Game of Thrones (9pm, HBO) - In the Season 4 finale, Daenerys must face harsh realities and Bran learns more about his destiny. Also, Tyrion sees the truth of his situation, and circumstances north of the Wall are altered by an unexpected arrival.
Also on . . .
NC Bookwatch (Noon, UNC-TV) - First-time novelist Ruth Moose talks about her book Doing it At the Dixie Dew, which won the Malice Domestic Best Tradtional Mystery Award from St. Martins Press.
Masterpiece Mystery: The Escape Artist (9pm, UNC-TV) - This UK drama stars David Tennant (Doctor Who) as a British defense attorney who takes on the case of a bird lover who is accused in the torture killing of a medical student. Part two of this series airs next Sunday.
Inside Combat Rescue: The Last Stand (9pm, National Geographic Channel) - Following last years successful Inside Combat Rescue, NGC returns to the front lines of Afghanistan, embedded with the Reapers, an elite team of airmen tasked with tracking down and capturing a wanted Taliban leader.
41 on 41 (9pm, CNN) - A look at the life and career of former president George H.W. Bush, who just turned 90. The special features interviews with 41 people who reflect on the 41st U.S. presidents legacy. Included: former first lady Barbara Bush and presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.
The Charlotte Observer welcomes your comments on news of the day. The more voices engaged in conversation, the better for us all, but do keep it civil. Please refrain from profanity, obscenity, spam, name-calling or attacking others for their views.
Have a news tip? You can send it to a local news editor; email email@example.com to send us your tip - or - consider joining the Public Insight Network and become a source for The Charlotte Observer. Read moreRead less
The Charlotte region is vast and diverse. The more voices engaged in conversation, the better for us all. The Charlotte Observer welcomes your comments on news of the day, but we ask that you keep the discourse civil.
- Do not use profanity or obscenities. And don't try to camouflage profanity with asterisks, abbreviations or other symbols or foreign phrases.
- Do not use threatening language. Talk of violence won't be tolerated.
- No racial, gender or sexual-orientation name-calling.
- Do not attack other commenters for their views. Do not libel or defame anyone or violate their privacy.
- Keep your comments succinct and stay on topic. Comments that bear no relation to the story may be deleted.
- Do not add images to your comments.
- Do not report comments as abusive simply because you disagree with them. Report them only if they violate these guidelines.
- Do not post spam or advertising of any kind.
- Do not post a comment using all capital letters.
We do not monitor each and every posting, but we reserve the right to block or delete comments that violate these rules.
You can help: Notify us of violations by hitting the "Report Abuse" link. Users who continue posting comments that violate these guidelines may, at our discretion, be blocked from submitting future comments as well.
And finally, as Mark Twain said: "Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest."
Enjoy the discussion.