦ ON THIS DATE IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Oct. 25, 1990, The Simpsons erected its first
“Treehouse of Horror,” which included a haunted house,
the introduction of abduction-happy aliens Kang and
Kodos, and an ode to Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven.”