What to Watch Tonight

Walking Dead Preview, Chuck Versus the Pyramid and More


On TV this Sunday: Chris Hardwick gives viewers a glimpse of what’s in store on The Walking Dead, Zachary Levi comes to play on Pyramid and Nathan Fillion is Geeking Out. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • NBC
    2016 Summer Olympics

    Select primetime offerings include both men and women’s diving, gymnastics and track and field. Plus, the women’s beach volleyball quarterfinals.

  • Hallmark
    Chesapeake Shores

    Series premiere: A career-driven single mother (Once Upon a Time‘s Meghan Ory) moves back home to help keep her family’s Maryland hotel afloat; Jesse Metcalfe (Dallas), Treat Williams (Everwood) and Diane Ladd (Enlightened) co-star.

  • HBO
    The Night Of

    Prosecutor Helen Weiss readies for trial; Naz and Freddy’s alliance grows stronger. (Fall behind? Read Michael Slezak’s Episode 5 recap.)

  • Showtime
    Ray Donovan

    Daryll and Lena help Ray guarantee the rematch with Whittaker. (Good news, Dono-fans!)

  • Starz
    Power

    Tommy searches for the person who attempted to end his life; Proctor comes to Ghost with a problem. (Watch sneak peek.)

  • ABC
    $100,000 Pyramid

    Chuck vet (and recent Tony nominee) Zachary Levi faces off against The Fosters‘ Teri Polo; also, Baby Daddy‘s Melissa Peterman vs. former Soprano Steve Schirripa. (Did you hear the good news?)

  • TNT
    The Last Ship

    Chandler gets a lead that could help answer threatening questions; Kara does some digging at the White House. (Get upcoming scoop.)

  • AMC
    The Walking Dead Preview Special

    Chris Hardwick sits down with Talking Dead fave Yvette Nicole Brown and TWD‘s Austin Amelio to discuss the “gruesome” Season 7 (premiering in October).

  • CBS
    BrainDead

    Gustav and Rochelle question a potential infected suspect; Luke and Red have at it during a Senate Intelligence meeting.

  • AMC
    Geeking Out

    Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg welcome guests Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk (of Con Men) and J.J. Abrams.