What to Watch Today

Walking Dead Heads for Hiatus, Dirty John Debuts and More

On TV this Sunday: The Walking Dead goes on break, Connie Britton gets involved with Dirty John and D.J. Tanner leads A Shoe Addict’s Christmas. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • BET
    Soul Train Awards

    Faith Evans, Erykah Badu and Bell Biv Devoe perform; Tichina Arnold (The Neighborhood) and Tisha Campbell-Martin (My Wife and Kids) host.

  • Hallmark Channel
    A Shoe Addict’s Christmas

    A “holiday hater” (Fuller House‘s Candace Cameron Bure) is visited by her guardian angel (Legion‘s Jean Smart) after getting trapped in a department store on Christmas Eve; Luke Macfarlane (Killjoys) co-stars.

  • BBC America
    Doctor Who

    70 minutes: The Doctor and her companions get caught up in a witch trial in 17th Century Lancashire. (Fall behind? Read Episode 7 recap here.)

  • Starz

    Jamie, Claire and Young Ian begin to build a home; Roger tries to reconnect with Brianna in the 20th Century. (Fall behind? Read Episode 3 recap.)

  • The CW

    James falls in deeper with the Children of Liberty; Supergirl and Manchester Black try to track down Agent Liberty. (Watch latest “Elseworlds” promo.)

  • Fox
    The Simpsons

    Krusty flees to the circus after nearly killing Homer in a brawl; Billy Eichner (American Horror Story) and Peter Serafinowicz (The Tick) guest-voice.

  • AMC
    The Walking Dead

    Fall finale (64 minutes): A rescue mission is jeopardized when an unexpected threat emerges. (Return date TBA; Talking Dead follows at 10:04 pm.)

  • Showtime
    Ray Donovan

    Ray plans to spend the day with Conor before he heads overseas; Sam and Ray scheme to raise Anita’s popularity.

  • CBS
    NCIS: Los Angeles

    The team investigates a robbery at the home of a Navy captain after classified information is stolen. (How soon will Hetty be back?!)

  • Bravo
    Dirty John

    Series premiere: Connie Britton (9-1-1) stars as Debra Newell, a woman who thinks she’s met the perfect guy (The Time Traveler’s Wife‘s Eric Bana), only to get wrapped up in a web of lies and manipulation; Julia Garner (Ozark) and Jean Smart (Legion) co-stars. (Read our “D” review.)