What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘Mad Men’, ‘Game of Thrones’, Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday

Don gets a big idea on an all-new Mad Men! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Sunday 04/26/2015:

7:00 PM ET

America’s Funniest Home Videos – A man changing a car battery is startled when his son honks the horn; the amount of snow from a blizzard confuses a dog; people have hysterical reactions when they find out loved ones are pregnant; a man at the gym has an embarrassing moment. (ABC)

60 Minutes – An Italian rescue ship follows the often-tragic migrant trek where hundreds of lives were recently lost; potential threats to vital satellites under the protection of the US Air Force’s Space Command. (CBS)

7:30 PM ET

Bob’s Burgers (“Itty Bitty Ditty Committee”) – Gene starts a band — only to be kicked out, and ends up vowing to never play the Casio again; Linda has a terrible rash. (FOX)

8:00 PM ET

Once Upon a Time (“Lily”) – When Emma realizes that Maleficent’s daughter is an old friend of hers, she sets off to find the woman and reunite her with her mother; Gold deals with a crisis involving Belle; the appearance of Lily destabilizes a young Emma’s life. (ABC)

The Simpsons (“The Kids Are All Fight”) – The family goes on a trip down memory lane when Homer gets an old roll of film developed — revealing the origin of Lisa and Bart’s rivalry. (FOX)

Call the Midwife – Sister Julienne’s faith is challenged when a mother refuses medicine for her newborn baby. (PBS)

The Real Housewives of Atlanta (“Reunion Part One”) – The women reunite to set the record straight; NeNe and Kandi get into a heated exchange; Phaedra shocks the group with revelations about her marriage; Claudia and Porsha lock horns once again. (Bravo)

The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards [LIVE] – From the Warner Bros. Studios, festivities salute excellence in daytime television, honoring more than 350 nominees in 68 categories; Tyra Banks hosts. (TV Guide)

The 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards – At the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. (Disney Channel)

Madam Secretary (“The Kill List”) – Elizabeth discovers an assassination plot against the Iranian president, while dealing with a massive protest against Iran’s plan to execute a gay citizen; in order to deal with her PTSD, Elizabeth sees a therapist. (CBS)

Guy’s Grocery Games (“Battle America!”) – Chefs from four distinct American regions vie for culinary supremacy; recipes using five ingredients; seafood supper using nothing but frozen food. (Food Network)

8:30 PM ET

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (“AC/DC”) – After an injury on the job, Jake is forced to take time off. (FOX)

9:00 PM ET

Game of Thrones (“High Sparrow”) – In King’s Landing, Queen Margaery enjoys her new husband; Tyrion and Varys walk the Long Bridge of Volantis. (HBO)

The Good Wife (“The Deconstruction”) – Alicia’s future is uncertain when she is forced to resign as State’s Attorney; R.D. (Oliver Platt) hires Cary and Diane to argue against conservative lawyers in a test case involving mandatory minimum sentencing. (CBS)

A.D. The Bible Continues (“The Wrath”) – Pilate responds to a Roman soldier’s murder with mass crucifixions; Caiaphas can’t convict John and Peter; those with impure intentions are punished. (NBC)

Family Guy (“Roasted Guy”) – Lois is suspicious that Peter’s new friends — a group of mean girls — are talking about him behind his back. (FOX)

Masterpiece Classic (“Mr. Selfridge, Season 3: Episode 5”) – Gordon’s debut as store deputy; Kitty confronts her attackers; Doris wrestles with a dilemma. (PBS)

Nurse Jackie (“Godfathering”) – Though returned to the floor, Jackie is not allowed to touch patients, and must undergo daily urine screens; Akalitus is not going to make things easy; Zoey gets the results of her application; Carrie withholds news. (Showtime)

The Real Housewives of Atlanta Presents the Prancing Elites Project – When NeNe Leakes pays a surprise visit to the Prancing Elites, an all-male, gender-bending dance troupe, she delivers words of encouragement to the dancers who have been denied permission to perform in a local parade. (Bravo)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians (“Special Delivery”) – A security breach persuades Kris to step up security; Scott attends to a Lord Disick party in Vegas while Kourtney finds out the baby could come early; Kim and Khloé put on a last-minute baby shower. (E!)

