What to Watch Sunday: Leverage S.5 Premiere, The Glades, Longmire & More

News & Notes

Get The Glades Season 2 on DVD at AmazonOn cable tonight, AMC has the fifth season premiere of Breaking Bad, Food Network has the series premiere of 3 Days to Open With Bobby Flay, Discovery Channel has a America’s Most Secret: Structures special, TNT has the fifth season premiere of Leverage, truTV has the series premiere of Combat Pawn, and USA Network has the series premiere of Political Animals.

In late night, Adult Swim has the series premiere of Black Dynamite and AMC has the series premiere of Small Town Security.

Enter our The Glades Season 2 DVD Giveaway.

Prime Picks

Leverage (TNT): Season Premiere. The team attempts to get one over on a greedy shipping company executive, played by guest star Cary Elwes, whose cost cutting measures were responsible for a plane crash. Also, the team sets up shop in Portland while they lay low. Plays again later.

The Glades (A&E): New. An anti-government group is standing in the way of a murder investigation. Callie is trying to find her old cell phone that contains proof of her being blackmailed. Plays again later. The previous two episodes replay earlier this morning.

Longmire (A&E): New. Walt is investigating the brutal assault of a beer distributor. Vic’s husband doesn’t like Walt much. Plays twice and again later twice. The previous two episodes replay earlier today.

Other Options

  • Army Wives (Lifetime): New. Pamela and Chase invite Roxy and Trevor to join them in Miami. Plays again later.
  • Awkward. (MTV): Repeats. The previous two episodes of this season replay. Both play earlier today as well along with the season premiere.
  • Breaking Bad (AMC): Season Premiere. Walt is dealing with the result of the explosion. Hank wraps up his investigation. Plays again later two times.
  • Drop Dead Diva (Lifetime): New. Jane defends someone she used to babysit. Parker is trying to land a new investor. Teri and Stacy learn something about Owen. Plays again later.
  • Episodes (Showtime): New. They are all trying to figure out what they should do in regards to the death of Merc’s father. Plays again later. Such a great episode, especially how it ends.
  • Falling Skies (TNT): New. Hal comes across some de-harnessed kids and someone from his past while on patrol. Weaver is dealing with health issues. Plays again later. The previous episode replays earlier today.
  • The Newsroom (HBO): New. Will gets into it with a gossip columnist, which cause him problems in the tabloids. Don gets Maggie to set Jim up with her roommate. Plays twice.
  • The Next Food Network Star (Food Network): New. The remaining contestants compete. Plays again later.
  • Political Animals (USA Network): Series Premiere. Political drama chronicling the lives of the former First Family, where the First Lady is now Secretary of State, played by Sigourney Weaver, and dealing with a crisis in Iran and a reporter, played by Carla Gugino. Runs 84 minutes. Plays again later. I haven’t had a chance to watch it yet, but I’ve heard great things. Looking forward to it.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN has Sunday Night Baseball action with the St. Louis Cardinals at the Cincinnati Reds.
  • NBC has final round coverage of the U.S. Senior Open golf tournament.
  • TBS has MLB action today with the Los Angeles Angels at the New York Yankees.
  • TNT has NASCAR racing action with the Sprint Cup: Lennox Industrial Tools 301 today.

Late Night

  • Royal Pains (USA Network): Repeat. Last Wednesday’s episode, “You Give Love a Bad Name,” replays.
  • White Collar (USA Network): Repeat. Last Tuesday’s fourth season premiere episode, “Wanted,” replays.

Sunday TV Marathons

A&E has seven episodes of Criminal Minds.
Centric has 26 episodes of The Steve Harvey Show.
gmc has 10 episodes of The Waltons.
Hallmark Movie Channel has five Jane Doe mystery movies.
TV One has 12 episodes of Martin tonight.
USA Network has 10 episodes of NCIS.

Sunday gets even more crowded tonight with the premieres of Breaking Bad, Leverage and Political Animals. Will you be adding any them to what you have already been watching on Sunday night TV?

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