Sunday TV: Game of Thrones, Call the Midwife, Walking Dead, The Bible
Mar 31 2013 11:26 am CET
There are lots of eggs for your television Easter basket tonight. Game of Thrones and Call the Midwife return, The Walking Dead goes out with a bang, and The Bible takes the holiday into consideration. Here's what's on TV Sunday.
The big premiere tonight is the return of Game of Thrones on HBO at 9pm. Since even that knowledge may be considered a spoiler, here's a video preview of the third season:
Also returning tonight, though probably not as epic, is the BBC medical drama Call the Midwife. Jenny Lee celebrates her birthday by taking on a patient who may be in an abusive relationship. Meanwhile, Trixie and Evangelina assist the captain of a Swedish cargo ship whose daughter is ready to have her first child. The first episode is scheduled for 8pm on PBS, but check your local listings.
As for finales, The Walking Dead is one of the biggies tonight. As the Governor gets ready for his assault, Rick and the other survivors have to decide whether or not to protect the prison. What shocks are in store in the final moments? Find out starting at 9pm on AMC.
Finally, the most topical finale of the night will be the conclusion of History's mini-series The Bible. As you would expect, tonight's installment deals with the last hours of Jesus' life and the aftermath. It's a little odd that Acts, the Letters and Revelation aren't included in the mini-series – let alone what's in the Apocrypha. Anyway, the final installment airs at 8pm.
Mike McComb – TVLatest.com
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