TV Sunday: Resurrection S.1 Finale, Game of Thrones, The Good Wife & More
News & Notes
Tonight, ABC has the first season finale of Resurrection and PBS has the second season finale of The Bletchley Circle.
Over on cable, Bravo has the sixth season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion special, Comedy Central has a David Spade: My Fake Problems comedy special, Cooking Channel has the second season finale of The Freshman Class, Discovery Channel has an Everest Avalanche Tragedy special and a Bear Grylls: Everest After the Avalance special, and Spike TV has the series premiere of Hungry Investors.
Once Upon a Time (ABC): New. Everyone attempts to protect Mary Margaret from Zelena.
The Good Wife (CBS): New. Alicia goes to her mother for advice about her romantic life. Some friends of Diane come to her for help with their son.
Silicon Valley (HBO): New. Erlich attempts to get a graffiti artist to create a logo for Pied Piper. Jared wants to create company efficiency. Richards learns he has eight weeks before he has to do a live presentation. Plays again later.
Veep (HBO): New. Amy and Dan continue to compete to become Selina’s campaign manager. Gary’s shoulder pain could end his career. Plays again later.
The Simpsons (FOX): New. For episode 550, Homer wakes up to find that everyone and everything is made of Legos. Runs 30 minutes.
Game of Thrones (HBO): New. Tywin and Cersei make plans for the Crown. Dany thinks about her future plans. Jon Snow takes his group on a new mission. Plays again later.
Crisis (NBC): New. Dunn tries to help Meg. Gibson makes a demand that could result in the release of a large number of hostages. Finley attempts to stop a parent from reaching Gibson’s latest target.
- Believe (NBC): New. Bo tries to help a musical prodigy, which takes her away from her training. Winter puts his contingency plan in action. Skouras tests a new breakout.
- Devious Maids (Lifetime): New. Marisol finds out something about Nicolas and Opal. Carmen is set to perform. Evelyn gets tired of Aidan’s behavior. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 61 minutes. Plays again later.
- Drop Dead Diva (Lifetime): New. Owen helps the Mayor of Malibu. Jane takes the case of a teenager girl that needs a bone marrow transplant. Kim lets Stacy babysit her son. Runs 61 minutes. Plays again later.
- Mad Men (AMC): New. Don contacts an old friend. Roger has some problems at home. Peggy gets underestimated. Runs 64 minutes. Plays again later.
- The Mentalist (CBS): New. A grand jury decides whether Jane should be charged in the murder of Red John. Libson wants to know how Jane really feels about her potentially leaving. Abbott and Cho continue to pursue leads in the human smuggling ring.
- Resurrection (ABC): Season Finale. The town begins to freak as a large number of people have returned all at once and they can no longer keep the phenomenon under wraps. Runs 61 minutes.
- Revenge (ABC): New. Emily takes extreme measures against the Graysons. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 59 minutes.
- Turn (AMC): New. Celeb and Ben follow a set of mysterious orders. Washington’s army heads into enemy territory. Plays again later.
- ABC has doubleheader NBA Playoffs action today.
- ESPN has Sunday Night Baseball MLB action tonight with the St. Louis Cardinals at the Chicago Cubs.
- MLB Network has a game today.
- Playing House (USA Network): Repeats. The series premiere episode, “Pilot,” and the second episode, “Bird Bones,” replay.
Sunday TV Marathons
Criminal Minds (A&E): Six episodes early.
CSI: Miami (WEtv): Seven episodes tonight.
Law & Order (TNT): Nine episodes.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (USA Network): Seven episodes today.
Leverage (ION): Has 10 episodes.
NCIS: Los Angeles (USA Network): Seven episodes tonight.