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What to Watch on Sunday: ‘Game of Thrones’ addresses Snow’s fate

Peter Dinklage, left, and Conleth Hill in “Game of Thrones” on HBO.
Peter Dinklage, left, and Conleth Hill in “Game of Thrones” on HBO. HBO

Game of Thrones (9 p.m., HBO) – It’s finally here. In the Season 6 premiere, fans will officially learn the fate of Jon Snow. Apart from that, we’ve gathered a few other things to expect in the opening episode and in the new season: Daenerys Targaryen meets a strong man (Strong Belwas, perhaps?); Cersei Lannister sees her daughter again, though not under pleasant circumstances; we’ll see imprisoned Margaery Tyrell truly terrified and uncertain, perhaps for the first time ever; the always tough Arya Stark – who is blind – trains for physical combat; and Bran Stark will return (not seen since Season 4).

Also on . . .

N.C. Bookwatch (Noon, UNC-TV) – John Hood talks to host D.G. Martin about his book, “Catalyst: Jim Martin and the Rise of North Carolina Republicans.”

Bob’s Burgers (8:30 p.m., Fox) – Bob’s friend Warren offers to invest in the restaurant and give it a makeover.

The Good Wife (9 p.m., CBS) – Things go from bad to worse when Alicia throws a party for the upcoming wedding of Howard and Jackie.

Mr. Selfridge (10 p.m., UNC-TV) – Jimmy devises a plan to save Harry, while a love triangle meets its end.

Quantico (10 p.m., ABC) – Alex discovers some familiar faces while searching for the terrorist.

United Shades of America (10 p.m., CNN) – The premier of a new series in which comedian W. Kamau Bell travels the country to explore issues of race. He starts with a trip South to speak to KKK members.

Silicon Valley (10 p.m., HBO) – After being fired, an angry Richard faces a tough decision in the Season 3 opener.

Veep (10:30 p.m., HBO) – As Season 5 opens, Selina, on the night after the election, discovers a possible road to victory.