A list of offerings most likely to get viewers talking:
Viewers who miss "Desperate Housewives" will want to try "Devious Maids," the new comedy-drama-mystery-serial from "Housewives" creator Marc Cherry. "Maids," an exuberant variation on "Housewives," debuts at 10 p.m. Sunday on Lifetime. The series follows the resourceful title characters who must put up with difficult bosses. Those employers include Susan Lucci as a self-absorbed matron, Grant Show as a self-absorbed actor and Brett Cullen as a stressed husband. Ana Ortiz charms as the main maid, who is determined to solve a mystery. But if you didn't enjoy visiting Wisteria Lane, you'll want to stay away.
"Mad Men" concludes its most controversial season at 10 p.m. Sunday on AMC. Is Don Draper (Jon Hamm) a monster, a mess or both? Whatever he is, he's miserable. The trailer suggests momentous twists await viewers. Will mysterious Bob Benson (James Wolk) be sticking around? The actor is moving on to "The Crazy Ones," Robin Williams' new comedy for fall.
Discovery Channel offers "Skywive Live With Nik Wallenda" at 8 p.m. Sunday. The "King of the High Wire" will try to cross the Grand Canyon. Discovery will use that event to help promote the new reality series "Naked & Afraid," which starts roughly at 10:20. This reality contest will have people talking because the show pairs strangers in a survival of the fittest experiment. Those strangers are a man and a woman who, like the title says, have no clothing. They will struggle to survive 21 days in an extreme environment. How do you like that premise? (The nudity, by the way, will be blurred.)
Lifetime delivers "Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret," another docudrama ripped from the headlines, at 8 p.m. Saturday. Tania Raymonde plays the convicted murderer, and Jesse Lee Soffer is Travis Alexander, Aria's former lover and victim. If you didn't follow the case, this movie probably won't matter to you.
As a tribute to the late James Gandolfini, Bravo will repeat the "Sopranos" star's interview on "Inside the Actors Studio." It airs at 6 p.m. Sunday. The actor said, in the 2004 chat, that he thought Tony Soprano's search for meaning in life resonated with viewers.