It’s another busy Sunday night for TV. DVR’s will get a break soon, though as several shows have their fall finales this week.
Here’s the lineup.
7pm – America’s Funniest Home Videos
8pm – Celebrity Jeopardy – Ray Romano, Joel Kim Booster, and Melissa Rauch play.
9pm – Celebrity Wheel of Fortune – Jaime Camil, Michael Rapaport, and June Diane Raphael play.
10pm – The Rookie
Most likely delayed by football.
7:30pm – 60 Minutes
8:30pm – FBI
9:30pm – East New York
10:3pm – NCIS: Los Angeles
8pm – Family Law
9pm – Coroner
8pm – The Masked Singer
9pm – LEGO Masters
8pm – Sunday Night Football – Tennessee at Kansas City
Various Non-Streaming Options
Miss Scarlet and the Duke is on PBS at 8 followed by Magpie Murders at 9 and Annika at 10.
Alaskan Bush People is on Discovery at 8 followed by Alaska: The Last Frontier at 9 and Love Off the Grid at 10.
Lost Treasure of Egypt is on National Geographic at 8, 9, and 10.
The Toys That Built America is on History at 9.
The season premiere of Christmas Cookie Challenge is on Food Network at 8 followed by the season premiere of Holiday Wars at 9.
Renovation Island is on HGTV at 9.
Lakefront Bargain Hunt: Renovation is on Magnolia at 9.
Real Housewives of Potomac is on Bravo at 8 followed by the season premiere of Family Karma at 9 and Married to Medicine at 10:15.
The series premiere of Mood is on BBC America at 10.
The Walking Dead is on AMC at 9 followed by Interview With the Vampire at 10 and Talking Dead at 11.
On the Premium Channels
The series premiere of Dangerous Liaisons is on Starz at 8 followed by Step Up at 9 and The BMF Documentary at 10.
The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth is on Showtime at 8. The series premiere of Spector is on at 9 followed by Let the Right One In at 10.
The White Lotus is on HBO at 9. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver is on at 11.
I’m not sure why we are getting Sunday night editions of The Masked Singer and FBI. Especially since Masked Singer is on again at its regular time on Wednesday.
I saw that Jeopardy fans hated Hasan Minhaj on Celebrity Jeopardy. We thought it was funny, but did say that we would hate him if he was on regular Jeopardy. No one should expect the celebrity version to be like the real version. Lighten up, Francis.
I have not yet decided if I will watch the Dangerous Liaisons series. I usually like the shows on the premiums, but I also don’t know if I need to add another show to my slate.