On TV this Sunday: True Detective returns after a three-and-a-half year hiatus, Claire Foy is honored at the Critics’ Choice Awards and Ray Donovan, Rel and Dirty John reach the end of their respective seasons. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
True Detective Returns, Ray Donovan and Dirty John Finales, Critics' Choice Awards and More
AFC Divisional Game
The New England Patriots host the Los Angeles Chargers, live from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
NFC Divisional Game
The New Orleans Saints face off against the Philadelphia Eagles, live from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
The Critics' Choice Awards
The Crown‘s Claire Foy is honored with the #SeeHer Award; Big Bang Theory producer Chuck Lorre receives the Critics’ Choice Creative Achievement Award; Taye Diggs (All American) hosts.
God Friended Me
Miles may be in over his head when the God account sends him 76 (!) Friend suggestions.
Jamie, Claire and Young Ian set out to rescue Roger; Brianna becomes close with one of Jamie’s old friends. (Fall behind? Read Episode 10 recap.)
Valley of the Boom
Limited series premiere (two episodes): This docudrama chronicles the tech boom of the 1990s and subsequent bubble burst; Bradley Whitford (West Wing), Steve Zahn (Treme) and Lamorne Morris (New Girl) star.
Season 6 finale: Ray revisits his past with his father; Smitty learns what it means to be a part of the family. (Check renewal status.)
Season 3 premiere: Victoria faces pressure from all sides as revolution sweeps across Europe and new faces arrive at the palace.
Peter is handpicked by President Trump to be the new White House press secretary. (Think he’ll last longer than The Mooch?)
Season 1 finale: Rel travels to Cleveland after his daughter gets into trouble at school; Brittany helps Nat make a vision board. (Check renewal status.)
Season 1 finale: John and Debra’s relationship reaches a breaking point. (Check renewal status.)