What to Watch on Sunday: ‘Crisis’ debuts, plus new eps of ‘The Good Wife,’ ‘Resurrection,’ more

03/16/2014 6:00 AM

02/15/2015 10:41 AM

Crisis (10pm, NBC) - The premiere of a new series about a criminal mastermind who draws Washington D.C.’s power players into a blackmail scheme after kidnapping a bus full of high school students on a field trip (doesn’t hurt that the president’s kid is on the bus!). Stars Gillian Anderson, Dermot Mulroney and Rachael Taylor.

Also on . . .

ACC Tournament (WRAL, ESPN/ESPN2) - The championship game takes place at 1 p.m. You can see the scores and full TV schedule at the N&O ACC Tournament site.

Resurrection (9pm, ABC) - Bellamy receives help in his investigation from Maggie and digs up secrets from the past with his push to have Jacob’s tomb exhumed. At the same time, Pastor Tom reaches out to his childhood friend, Jacob, and the Richards adjust to the return of Caleb, who claims he has no memory of his death.

The Good Wife (9pm, CBS) - Alicia looks to her past for inspiration when she is asked to deliver the keynote address at an American Bar Association conference in New York. Meanwhile, Will turns to an old acquaintance when it becomes clear that Nelson Dubeck’s investigation into voter fraud isn’t going away.

Requiem for the Big East (9pm, ESPN) - This 30-for-30 documentary directed by Ezra Edelman looks at the rapid rise of the Big East Conference in the 1980s and the iconic basketball coaches who helped shape it -- including Jim Boeheim, John Thompson and Lou Carnesecca. 9 p.m. on ESPN.

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey (9pm, Fox) - A look at canine breeds and how they’re related to wolves, plus an examination of the human eye. Also, a visit to the Hall of Extinction.

Army Wives: A Final Salute (9pm, Lifetime) - The seven seasons of “Army Wives” are recalled by cast members, including Kim Delaney, Sally Pressman, Brigid Brannagh and others. Also, real military wives comment on the series.

Episodes (10:30pm, Showtime) - Season 3 of this excellent Matt LeBlanc sitcom “Episodes” concludes

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