Sunday TV: MTV Movie Awards, Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown, Veep
Apr 14 2013 09:17 am CET
Tonight's TV features the MTV Movie Awards, the final Buckwild special, a new series from Anthony Bourdain, and the return of Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Veep. Here's what's on TV Sunday.
The big event tonight is the 22nd annual MTV Movie Awards. Rebel Wilson (Pitch Perfect) hosts the event from Brooklyn, NY. Jamie Foxx will receive the Generation Award while The Avengers, The Dark Knight Rises, Django Unchained, Silver Linings Playbook and Ted battle it out for Movie of the Year. The show starts at 9pm, preceded by the last episode of Buckwild at 8pm and a pre-show at 8:30pm.
Over on CNN, Anthony Bourdain completes his move from the Travel Channel with the new series Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown. In this series, which is totally different from No Reservations, has the acerbic chef traveling the world and sampling cuisine both known and unknown. The first episode airs at 9pm.
Finally, HBO's political comedy Veep returns for a second season. Selina proves to be an effective campaigner during mid-term elections, but working with a senior White House strategist begins to shake her confidence. Find out what happens at 10pm.
Mike McComb – TVLatest.com
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