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Sun­day Night with Megyn Kelly / 7:00pm (4) The former Fox News Chan­nel per­son­al­ity of­fi­cially be­gins her ten­ure at NBC News with the premiere of this mag­a­zine pro­gram, for which the spe­cial she did last year for the par­ent Fox net­work may have been some­thing of a pre­view with its per­son­al­ity pro­files.

Amer­i­can Ninja War­rior / 8:00pm (4) A huge an­nual draw for fans, this hit series presents — prior to the of­fi­cial start of its sixth sea­son — its high-stakes in­ter­na­tional com­pe­ti­tion “USA vs. the World,” which sees teams from Amer­ica, Europe and Ja­pan trav­el­ing to Las Ve­gas to tackle the pun­ish­ing fi­nals course. Matt Ise­man (who now can lay claim to hav­ing won the lat­est round of “The Celebrity Ap­pren­tice”) and Ak­bar Gba­jaBi­amila host this new episode.

The White Princess / 8:00pm (Starz) 10:46pm (Starz) 12:42am (Starz) This minis­eries adap­ta­tion of Philippa Gre­gory’s his­tor­i­cal novel about the wan­ing years of the War of the Roses con­cludes with “Old Curses,” in which a last con­fronta­tion be­tween the pre­tender and King Henry VII (Ja­cob CollinsLevy) ex­poses the monarch’s weak­nesses. Mean­while, Lizzie (Jodie Comer) bat­tles new demons, as well as some old curses.

Fam­ily Guy / 8:30pm (5) Sev­eral lit­er­ary clas­sics get loose retellings — very much in the style of this an­i­mated com­edy — in “High School English.” Ed­u­ca­tors may shud­der, or laugh, when they see what char­ac­ters in­clud­ing Peter and Stewie (both voiced by Seth MacFar­lane) do to three renowned tales that long have been class­room sta­ples: F. Scott Fitzger­ald’s “The Great Gatsby,” Mark Twain’s “The Ad­ven­tures of Huck­le­berry Finn” and John Stein­beck’s “Of Mice and Men.”

Fear the Walk­ing Dead / 9:00pm (AMC) 12:10am (AMC) 3:20am (AMC) Sea­son three of this apoc­a­lyp­tic drama opens with the core fam­i­lies closer to a rec­on­cil­i­a­tion than they may re­al­ize along the U.S.-Mex­i­can bor­der, where the end of the world has erad­i­cated in­ter­na­tional boundaries. Al­though Madi­son (Kim Dick­ens) has re­con­nected with Travis (Cliff Cur­tis), her son, Nick (Frank Dil­lane), re­mains badly shaken by his nar­row es­cape from an Amer­i­can mili­tia group.

Kim Dick­ens stars in “Fear the Walk­ing Dead” Sun­day on AMC.

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