What to watch on Sunday, November 15...
The Belcher kids fear relegation to the Naughty List in “Nice-Capades,” thanks to one of Santa’s more irascible mall representatives. Their plan for getting back in the North Pole’s good graces? A holiday musical extravaganza, of course!
Flesh and Bone
Claire intends to cut ties with her brother in “Cannon Fodder,” but he has different ideas. Elsewhere, Paul signs up an innovative choreographer and prima ballerina Kiira strives to stave off the twilight of her career.
8pm & 9pm, ABC
Once Upon a Time
Now in control of Merlin, Arthur plays hardball with Emma in “Birth” and sets off a magic melee between heroes and villains. Back in Storybrooke, Zelena’s pregnancy accelerates and Hook pulls out all the stops to get answers from the Dark Swan. Then in “The Bear King,” Zelena and Arthur’s search for a good-guy-squashing relic takes them to DunBroch, where they encounter Merida on a quest of her own.
“And the Cost of Education” finds the team investigating student disappearances at a college founded by a historian/architect/certifiable nutjob. In less sinister situations, Cassandra mulls an enticing offer.
Jake and Amy work a drug case in “The Mattress,” but will their personal partnership interfere with their professional one? Elsewhere, Charles is in a tizzy after accidentally damaging one of Holt’s most prized possessions, and Terry instructs Rosa on discipline.
Elizabeth’s efforts to lift the Cuban trade embargo meet with support from the White House, but resistance from the Senate. Meanwhile in “You Say You Want a Revolution,” Henry and Alison grow closer while on a tour of Havana.
The Walking Dead
Daryl, Abraham, and Sasha hit a few hurdles en route back to Alexandria in “Always Accountable.” That three-zombie wave on the hill isn't so bad when they remember to grab the power-up, but it's that running jump to the moving platform that gets them every. Darn. Time.
Carrie reunites with old friends in “Oriole,” then immediately makes it weird by asking them to join her professional network on LinkedIn. Saul, on the other hand, exhibits much more decorum as he opens up to Allison.
Nora drops a bombshell on Jill and Kevin, even as the latter considers how to approach his problem with Patti. Meanwhile in “A Most Powerful Adversary,” Jill gets a taste of adventure, Miracle-style.
Leena and Ian come to Ramu’s defense in the murder trial, though their preparation is hampered when they learn that How to Get Away With Murder won’t debut for another eight decades. Meanwhile, Aafrin admits his true feelings while Ralph fears a different truth coming to light.
The fellas form a neighborhood watch after a couch is purloined from the Griffins’ lawn in “A Shot in the Dark.” But Peter is the one running afoul of the law when he shoots a suspected intruder at Cleveland’s home.
John breaks the rules to protect a former flame from a cabal that’s gunning for the president in “Back in Your Arms.” Meanwhile, Natalie, Malcolm, and Judge Thorne try to get to the bottom of the conspiracy.
The Good Wife
In “Driven,” Alicia and Lucca join a case involving a test driver who was critically injured in a self-driving car, with Lockhart, Agos & Lee on one side and Louis Canning on the other. And speaking of old relationships, Peter moves back in with Alicia to create a more nuclear family image as his campaign woos a potential contributor (Vanessa Williams)
The Last Man on Earth
“Baby Steps” finds the Malibu crew debating the subject of repopulation, possibly so they finally have someone else they can dump all their chores onto.
SERIES PREMIERE, 10pm, AMC
Into the Badlands
A feudal society in a distant, post-apocalyptic future is the setting for this action drama centering on Sunny, the baddest man in the whole damn fief. “The Fort” launches the adventure with Sunny saving a mysterious boy who possesses a dark secret—and possibly the key to escaping the Badlands.
SEASON 2 PREMIERE, 10pm, E!
King Cyrus’s shiny new monarchy is on full view at the royal polo match as “It Is Not, nor It Cannot Come to Good” starts the sophomore season. In less regal matters, Prince Liam is deadset on revenge and Queen Helena is determined to gain power.
The staff wrestles with an infectious disease crisis in “Don’t Let It Get in You or on You,” in what experts are calling the scariest epidemic since the infamous Lincoln Elementary Cootie Outbreak of ‘06. Meanwhile, DiDi’s sister-in-law injects family drama into the ward, Patsy lifts Dawn’s spirits, and Dr. James connects with a patient who has a thorny past.
A hacked FBI computer system spews confidential info all over the place in the future, prompting Alex to realize that another bomb lurks somewhere in New York. Elsewhere in “Over,” the NATs receive individual assignments that prove to all be part of the same elephant... metaphorically speaking.
Noah and Alison’s new lifestyle troubles her mother, while Noah’s revelation of his new book trouble Alison. Also troubled is Cole, who lashes out at Luisa. We got trouble right here in The Affair City, is I think the primary takeaway here.