The Walking Dead (9pm, AMC) - This fourth season of The Walking Dead has been particularly upsetting. We lost some good ones this go-around, and the groups arrival at Terminus last week doesnt have me feeling all that relieved. (Did anyone else get a Hiawathas Rabbit Hunt vibe at the end of that episode?) Show creator Robert Kirkman promises Sundays season finale will be intense and shocking. If it gets too hard to take, remember: just look at the flowers.
Also on . . .
NCAA Tournament - Todays Elite 8 games are on CBS starting at 2 p.m. Check the CBS online schedule for details.
Call the Midwife (8pm, UNC-TV) - The third season of this charming British drama, following a group of midwives at an East London nursing convent in the 1950s, starts with Jenny trying to help a couple with sickly children. Then, good ole Chummy uses her royal connections to help publicize the opening of the new ante-natal and baby clinic.
Mr. Selfridge (9pm, UNC-TV) - Less charming is this Jeremy Piven-led drama about the life of retailer Harry Selfridge. Season 2 opens with the London department store celebrating its fifth anniversary and Rose returning from America.
The Good Wife (9pm, CBS) - Alicia like the rest of the world searches for answers as she tries to make sense of Wills death in the aftermath of the courthouse shooting. Meanwhile, Diane delivers the somber news of Wills passing to the firms partners, who must decide how to move forward.
Resurrection (9pm, ABC) - Bellamy and Sheriff Fred form an uneasy alliance to solve Dales murder, and to track down a suspicious Caleb after he goes on the run.
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