Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise (9pm, UNC-TV) - “The Paradise,” an adaptation of Emile Zola’s “Au Bonheur des dames (The Ladies’ Paradise),” begins with the ambitious Denise moving from the country to a northern English city in hopes of finding work at her uncle’s drapery shop. But when things don’t pan out as hoped, she applies for a position at the glittering department store that’s located just across the street. (Please don’t be Selfridge’s.) This series is set to run each Sunday night through November 17.
Homeland (9pm, Showtime) - Saul attempts to track down those responsible for the Langley attack and recruits an unlikely expert to follow the money trail. Also, Carrie figures out who is really on her side, and the Brody family turn to therapy to mend their broken household.
Revenge (9pm, ABC) - Emily’s latest target is a clergyman who was once an executive at Grayson Global. Meanwhile, Victoria takes an assertive approach with Patrick.
Drop Dead Diva (9pm, Lifetime) - In tonight’s season premiere, Jane defends a troubled socialite and through a series of unfortunate legal turns, puts the future of the entire firm in jeopardy.
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Low Winter Sun (9pm, AMC) - In tonight’s two-hour Season 1 finale, Frank grapples with his sanity as his actions begin to take their toll. Then, the DPD catches a major break in the McCann case.
The Good Wife (9:30pm, CBS) - Note the late start for all CBS shows tonight. On “The Good Wife,” Alicia and Cary sue the NSA on behalf of a search engine, but they are unaware that Lockhart-Gardner’s connection to a former client has resulted in the spy agency monitoring the firm’s communications.
The Witches of East End (10pm, Lifetime) - In this new series, two young women learn from their mother that they are all actually powerful, immortal witches. In the opener, an ancient enemy threatens to destroy the Beauchamp family, and the sisters become the clan’s only hope for survival.
Masters of Sex (10pm, Showtime) - Masters blames Johnson when the sexual response study is forced out of the hospital. To continue his research, Masters moves the study to a brothel, but soon learns he can’t manage the chaos there without Johnson’s help.