‘Call the Midwife’
Based on the memoirs of the late Jennifer Worth, this quiet cousin to the other PBS British dramas (“Downton Abbey,” “Sherlock”), follows a group of London midwives. The series has its own special charms (and rabid fan base), but its heart and soul can be found in the character of Chummy (comedian Miranda Hart). For season three — set in 1959 — there are changes afoot, with a big move and new arrivals. Season premiere, 8 p.m. Sunday, March 30, on KCTS (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).
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Also on Sunday
“Once Upon a Time,” 8 p.m. (ABC): Neal yearns for a way to reconnect with his son; Regina finds a possible connection to Robin Hood; Belle and Lumiere, an enchanted candelabra, help with a magical solution to bring Rumpelstiltskin back from the dead.
“Food Court Wars,” 8 p.m. (Food): The owners of Gaufre Gourmet, a waffle-themed food truck, fight for food-court space against the owners of Pressed, with their sandwich-based concept.
“The Good Wife,” 9 p.m. (CBS): Alicia tries to cope with Will’s death, and Diane talks to the partners, who must decide how to proceed.
“The Walking Dead,” 9 p.m. (AMC): Many paths collide; Rick faces sheer brutality; the group struggles to survive.
“Crisis,” 10 p.m. (NBC): After a meeting with the president and first lady, Dunn and Finley realize the chief of staff is the next target; a hostage is taught a lesson after an escape attempt.
“House of Lies,” 10 p.m. (Showtime): Marty and Jeannie deal with the aftermath of a tragedy; Marty questions his friendship with Dre; Monica’s new company faces trouble; Doug tries to reconcile with Sarah; Marissa makes a business decision.
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