A new wrongfully accused crime drama comes in as the zombies do their exit for the second of three times in its final season. Meanwhile everyone is murdering pretty much everyone on that show with “killing” in its name (well, presumably except Eve) and Louise becomes part of an unlikely animal alliance.
61st Street [AMC, 10p]
This “propulsive thriller,” already well-received by critics, stars Courtney B. Vance, Aunjanue Ellis, Bentley Green, and Tosin Cole. Cole is a promising young athlete who finds himself swept up by the “infamously corrupt Chicago criminal justice system.”
The Walking Dead [AMC, 9p]
It’s the end of the second part of the final season of this premiere walker show. What will be set up for Alexandria & beyond?
Killing Eve [BBC America, 8p]
Last week Eve confronted Carolyn about her involvement with The Twelve and though Carolyn begged to have one more night to get information out of Lars, Eve grew impatient and shot him. Also, Pam completed her first hit and Villanelle killed Helene. So much murder! This week Villanelle is spending some time in the woods with Gina, one of Helene’s former proteges, while Eve attempts to distract herself from her own reality and Carolyn uses information found in Lars’ journal to continue the hunt for Kenny’s killer.
Bob’s Burgers [Fox, 8:30p]
“Louise befriends a spider…” is all I needed to read from this week’s synopsis to know it’s appointment television.
BUT, WAIT, THERE’S MORE:
- Not sure why Beef Tobin is the main promo shot for an episode of The Great North whose title “Dead Moon Walking Adventure” would imply that it was his youngest son who would be at the center of the episode. No matter, all Tobins are great and you should be watching this best of the recent animated comedy arrivals every week. There’s also new episodes of the overestablished The Simpsons and Family Guy on Fox’s Sunday night lineup.
- Reelz covers the hard rockin’ bands who had the #31 albums of 1983 & 1984 respectively (and the same records were #7 in 1984 and #8 in 1983 as well… so pretty huge albums) with ZZ Top: Breaking the Band and Def Leppard: Breaking the Band.
- HGTV’s newest fix-em-up is an ode to nature–and to knocking down a small part of it to make a home within. Building Roots debuts tonight.
- We’ve got to admit we love the title of tonight’s Hallmark confectionery tale–Curious Caterer: Dying for Chocolate. And from this point, Screen Scholars WtW will speak no more. Until tomorrow.