What to Watch Sunday: The Primetime Emmys, Dexter's Dead End, Three Other Finales and More

Sep 21 2013, 9:12pm CDT | by TV Line

What to Watch Sunday: The Primetime Emmys, Dexter's Dead End, Three Other Finales and More
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On TV this Sunday: Neil Patrick Harris and the Emmy Awards meet again, Dexter and Copper end their runs and Devious Maids makes a day of it. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

10 am — 11 pm Devious Maids (Lifetime) | Catch up on Season 1 in its entirety, leading up to a dramatic season finale at 10 pm. (Watch an exclusive video.) (And yes, renewed.)

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8 pm 65th Primetime Emmy Awards (CBS) | Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother) hosts TV’s biggest night for a second time, while I pretend to be happy for all of Modern Family‘s inevitable wins. (And on that bitter note, check out our Emmy predictions gallery!)

8:30 pm Austin & Ally (Disney Channel) | Dez and Trish decide to make a movie about Austin and Ally.

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9 pm Dexter (Showtime) | Series finale: Dexter is faced with impossible odds. (Get finale scoop.)

9 pm Boardwalk Empire (HBO) | Nucky has reservations about investing in a Tampa land deal, but befriends local speakeasy owner Sally Wheet (recurring guest star Patricia Arquette, Medium) while there.

9 pm Foyle’s War (PBS) | Foyle investigates a mysterious military facility; Sam helps Adam campaign for parliament.

9 pm Breaking Bad (AMC) | Your weekly dose of ambiguity: “A conclusion closes in from events set in motion long ago.” (Note: This week’s episode and the series finale have been expanded to 75 minutes. Set your DVRs accordingly!)

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10 pm Copper (BBC America) | Series finale: Corcoran, Morehouse and Freeman join a national effort to hunt down John Wilkes Booth. (Find out why it was axed.)

10 pm Ray Donovan (Showtime) | Season finale: Ray leaks Sully’s whereabouts. Oops. (Renewed.)

10:15 pm Low Winter Sun (AMC) | The DPD catches a break on the case, and Damon and Maya’s freedom is in jeopardy.

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COMING NEXT SUNDAY: Once Upon a Time, The Good Wife and 10 (!) other favorites return; Betrayal, Masters of Sex and Hello Ladies premiere.

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


Source: TV Line

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