On TV this Sunday: The Walking Dead airs its faux-nale ahead of a forced hiatus, The Rookie interrogates American Idol hopefuls, and country music superstars rock out… at home. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Walking Dead 'Finale,' Virtual ACM Concert, The Rookie Meets Idol Judges, Sharknados and More
Through midnight | All six of the campy Ian Ziering-led movies air in order, with the first two replaying from 8 pm to midnight. (View schedule.)
Atlanta's Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children
Series premiere: This five-part doc tackles the mystery surrounding a string of slain children in 1970s Atlanta, and the call for action by members of its black community.
ACM Presents: Our Country
Two hours: Country’s biggest stars perform and share some of their favorite ACM Awards memories via video chat; Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker and Luke Bryan perform a Kenny Rogers tribute; Gayle King hosts.
War of the Worlds
Season 1 finale: The survivors face their aggressors one last time in an
Epixepic final showdown.
“The truth doesn’t always set one free,” reads the latest ominous description.
World on Fire
Series premiere: Shortly after the start of World War II, a translator (Little Women‘s Jonah Hauer-King) aims to help his Polish lover escape Warsaw; Helen Hunt (Mad About You) and Sean Bean (Game of Thrones) co-star.
Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist
As Zoey tries to reconnect Mitch’s caregiver with his estranged daughter, Max reaches a decision about his future. (Who was a Performer of the Week?)
“Hayes has ideas. Carrie goes shopping. Tasneem has problems,” reads the lean logline. (Which Showtime series are airing split seasons?)
Chen and Bradford face the American Idol judges after responding to a call at the L.A. auditions (yes, really); Chen also befriends a reporter (Grand Hotel‘s Roselyn Sanchez aka Eric Winter’s wife) with unclear intentions.