“Breaking Bad” returns tonight which is excellent news for many readers. I don’t watch it at the moment because I really only have the stomach for one drama I’m far too emotionally invested in at a time and the one I had been watching just ended so it’s on the shortlist of contenders I will attempt to get into next. I’m pretty sure I watched the first episode or two forever ago and then didn’t anymore for reasons I can’t remember. But I remember that Bryan Cranston’s character was supposed to be dying so I guess he got over that? Spoiler alert? Really, though, I’m happy for all of you and hope you have a big evening planned (what’s the theme snack for a show about meth? Doesn’t it kill your appetite?) or the DVR set and your Facebook switched off until you watch the episode. For anyone who doesn’t have their night organized around “Breaking Bad,” here’s your Sunday night TV:
7:00pm: “Dateline NBC” on NBC
8:00pm: “Big Brother” on CBS
“Cyberbully” on ABC Family. Original telefilm. This is really only tangentially related, but you know how gorgeous celebrities will go on talk shows and ‘reveal’ how THEY got bullied in school and were outcasts and somehow that’s supposed to be shocking? It’s always bugged me, not because I don’t believe them, but because there’s a certain age range in which kids are absolute shits to one another and I’m pretty sure EVERYONE gets a little by the time they come out of it no matter who you are.
“Chocolate Myths” on Food Network
“Jerseylicious” on Style
“Season 25: Oprah Behind the Scenes” on OWN
“Sunday Best” on BET
9:00pm: “Big Rich Texas” on Style. Series premiere.
“Bridezillas” on WE
“Celebrity Rehab with Dr.Drew” on VH1
“Drop Dead Diva” on Lifetime
“Finding Sarah” on OWN
“The Glee Project” on Oxygen. Now that they’ve announced some of the “Glee” cast will be graduating out, anyone want to take bets on how many spin-offs we get? I’m thinking at least one in New York featuring Kurt, Blaine, and possibly Rachel. I really wish we could just get “That’s How Sue Cs It” or “Fondue for Two” but I think those possibilities are just too beautiful to be real.
“Hoarding: Buried Alive” on TLC
“Ice Road Truckers” on History
“Leverage” on TNT
“Masterpiece!: Zen: Vendetta” on PBS
“The Next Food Network Star” on Food Network
“True Blood” on HBO
10:00pm: “Amsale Girls” on WE. First season finale
“Breaking Bad” on AMC. Fourth season premiere.
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” on HBO
“Falling Skies” on TNT
“Famous Food” on VH1
“The Glades” on A&E
“Heat Seekers” on Food Network. Series premiere.
“In Plain Sight” on USA
“Keeping Up with the Kadashians” on E
“The Marriage Ref” on NBC
“My Strange Addiction” on TLC. Second season premiere.
“The Protector” on Lifetime
“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” on Bravo
“The Real L Word” on Showtime
“Ryan & Tatum: The O’Neals” on OWN
“Sand Masters” on Travel
“Vegas Strip” on TruTV. Series premiere.
10:30pm: “Ice Loves Coco” on E
11:00pm: “What What Happens” on Bravo. OK, so I thought this was just the special they put on after season finales of different shows where they brought everyone together so they could reveal some more incredibly obviously scripted information about the show, but it’s on like ever week so I guess it’s not. Is it just Bravo’s version of a talk show?
11:45pm: “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” on Adult Swim
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