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What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘Game of Thrones’ Premiere, 2015 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday

Game of Thrones returns for Season 5 opposite the 2015 MTV Movie Awards! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Sunday 04/12/2015:

6:30 PM ET

Catfish: The TV Show (“Whitney & Bre”) – After meeting on an LGBT site four years ago, a couple has yet to even engage in a video chat, raising red flags. (MTV)

7:00 PM ET

America’s Funniest Home Videos – A dog barks in the tune of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony; a boy is envious of his father; a goose chases three men; a retweet by Justin Timberlake causes a teenage girl to have an emotional reaction. (ABC)

60 Minutes – Details regarding the cyberattack on Sony Pictures; Caroline Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Japan, talks about her job and the issues she is faced with; Bryant lacrosse coach Mike Pressler discusses the false accusations that cost him his job at Duke. (CBS)

Dateline NBC (“On the Brink”) – Families work to find support for autistic children as they turn 21 and lose eligibility for help through the education system. (NBC)

7:30 PM ET

2015 MTV Movie Awards Pre-Show – Red-carpet interviews as celebrities enter the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. (MTV)

8:00 PM ET

2015 MTV Movie Awards [LIVE] – From the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. (MTV)

Once Upon a Time (“Heart of Gold”) – The truth leaves Emma reeling; Gold blackmails Regina as his quest for a happy ending becomes more urgent; in a flashback, Robin Hood heads to Oz to steal a magic elixir after making a deal with Rumpelstiltskin. (ABC)

Call the Midwife – A new mother’s life is turned upside-down when her husband is arrested for gross indecency; Nurse Crane tries to help a malnourished pregnant woman; Tom asks Trixie to oversee an official church duty. (PBS)

The Real Housewives of Atlanta (“Chasing Nay-Nay”) – Kenya shoots her TV pilot, “Life Twirls On;” Cynthia strives to perfect her accent for the role of a Jamaican salon owner; Todd drops a bomb that leaves Kandi torn; NeNe exchanges words with Claudia; Phaedra is inspired to throw a charity event. (Bravo)

Madam Secretary (“The Necessary Art”) – A Russian nuclear submarine disappears in American waters, putting Elizabeth in a tricky situation; Stevie ends things with her boyfriend. (CBS)

Guy’s Grocery Games (“Triple G A La No Cart”) – The chefs make a Mediterranean feast; the chefs must gather the items for a salad and sandwich without a shopping cart. (Food Network)

8:30 PM ET

Family Guy (“JOLO”) – Peter is hailed a hero after finding a missing boy; Joe quits his job and takes a road trip to Niagara Falls. (FOX)

What's On TV Tonight - 'Game of Thrones' Premiere, 2015 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday

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9:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Game of Thrones [SEASON PREMIERE] (“The Wars to Come”) – Cersei and Jaime adjust to a world without Tywin; Varys reveals a conspiracy to Tyrion; Dany faces a new threat; Jon is caught between two kings. (HBO)

The Good Wife (“Winning Ugly”) – Eli and Alicia ask a well-respected civil rights lawyer (Ron Rifkin) to help stop a recount when potential voter fraud is discovered; Diane learns she unknowingly submitted false evidence in Cary’s case. (CBS)

A.D. The Bible Continues (“The Body Is Gone”) – With Jesus’ tomb empty, Pilate and Caiaphas believe the disciples are to blame; Jesus gives the disciples their mission. (NBC)

Masterpiece Classic (“Mr. Selfridge, Season 3: Episode 3”) – Accomplices surface in the search for Kitty’s assailants; Agnes and Henri call it quits; Harry and Nancy come to an understanding. (PBS)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians (“On the Road”) – Kris brings Kylie on a mother-daughter bonding trip to San Diego; Kim talks at a Silicon Valley tech conference to prove that her entrepreneurial skills extend beyond the world of beauty and fashion. (E!)

