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What to Watch on Sunday: 'Glee Project' finale, Kings of Leon documentary

The Glee Project (9pm, Oxygen) - In the Season 1 finale, the final contestants deliver a group performance of the song "Raise Your Glass," after which the winner is revealed.

True Blood (9pm, HBO) - A Festival of Tolerance in Shreveport finds Marnie plotting another strike against the vampires, much to Tara and Holly's dismay. Meanwhile, a recuperating Sookie mulls a world where Bill and Eric can coexist, and Marcus recruits an ally to deal with Sam.

Drop Dead Diva (9pm, Lifetime) - Jane represents a former sorority house mother who lost her entire savings at a local casino and wants to prove that the casino is responsible for the loss.

In the Flow with Affion Crockett (9:30pm, Fox) - David Koechner, Michael Strahan, and Hugh Moore are Crockett's guest stars.

Talihini Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon (10pm, Showtime) - The story of the brothers Followill, three young men from Oklahoma who, along with their cousin Matthew, rose from humble God-fearing beginnings to become Grammy-winning global superstars. This documentary uses exclusive footage of the members and their family to chart the creation of Kings of Leon in 2002.

Breaking Bad (10pm, AMC) - A shocking discovery unsettles Skyler. Meanwhile, Walter Jr leans on his father to buy him a car, and Mike gets surprise help from Jesse.

Curb Your Enthusiasm (10pm, HBO) - Larry and Rosie O'Donnell vie for the same woman's affection. Also, Larry gets to the bottom of a Japanese cultural tradition and turns down lunch with a Los Angeleno.

Entourage (10:30pm, HBO) - Dissatisfied with his new "Johnny Bananas" costar, Drama hatches a plan to bring Andrew Dice Clay back to the show.

What to Watch on Sunday: Busy TV night has something for everyone

Daytime Emmy Awards (8pm, CBS) - Wayne Brady hosts the 38th annual awards show honoring soaps, daytime talk, and children's programs. Pat Sajak and Alex Trebek are each honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

Falling Skies (9pm, TNT) - The premiere of a new summer series about a catastrophic alien invasion, executive produced by Steven Spielberg. Tonight's two-hour debut introduces us to Tom Mason (Noah Wyle, right) and a regiment of citizen soldiers who fight against the invaders. The show begins six months after the attack, the purpose of which remains a mystery even then. It's good. Read our review.

Drop Dead Diva (9pm, Lifetime) - Season 3 opens with Jane waiting for Grayson to awake from his coma. Paula Abdul, Wendy Williams, and LeAnn Rimes guest star.

Miss USA Pageant (9pm, NBC) - Andy Cohen and Giuliana Rancic host the pageant, which features 51 women competing in swimsuit, interview, and evening wear categories.

AFI Life Achievement Award 2011: Morgan Freeman (9pm, TV Land) - Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman receives the AFI's 39th Life Achievement Award at a ceremony taped last week in LA. Guests include Clint Eastwood, Denzel Washington, and Helen Mirren.

The Glee Project (9pm, Oxygen) - The second episode tests the contestants' theatricality. They are also tasked with performing the Twisted Sister metal anthem, "We're Not Gonna Take It."

The Glades (10pm, A&E) - Sharon Lawrence (left) guest stars as the owner of a family racing dynasty in a NASCAR-themed episode that centers around a stolen car and a dead body. NASCAR drivers Tony Stewart, Carl Edwards and Joey Logano also appear.

Game of Thrones (10pm, HBO) - The first season ends with tragic news reaching all corners of the Seven Kingdoms, which coincides with a shared vision by Bran and Rickon Stark. Meanwhile, Catelyn presses Jaime about her son's fall, and Daenerys suffers a terrible setback.

The Killing (10pm, AMC) - In the season finale, the identification of Orpheus provides a vital connection to the case, and Mitch and Stan reflect on the past while contemplating their family's future. This show has been renewed for a second season.

Ryan & Tatum: The O'Neals (10pm, OWN) - A new reality series following Ryan and Tatum O'Neal, possibly the most messed up father & daughter duo on the planet. Over the course of the series, the two try to repair their relationship following a 25-year estrangement. Ryan O'Neal has publicly expressed disappointment that Oprah wasn't hands-on during the filming to "use her magic" and fix them.

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