What to Watch on Sunday: NBC launches home design show, ‘Girls’ season finale
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American Dream Builders (8pm, NBC) - This new reality show pits two design teams against each other in remodeling neighboring homes. Hosted by Nate Berkus.
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NCAA Tournament - The games continue. UNC, the only Triangle team left, plays Iowa State at 5:15 on CBS. Your best bet is to keep an eye on the CBS online schedule – but of course, get all your local coverage from newsobserver.com.
Resurrection (9pm, ABC) - Bellamy and Maggie look for clues in the local river as they continue to search for a connection between Jacob and Caleb. At the same time, Pastor Tom’s life takes a dramatic turn, and Caleb’s criminal past comes to light.
The Walking Dead (9pm, AMC) - This far more emotionally devastating story of “the returned” has characters depending on faith as a survival tool to stay alive. (After last week’s episode, I’m not sure how much faith I could have if I were in their shoes.)
Drop Dead Diva (9pm, Lifetime) - The two-hour Season 6 premiere begins with Jane taking a pro bono case to help a lunch lady, who is a former convict, fight to reinstate school meal funding for students in need.
The Good Wife (9pm, CBS) - Alicia enlists Cary as her lawyer when she is deposed as part of the voter-fraud investigation. Meanwhile, Will goes up against a new prosecutor who proves to be a formidable adversary in the Jeffrey Grant case.
Girls (10pm, HBO) - In the Season 3 finale, Adam’s opening night coincides with news for Hannah that could alter her career and their relationship.
The Mentalist (10pm, CBS) - Van Pelt gets abducted by a killer who is pursuing former members of the CBI, and the top suspect’s alibi appears to be solid. Jane then uses ll of his skills to find her before it’s too late.
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