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What's on TV Sunday: Country Music Awards and "The Walking Dead"



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Reba McEntire will host the Academy of Country Music Awards

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Carrie Underwood and others perform at the Academy of Country Music Awards. And "The Walking Dead" ends its eighth season.

What's on Television

THE 53TH ANNUAL ACADEMY OF LANDMUSIK AWARDS 8 pm on CBS. Few genres romanticize laps to million stories like country music. Hosted by Reba McEntire, this show will feature promising newcomers and impressive veterans of the past year. Chris Stapleton, Garth Brooks, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban are among others nominated for the best prices. The show will feature performances by, among others, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, Florida Georgia Line and Jason Aldean

RIO (2011) 5pm. on FXM. This animated game, set in Carlos Saldanha's birthplace of Rio de Janeiro, brings affection and fun to a story about a kidnapped bird adapting to a new culture. Anne Hathaway and Jesse Eisenberg speak a pair of macaws. Jamie Foxx and will.i.am talk about a canary and a cardinal. "Rio 2" (2014) follows at 7.

THE WALKING DEAD 21.00. on AMC. A final episode includes the eighth season of AMC's Zombie Megahit. Right after that, at 10, a new season of "Fear the Walking Dead" begins. Morgan (Lennie James), a character in the main series, appears in the first episode of the fourth season of the spinoff.

What's Streaming

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Daniel Day-Lewis and Vicky Krieps in "Phantom Thread"

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PHANTOM THREAD (2017) on iTunes and Amazon. Paul Thomas Anderson's last film is about a man who believes the world revolves around him. Daniel Day Lewis plays the man, a tailor in the 1950s in London called Reynolds Woodcock, in what he said was his last screen performance. Vicky Krieps portrays Alma, a waitress who becomes his partner in love and verbal sparring. "It's a chamber piece of music, romantic and baroque alike, with captivating harmonies and ravishing sound changes." A. O. Scott wrote in his review for The New York Times. There is also an Oscar-nominated score by Jonny Greenwood.

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