What to Watch Sunday: Newsroom Story Breaks (Apart), VMAs Get *NSYNC, Dog Logs Off & More

Aug 24 2013, 9:22pm CDT | by TV Line

What to Watch Sunday: Newsroom Story Breaks (Apart), VMAs Get *NSYNC, Dog Logs Off & More
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On TV this Sunday: It’s a bad night to be in The Newsroom, Dog With a Blog has to make a rrrruff decision, the MTV Video Music Awards rock out, and is Jesse actually considering Breaking Bad? Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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8 pm Family Dance-Off (ABC) | Five families who love to dance perform and compete for $10,000 in this special, hosted by Dancing With the Stars pro Derek Hough. (Step away, Ross and Monica!)

8 pm Dog With a Blog (Disney Channel) | Season finale: Stan’s former owner unexpectedly shows up and offers to take the pooch back to meet his real canine family, so… ready some hugs for your rugrats! (Yep, renewed.)

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9 pm 2013 MTV Video Music Awards (MTV) | Hitmakers Robin Thicke, Bruno Mars, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and many others will be on hand for the “music” channel’s annual accolades, but who are we kidding: This is the only thing we truly care about.

9 pm Breaking Bad (AMC) | Jesse decides to make a change; Walt and Skyler try to deal with an unexpected demand.

9 pm Silk (PBS) | Two-hour series premiere: British barrister Martha Costello aspires to the rank of Queen’s counsel but must deal with challenging cases, an ambitious student and a formidable rival.

9 pm Unforgettable (CBS) | Carrie and Al’s latest case turns into one of national security when they learn the victim was a government informant.

9 pm Dexter (Showtime) | Dexter investigates a murder that hits close to home.

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10 pm The Newsroom (HBO) | The details of how ACN so spectacularly screwed up the Operation Genoa story are revealed. (Get scoop!)

10 pm Copper (BBC America) | Back at the precinct, Corcoran finds a close friend in peril.

10 pm Low Winter Sun (AMC) | Frank and Geddes work to cover up the evidence in McCann’s murder; Damon’s crew prepares for the Blind Pig opening.

Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!


Source: TV Line

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