Secrets and Lies (“The Mother”) – Ben’s attic discovery adds to the tension between him and Christy — who is still keeping the kids away from him; unwilling to just wait for the evidence to be re-tested, Cornell returns to the crime scene in hope of finding something new. (ABC)

Spring Baking Championship [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Spring Bounty”) – Eight of America’s best bakers set out to prove their culinary skills in a series of challenges including flower-inspired cupcakes and an upside-down cake. (Food Network)

Long Island Medium (“Never Before Seen”) – Taking a look at readings that have never been seen before; reconnecting a couple with their young daughter whose life was cut short; bringing closure to a man whose father died. (TLC)

9:30 PM ET

Watch What Happens: Live – An all-new episode of the popular talk show. (Bravo)

The Last Man on Earth (“The Tandyman Can”) – The cul de sac has a re-election for President of the United States. (FOX)

Happyish [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Starring Samuel Beckett, Albert Camus and Alois Alzheimer”) – A 44-year-old man is pressured to rebrand himself when his agency hires young creative directors to evolve the company. (Showtime)

What's On TV Tonight - 'Mad Men', 'Game of Thrones', Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday

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10:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Mad Men (“Time & Life”) – Don comes up with a big idea; Roger asks Joan to help him fix a clerical error; Peggy has difficulties casting for a commercial. (AMC)

Revenge (“Aftermath”) – Even Emily’s closest friends worry that she has gone too far as she sifts through the wreckage of her life. (ABC)

Wolf Hall on Masterpiece – Anne fails to produce Henry’s longed-for male heir when she gives birth to a baby girl; Cromwell pushes for the nobility and church to acknowledge Anne as lawful queen. (PBS)

Silicon Valley (“Bad Money”) – While considering Gavin’s proposal, Richard is approached by a billionaire; Gilfoyle and Dinesh play hardball to get what they want; Gavin finds a new strategy. (HBO)

Salem (“Book of Shadows”) – Anne explores her supernatural side; Mary receives a chilling warning. (WGN America)

Battle Creek (“Old Wounds”) – Guziewicz’s adopted son asks Milt to find out if the man put behind bars for murdering his birth parents is innocent. (CBS)

American Odyssey (“Tango Uniform”) – Aslam and Frank Majors increase their efforts to find Odelle; Peter’s investigation encounters complications; Bob reveals information about Randall’s death. (NBC)

Blood, Sweat & Heels (“A Heel in Handcuffs”) – All of the women gather in support of Arzo’s Fashion Week event, but gossip about Geneva’s recent arrest takes center stage; shocking secrets are revealed during a heated conversation over lunch. (Bravo)

The Royals (“Your Sovereignty of Reason”) – The king makes a decision that affects the family; Ophelia must deal with the fallout from the PR tour in Monaco. (E!)

Cutthroat Kitchen (“Evilicious: Frying First Class”) – The chefs have to make stir-fry while sitting in airline seats; two chefs have to work as good neighbors to make chicken fried steak; a chef has to shop for cobbler ingredients blindfolded. (Food Network)

The Lizzie Borden Chronicles (“Welcome to Maplecroft”) – Charles Siringo and Nance O’Keefe join forces against Lizzie; Skipjack exploits a lethal secret that Lizzie wants hidden; a neighbor mistreats Lizzie’s dog; a romance threatens to come between Lizzie and her sister. (Lifetime)

Who Do You Think You Are? (“Melissa Etheridge”) – Music artist Melissa Etheridge researches her French roots, discovering a scandalous lawsuit and a relationship entangled with tragedy. (TLC)

Queens of Drama [SERIES PREMIERE] (“I Don’t Do Ugly; Art Imitating Life”) – Vanessa Marcil, Lindsay Hartley and Crystal Hunt approach Donna Mills for help creating a new TV drama series; Donna invites Hunter Tylo to join the team; some of the women are upset when Donna announces that the CW is interested in the project. (TV Guide)

10:30 PM ET

Veep (“Data”) – Selina’s team tries to find a scapegoat for a data breach; Catherine wants to support an anti-bullying campaign; Dan tasks Richard and Jonah with buying fireworks for a campaign rally; the president hosts the annual Easter Egg Roll. (HBO)

11:00 PM ET

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


Fashion Queens – Fashion maven Bevy Smith and celebrity hairstylists Derek J and Miss Lawrence cover all sorts of fashion-related topics, from high fashion to celebrity style and unusual outfits from around the world. (Bravo)

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