Tonight is the end of The Walking Dead. If not for the Kentucky/Gonzaga basketball game I would probably watch it live. Here is the rest of the lineup.
7pm – America’s Funniest Home Videos
8pm – The 2022 American Music Awards
Most likely delayed by football
7:30pm – 60 Minutes
8:30pm – The Equalizer
9:30pm – East New York
10:30pm – NCIS: Los Angeles
8pm – A Waltons Thanksgiving
8pm – The Simpsons
8:30pm – The Great North
9pm – Bob’s Burgers
9:30pm – Family Guy
8pm – Sunday Night Football – Kansas City at LA Chargers
Various Non-Streaming Options
The season finale of Miss Scarlet and the Duke is on PBS at 8 followed by the season finale of Magpie Murders at 9 and the season finale of Annika at 10.
Yellowstone is on Paramount at 8 followed by the premiere of Tulsa King at 9.
Alaskan Bush People is on Discovery at 8 followed by Artemis 1: Going Back to the Moon at 9.
Lost Treasures of Egypt is on National Geographic at 8 and 9.
The Toys That Built America is on History at 9.
Christmas Cookie Challenge is on Food Network at 8 followed by 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 Family Karma at 9 and Watch What Happens Live at 10.
Mood is on BBC America at 10.
The Walking Dead: Red Carpet Live is on AMC at 8 followed by the series finale of The Walking Dead at 9 and Talking Dead at 10:30.
On the Premium Channels
Dangerous Liaisons is on Starz at 8 followed by Step Up at 9 and The BMF Documentary at 10.
The season premiere of The L Word: Generation Q is on Showtime at 8 followed by Spector at 9 and Let the Right One In at 10.
Rogue Heroes is on Epix at 9.
White Lotus is on HBO at 9. The season finale of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver is on at 11.
I will be watching Walking Dead as soon as I am home tomorrow. I might try to watch it tonight, but I would have to start it late and I have an early morning tomorrow.
We like Miss Scarlet and the Duke a lot and are happy the next season starts in January.
Yellowstone will have to wait until my wife is home again.
I’m pretty sure the airing of Tulsa King is just a preview to try to get people to subscribe to Paramount Plus.