On TV this Sunday: The Walking Dead kicks off Season 8 with its 100th episode, Outlander stages a highly anticipated reunion and Larry David enters therapy with the man once known as Heisenberg. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
Walking Dead Returns, Outlander's Big Reunion and More
Exorcist director William Friedkin and American Gods EP Neil Gaiman lend their voices to “Treehouse of Horror XXVIII,” during which Maggie is possessed by an ancient demon.
Star Trek: Discovery
The U.S.S. Discovery crew is fascinated by new addition Lt. Ash Tyler; Sarek turns to Burnham for help recovering old memories. (Who received TVLine accolades?)
The Walking Dead
Season 8 premiere (Episode 100): Rick and his group bring the fight directly to Negan and the Saviors. (View photos; a two-hour Talking Dead follows at 10:07 pm.)
The pimps fear for the future of their business as the police attempt to clean up the streets; Candy eyes a new on-set opportunity.
In the penultimate Season 5 episode, Ray goes in search of Frank Barnes in order to get Bridget out of jail. Meanwhile, Terry deals with Damon’s father.
Pitches include a line of paternity clothing for new dads and an improvement on children’s story time; Spanx founder Sara Blakely serves as a guest Shark.
Season 2 premiere (two episodes): Isaiah embarks on an elk-hunting expedition with former President Graves.
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Larry’s therapist (played by Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston) accuses him of overstepping his bounds. (Is Season 9 too star-studded?)
Elizabeth attempts to secure funding for an electrical grid in a Syrian refugee camp amid a government shutdown. (Read preview.)