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What to Watch on Sunday: Season finales for ‘Homeland’ and ‘Survivor’

Mandy Patinkin as Saul and Claire Danes as Carrie in Showtime’s “Homeland.”
Mandy Patinkin as Saul and Claire Danes as Carrie in Showtime’s “Homeland.”

Homeland (9pm, Showtime) - Season 3 ends with security forces closing in on Carrie and Brody, and Brody struggling to find redemption. Meanwhile, Saul plans a last-ditch rescue effort.

Also on tonight . . .

The Simpsons (8pm, Fox) - In “White Christmas Blues,” Springfield turns into a winter wonderland filled with yuletide revelers when snow blankets the town -- as a result of the nuclear power plant springing a leak.

Survivor: Blood vs. Water (8pm, CBS) - The final three castaways are determined and they attend tribal council where they are questioned by the jury. The winner is revealed in the 10 p.m. reunion show.

Finding Christmas (8pm, Hallmark) - A displeased New York City executive swaps houses at Christmas with an unhappy North Carolina repairman, and each finds his own unexpected holiday romance.

Psych: The Musical (9pm, USA) - A musical extravaganza follows Shawn and Gus’ search for an escaped playwright who has declared criminally insane following a suspicious fire. Complicating matters, a person who may have important evidence is an enemy from Shawn’s past.

All I Want for Christmas (9pm, ION) - An executive is able to hear people’s unspoken thoughts thanks to a magical Christmas pin given to her by one of Santa’s helpers, and she tries to be a better person with his newly acquired power.

Revenge (9pm, ABC) - Emily and Daniel’s wedding day arrives, but problems arise when Emily’s foes join forces.

Masters of Sex (10pm, Showtime) - Season 1 ends with Masters making a hospital-wdie prevention of his work and being disappointed with the response. Meanwhile, Haas entertains a job offer at UCLA Hospital and considers what it would mean for his relationship with Virginia, and Scully pursues electroshock therapy treatment with the hope of curing his homosexuality, but Margaret has second thoughts about the risks involved.

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