What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘Once Upon A Time’ 2-Hour Event, ‘Into the Badlands’ on Sunday

Once Upon A Time airs a special two-hour event with back-to-back episodes! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings 11/15/2015:

7:00 PM ET

Football Night in America [LIVE] – Bob Costas, Dan Patrick, Tony Dungy, Rodney Harrison and Peter King recap the day’s NFL highlights. (NBC)

America’s Funniest Home Videos – Funny home videos from across America. Hosted by Alfonso Ribeiro. (ABC)

7:30 PM ET

Bob’s Burgers (“Nice-Capades”) – A grumpy mall Santa (Henry Winkler) threatens to put Gene, Tina and Louise on the naughty list, inspiring them to arrange a musical performance in hopes of changing Santa’s mind before Christmas. (FOX)

60 Minutes – The television magazine series covers a broad spectrum of modern life. (CBS)

What's On TV Tonight - 'Once Upon A Time' 2-Hour Event, 'Into the Badlands' on Sunday

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8:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: Once Upon A Time (“Birth”; “The Bear King”) – It’s a two-hour Once Upon A Time event, as Emma claims Excalibur and sets her plan into motion. (ABC)

8:20 PM ET

NFL Football [LIVE] (“Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks”) – The Seahawks, led by Russell Wilson, won two straight going into their bye week and now take on Carson Palmer and the first-place Cardinals in a crucial NFC West matchup. (NBC)

8:30 PM ET

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (“The Mattress”) – Jake and Amy’s relationship gets in the way as they work a case involving a new street drug; Charles panics after damaging one of Holt’s prized possessions; Terry teaches Rosa about discipline. (FOX)

Madam Secretary (“You Say You Want a Revolution”) – With the president’s support, Elizabeth hopes to make history by lifting the Cuban trade embargo; Alison and Henry bond while in Havana. (CBS)

9:00 PM ET

The Walking Dead (“Always Accountable”) – Daryl, Abraham and Sasha encounter many obstacles and a new threat while trying to return to Alexandria. (AMC)

Family Guy (“A Shot in the Dark”) – While participating in a newly formed neighborhood watch group, Peter is arrested and charged with a hate crime. (FOX)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians (“That Was Then This Is Now”) – The daughters have to find a way to support Caitlyn while still being sensitive to Kris’s feelings; Kourtney focuses on her kids after of asking Scott to move out; Kim wants Khloé to do the sexiest photoshoot she’s ever done. (E!)

Homeland (“Oriole”) – Carrie reconnects with friends; Saul confides in Allison. (Showtime)

The Leftovers (“A Most Powerful Adversary”) – Nora gives Kevin and Jill some news; Kevin explores his options to tackle a problem; Jill goes on a solo adventure; Laurie makes a rash decision. (HBO)

Agent X (“Back in Your Arms”) – John breaks the protocol of the Agent X Brotherhood to protect his former lover; Natalie, Malcolm and Judge Thorne work to unmask members of a conspiracy. (TNT)

9:30 PM ET

The Good Wife (“Driven”) – Louis Canning represents a person who was injured while test-driving a car in driverless mode; to present a united family front, Peter moves back in with Alicia. (CBS)

The Last Man on Earth (“Baby Steps”) – Re-populating the Earth turns into a prevalent topic of conversation among the survivors in Malibu, Calif. (FOX)

10:00 PM ET

The Affair – Alison confronts Noah about the book; Cole is alienated by revelations. (Showtime)

Quantico (“Over”) – FBI computers are hacked, revealing confidential files that make Alex think a second bomb is somewhere in New York; the recruits receive individual assignments that turn out to be connected. (ABC)

Into the Badlands [SERIES PREMIERE] (“The Fort”) – The Badlands’ deadliest Clipper rescues a mysterious boy with a dark secret, but who may know the way out. (AMC)

The Royals [SEASON PREMIERE] (“It Is Not, nor It Cannot Come to Good”) – After King Simon’s death, King Cyrus’ new look monarchy is on full display at the Royal polo match; Prince Liam is set on revenge and receives some unexpected help; Queen Helena maneuvers for power. (E!)

Getting On (“Don’t Let It Get in You or on You”) – The staff faces an infectious disease crisis; DiDi’s family drama spills into work; Dr. James reaches out to a pharmaceutical company; Dawn is revived by Patsy’s unpredictable advances. (HBO)

10:30 PM ET

CSI: Cyber (“Corrupted Memory”) – A woman is murdered during a video chat with her parents, and the only witness to the crime is an agoraphobic neighbor (Matt Lanter) who has PTSD. (CBS)

11:00 PM ET

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

Talking Dead – Guests discuss “Always Accountable.” (AMC)

StarTalk – Discussing science and technology with comedians and celebrities of media, science and pop culture. (NatGeo)


Robot Chicken (“Cheese Puff Mountain”) – The “Robot Chicken” writers, and the Gargoyles, meet their ultimate foe: Pigeons; naked Captain Picard wins it all; the Paw Patrol tries to rescue itself from the ultimate terror; the Animaniacs get sex-educational. (Comedy Central)

What, if anything, do you plan on watching on TV tonight? Sound off in the comments!

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