The fall television season is officially upon us, and that means a lot of television to choose from every night. Whether you’re one of the lone few who still watch live, or you just need to know what’s worth DVRing with limited space there, LA TV Insider Examiner is not merely letting you know what shows will deliver new episodes on any given night but rather what is worth watching.
These are our recommendations for primetime Sunday, September 29 2013.
Once Upon A Time (ABC, 8 p.m.) – “Heart of the Truest Believer” – On the third season premiere, as Emma (Jennifer Morrison), Mary Margaret (Ginnifer Goodwin), David (Josh Dallas), Regina (Lana Parrilla), Mr. Gold (Robert Carlyle), and Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) enter Neverland to search for a kidnapped Henry (Jared Gilmore), they’re greeted by a school of not-to-friendly mermaids who threaten to end their search before it begins; Henry finds himself on the run from the Lost Boys with another escapee from Peter Pan’s encampment; and Neal (Michael Raymond James), recovering from his wounds, travels through the Enchanted Forest with Mulan (Jamie Chung) in an attempt to learn the fates of Emma and Henry.
The Amazing Race (CBS, 8 p.m.) – “We’re Not In Oklahoma No More” – With the Double Express Pass on the line, teams depart for their first destination, Iquique, Chile, where one racer must face their fear of heights, on the season premiere.
Revenge (ABC, 9 p.m.) – “Fear” – On the third season premiere, the summer season kicks off in The Hamptons as Emily Thorne’s (Emily VanCamp) course of revenge is renewed and set against an unexpected timeline. Meanwhile the return of Victoria Grayson’s son (Justin Hartley) brings changes and complications to the all-powerful family. And a glimpse into the future shows that the wedding of the century may lead to Emily’s ultimate demise.
The Good Wife (CBS, 9 p.m.) – “Everything is Ending” – On the fifth season premiere, Alicia (Julianna Margulies) must focus on the firm’s efforts to prevent the execution of a convicted murderer while she secretly plans her exit from the firm with Cary (Matt Czuchry). Meanwhile, Eli (Alan Cumming) helps Peter (Chris Noth) assemble his staff in the governor’s office.
Breaking Bad (AMC, 9 p.m.) – “Felina” – The series finale.
Homeland (SHO, 9 p.m.) – “Tin Man Is Down” – On the third season premiere, almost three months after America’s “Second 9/11,” alleged Langley bomber Nick Brody (Damian Lewis) remains at large. Saul (Mandy Patinkin) plots a risky counterstrike on the terrorists connected to the bombing, but his efforts to revive the CIA are threatened when Carrie (Claire Danes) becomes the focus of a hostile Senate investigation. Humiliated and abandoned by the Marine Corps, the Brody family struggles to cope with Dana’s (Morgan Saylor) destructive behavior.
Masters of Sex (SHO, 10 p.m.) – “Pilot” – Dr. William Masters (Michael Sheen), Washington University’s foremost OB/GYN, runs a successful medical practice by day and conducts a secret study of human sexuality by night. Former nightclub singer Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan) joins the hospital secretarial staff and proves herself to be an asset to Masters’ work.
Which will you watch??
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