What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘Westworld’, ‘MTV Europe Music Awards’ on Sunday

Westworld is all-new opposite the 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards and a new episode of The Walking Dead! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Sunday 11/06/2016:

7:00 PM ET

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

America’s Funniest Home Videos  – Party piñata filled with vegetables; bulldog that eats nacho cheese flavored chips; funny goats. (ABC)

7:30 PM ET

Bob’s Burgers  (“They Serve Horses, Don’t They?”) – Bob secures a new meat provider who claims to save clients money on every order, but he soon realizes that things are too good to be true. (FOX)

60 Minutes  – Investigative reporting. (CBS)

8:00 PM ET

Once Upon a Time  (“Heartless”) – Bandit Snow dodges a bounty hunter while shepherd David goes on a fateful journey; the Evil Queen threatens to destroy Storybrooke unless Snow and David surrender their hearts; David and Regina search for a magical sapling. (ABC)

The Simpsons  (“There Will Be Buds”) – Homer gets roped into coaching the kids’ lacrosse team with Milhouse’s dad. (FOX)

2016 MTV Europe Music Awards  – From Rotterdam in the Netherlands; performers include OneRepublic, Bruno Mars, Shawn Mendes, DNCE, Lukas Graham and Zara Larsson. (MTV)

Ash vs Evil Dead  (“Trapped Inside”) – An angry mob corners Ash and the team in Brock’s house while Ruby attempts to summon the spell to send Baal back to hell; Ash proves to the townsfolk that he is not a murderer, but a hero. (Starz)

The Durrells in Corfu on Masterpiece  – After getting thrown out of the house, Leslie ends up in court; Margo gets used to her new job; Louisa has man trouble. (PBS)

8:30 PM ET

NFL Football  [LIVE]  (“Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders”) – Derek Carr set a franchise record with 513 yards passing, including four TDs and zero interceptions, as Oakland outlasted Tampa Bay to run its record to 6-2. They host the Broncos (6-2) in this week’s marquee matchup between playoff hopefuls. (NBC)

NCIS: Los Angeles  (“Crazy Train”) – Callen poses as a patient in a mental health facility to find an NSA agent who vanished while tracking an ISIS cell that was attempting to cross the Mexican border. (CBS)

Son of Zorn  (“A Tale of Two Zorns”) – When Zorn gets jealous watching Alan and Graig play video games, he uses his body double, “Meka-Zorn,” to sneak out of work and wait in line with Alan to buy the new game in the series. (FOX)

Blunt Talk  (“Love Is Not Linear”) – The team reaches a dead end with the Rudolphs, just as a shady figure goes digging for dirt on Walter. (Starz)

What's On TV Tonight? Westworld, MTV Europe Music Awards on Sunday

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9:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK:  Westworld  (“The Adversary”) – Maeve charms Lutz; Elsie discovers a possible sabotage; Teddy and the Man in Black have a conflict with a garrison. (HBO)

The Walking Dead  (“The Cell”) – A new group of survivors seem to have it all in their impressive community; however, there is a price. (AMC)

Shameless  (“The Defenestration of Frank”) – Fiona wants to invest in a laundromat; Frank revels in his good fortune; Kev and V discover a secret about Svetlana’s father. (Showtime)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians  (“Lord of the Cougars”) – Kendall suffers from sleep paralysis; Kim searches for methods to control her anxiety; Scott develops an unlikely friendship. (E!)

Secrets and Lies  (“The Parent”) – A visitor with a secret connection to Kate arrives at Eric’s office with startling information; Detective Cornell’s ex-husband turns up with some difficult news; tension between Cornell and Danny grows. (ABC)

Family Guy  (“Chris Has Got a Date, Date, Date, Date, Date”) – Taylor Swift agrees to go to the homecoming dance with Chris; Peter decides to become an Uber driver. (FOX)

Poldark on Masterpiece  (“Episode Six”) – A fugitive leads the way to riches; Ross and the free traders are trapped; Caroline and Dwight devise a plan; Demelza faces house arrest. (PBS)

9:30 PM ET

Madam Secretary  (“The French Revolution”) – After a CIA operative is captured by French intelligence, Elizabeth tries to get the operative released while keeping a U.S. – France state dinner on schedule; Russell attempts to get some big donors behind Dalton’s campaign again. (CBS)

The Last Man on Earth  (“The Power of Power”) – The group continues to look for a new place to live, but something keeps getting in the way; Todd, Gail and Melissa’s love triangle hits new snags. (FOX)

10:00 PM ET

Masters of Sex  (“Night and Day”) – Masters and Johnson return from Topeka, each grappling with the trip’s ramifications; Art and Nancy look to tie up loose ends to have a fresh start; Libby embarks on a road trip with Bram that changes her perspective. (Showtime)

Talking Dead  – Guests discuss “The Cell.” (AMC)

Quantico  (“Aquiline”) – The trainees need to decide whether or not to order a drone strike, which triggers Alex’s memories of Simon; Shelby and Leon’s relationship moves forward; Nimah advises Alex and Ryan not to trust Harry. (ABC)

Indian Summers on Masterpiece  – With Cynthia’s help, Alice and Aafrin develop an ambitious plan; Sooni chooses a husband; Ralph is betrayed; Ian gets a clue in a cold case. (PBS)

Divorce  (“Gustav”) – Frances learns that Robert has hired a lawyer; Frances attempts to connect with an influential artist; Robert pitches an investment opportunity to Nick. (HBO)

10:30 PM ET

Elementary  (“To Catch a Predator Predator”) – Holmes and Watson investigate the murder of a man who led a secret life as a vigilante; when Shinwell’s criminal record keeps him from finding a job, Watson wants to help him. (CBS)

Insecure  (“Shady as F…”) – Issa searches for a way to get her open mic video taken down; Issa reconnects with Daniel; Lawrence faces questions about his future with Issa; Molly invites her “perfect guy” to a coworker’s engagement party. (HBO)

11:00 PM ET

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

Watch What Happens Live  – TV personality Kandi Burruss; TV personality Dr. Jackie Walters. (Bravo)

Eyewitness  (“Crème Brulée”) – Ryan tries to shut down the case; Helen and Gabe’s marriage is tested; Philip reveals a deep secret; Lukas creates a scandal. (USA Network)


Comic Book Men  (“Pac-Ming”) – When a vintage 1980s Pac-Man game lands on the counter, Ming prepares for battle; a rare Beatles board game excites the guys. (AMC)

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