Sunday TV Picks: 'The Killing' returns to AMC
TV Picks for Sunday, April 1, 2012, include "The Killing" on AMC; "The 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards" on CBS; and "Worst Cooks in America" on Food.
Tonight in Prime Time
Like a lot of viewers, I was a bit frustrated with last year's season finale of this Seattle-set mystery. After 13 rain-soaked episodes, we still don't know who killed Rosie Larsen? Really? Executive producer Veena Sud has promised resolution in Season 2, so if you're willing to dive back in, you'll find more conspiracy, new clues and some intriguing character development. Call me a sucker, but after watching the season premiere, I'm all in. Two-hour season premiere, 8 p.m. Sunday on AMC (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).
Doug Knoop, Seattle Times staff
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Also on Sunday
"Once Upon a Time," 8 p.m. (ABC): Emma keeps searching for evidence to prove Mary Margaret's innocence in Kathryn's murder; the root of the evil queen's disdain for Snow White is revealed.
"The Celebrity Apprentice," 8 p.m. (NBC): The celebrities must create and sell a celebrity guidebook about New York, with Regis Philbin judging the product's quality; after an elimination and changes are made to the teams, the contestants must create an interactive health segment.
"The 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards," 8 p.m. (CBS): Reba McEntire and Blake Shelton host the annual ceremony honoring achievement in country music at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
"Worst Cooks in America," 9 p.m. (Food): The two remaining contestants make three-course menus for a panel of culinary experts: David Burke, Marcus Samuelsson and Susan Fenigner.
"Army Wives," 9 p.m. (Lifetime): David has a sports accident with a fellow classmate; Trevor and Roxy mediate between a soldier and his wife; Claudia Joy's distaste for Jackie affects her relationship with Denise.
"Game of Thrones," 9 p.m. (HBO): Tyrion arrives in King's Landing to counsel Joffrey; Stannis Baratheon plots an invasion to claim his late brother's throne; Daenerys and her three dragons search for allies and water; Bran presides over a threadbare Winterfell.
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