What are you most likely to watch this Sunday night?

2013 Oscar host Seth MacFarlane presents the Academy nominations for the 85th Academy Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif.  MacFarlane may bring a cheekiness to Sunday's show that prods younger viewers to check out the Oscars just to see what he might pull.

Photo by Chris Pizzello

2013 Oscar host Seth MacFarlane presents the Academy nominations for the 85th Academy Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif. MacFarlane may bring a cheekiness to Sunday's show that prods younger viewers to check out the Oscars just to see what he might pull.

What are you most likely to watch on TV Sunday night?

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Sunday nights are always busy for television viewers, drawn by such diverse fare as "60 Minutes," "Family Guy" and "Downton Abbey." Even the Super Bowl and the Grammys landed on Sundays earlier this month.

So Animal Planet will be showing the Knoxville-based episode of "Finding Bigfoot" (10 p.m. Sunday) on a busy evening that also includes the debut of new episodes of the zombie drama "The Walking Dead" (9 p.m., AMC) and the angst-ridden "Girls" (9 p.m., HBO), not to mention the granddaddy of all awards shows, the Oscars (8:30 p.m., ABC).

With that in mind, we ask: What are you most likely to watch this Sunday night?

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Comments » 1

iamapotatohead writes:

WALKING DEAD. Then Talking Dead. I wouldn't waste my time on the Oscar's. It is rigged.

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