Nurse Jackie [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Clean”) – Following her arrest, Jackie has a stay in a holding cell followed by detox; Jackie visits a lawyer; Carrie wants to keep her news low-key. (Showtime)

Secrets and Lies (“The Cop”) – Ben visits an inmate who has information that could prove Cornell is pushing the boundaries of the law; an anonymous tip puts Ben back as the prime suspect. (ABC)

The Last Man on Earth (“The Do-Over; Pranks for Nothin'”) – Phil Miller continues living in Tucson, Ariz. (FOX)

All-Star Academy (“Win and You’re In”) – The four remaining home cooks face off in three of the toughest challenges yet; “Chopped” judge Marc Murphy lends a helping hand. (Food Network)

9:30 PM ET

Blood, Sweat & Heels (“Match Made in Heel”) – Geneva’s friend, Chantelle, hosts a matchmaking party, where Melyssa finds herself in the hot seat; Daisy faces a major setback at her final chemotherapy session. (Bravo)

Long Island Medium (“Roller Rink Romance”) – Theresa and Larry have never been roller skating together; connecting a devastated woman with her husband; surprising a woman in Long Island with a reading. (TLC)

10:00 PM ET

Mad Men (“New Business”) – Don receives unwanted advice from Roger; Peggy and Stan do not agree on an account’s personnel; Harry requests Don’s blessing. (AMC)

Revenge (“Exposure”) – Emily’s promising new future as Amanda Clarke is threatened when Victoria discovers new, devastating secrets. (ABC)

Wolf Hall on Masterpiece – Cromwell remains in London while Wolsey moves to York; Cromwell’s relationship with Henry deepens. (PBS)

Silicon Valley [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Sand Hill Shuffle”) – Following their success at TechCrunch Disrupt, the guys of Pied Piper find themselves aggressively courted; Monica deals with her new boss; Richard makes a decision about the company’s future. (HBO)

Salem (“Blood Kiss”) – Mary initiates the second act of the Grand Rite; Alden returns to Salem. (WGN America)

Battle Creek (“Mama’s Boy”) – A murder investigation forces Russ to seek assistance from his mother (Candice Bergen) — a con artist and convicted counterfeiter. (CBS)

American Odyssey (“Oscar Mike”) – Sgt. Odelle Ballard tries to avoid detection during her pilgrimage through the desert with Aslam; Bob is reluctant to reveal his evidence indicating Odelle is alive, making Harrison worry about his own reputation. (NBC)

Intervention (“Zach; Theresa”) – A man who uses cocaine and heroin shares a troubling addiction history with his formerly incarcerated father. (A&E)

The Royals (“Unmask Her Beauty to the Moon”) – Prince Liam, Princess Eleanor and Queen Helena’s romances are a popular topic at the annual masquerade ball. (E!)

Cutthroat Kitchen (“Live and Let Diner”) – The chefs find themselves on the other side of the diner counter; Paris is for haters in a French-inspired challenge; one chef has to make a rum cake in a bottle of rum. (Food Network)

The Lizzie Borden Chronicles (“Patron of the Arts”) – Lizzie and Emma break out of their comfort zone at a party in New York; Lizzie saves a prostitute from a vicious beating; a playwright tries to charm Lizzie into financing his latest work; agent Siringo turns up fresh evidence. (Lifetime)

Who Do You Think You Are? (“America Ferrera”) – Actress America Ferrera looks into the ancestry of a father she barely knew and discovers a great grandfather who led revolts and left an enduring mark on Honduran history. (TLC)

10:30 PM ET

Veep [SEASON PREMIERE] (“Joint Session”) – Selina’s staff frantically works on her first major speech as president; Gary questions his worth; Jonah is put off by the new vice president’s chief of staff; Amy discovers that a rival campaign manager may make a play for her job. (HBO)

11:00 PM ET

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver – News, politics and current events. (HBO)

11:30 PM ET

Fashion Queens – An all-new episode of the roundtable fashion talk show. (Bravo)

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