What to Watch on Sunday: Season finale of AMC’s ‘Halt and Catch Fire’
08/03/2014 6:00 AM
08/03/2014 1:24 PM
Halt and Catch Fire (10pm, AMC) - In the Season 1 finale, Gordon and Joe prepare to ship the Giant, but a suspicious defect calls their partnership into question. Also, Cameron takes her future into her own hands.
Also on . . .
NC Bookwatch (Noon, UNC-TV) - Larry Earley talks to D.G. Martin about his book, “The Workboats of Core Sound: Stories and Photographs of a Changing World.”
The Last Ship (9pm, TNT) - Maybe global pandemic shows suddenly aren’t so fun anymore? Hmm. Well, on “The Last Ship,” a distress call near Jamaica is received. Chandler and a small team stage a rescue mission only to fall victim to a surprise attack that leaves Chandler and Tex stranded at sea.
Long Island Medium (9pm, TLC) - In the first of a two-part season premiere, the Caputos mix business and pleasure in Las Vegas, where Theresa interrupts a woman’s recording session to help her connect with her mother.
Unforgettable (9pm, CBS) - A parolee Al helped put in jail is murdered and Internal Affairs targets him as the prime suspect in the case. So Carrie conducts an off-the-books investigation to prove he is innocent.
True Blood (9pm, HBO) - Sookie looks for a miracle, while Eric and Pam zero in on Sarah Newlin.
Manhattan (10pm, WGN) - Frank attempts to save his team, and pays the price. At the same time, the wives get creative trying to make live on the Hill more interesting.
Oprah’s Master Class (10pm, OWN) - Oprah interviews Cicely Tyson.
Vicious (10:30pm, UNC-TV) - In the Season 1 finale, Freddie and Stuart throw a party to celebrate their anniversary. Prior to the event, Stuart decides to tell his mother that he and Freddie are a couple. Later, during the party, Freddie awaits the arrival of a celebrity guest.
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