If you have never experienced David Suchet’s definitive portrayal of Agatha Christie’s Belgian sleuth, Hercule Poirot, it’s about time you settle into a comfy chair — perhaps with a cup of tea — and enjoy. N’est ce pas? The first of two new cases (“The Big Four”), adapted by Mark Gatiss (“Sherlock”), airs tonight. 9 p.m. Sunday, July 27, on KCTS (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).
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Also on Sunday
“MLB Baseball,” 1 p.m. (ROOT): Baltimore Orioles at Seattle Mariners (Live).
“Unforgettable,” 9 p.m. (CBS): While Al and Carrie investigate the murder of a Coast Guard officer, they must find a missing block of C-4 explosive.
“The Last Ship,” 9 p.m. (TNT): Panic spreads throughout the ship when Lt. Danny Green comes down with a mysterious illness; Chandler begins to lose faith in Rachel’s vaccine trials.
“Ray Donovan,” 9 p.m. (Showtime): Ray and Abby want Bridget to attend her dream school, but Stu Feldman stands in the way; Mickey has a date with an old flame; Ray prevents Kate from getting solid information.
“Escaping Alaska,” 10 p.m. (TLC): Five young Inuits lie to their loved ones and risk the possibility of leaving them stranded during the harsh winter in order to escape from their villages and pursue dreams of a different life in San Diego.
“The Lottery,” 10:01 p.m. (Lifetime): Alison faces the aftermath of her actions; Vanessa, Darius and the president’s advisers debate the lottery; Kyle and Elvis seek refuge with an old friend.
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