* FLESH AND BONE. 9 p.m.

Sunday, Starz.

Fledgling actress (and Princeton, N.J.-raised dancer) Sarah Hay shines as a troubled young ballerina on the cusp of stardom in an eight-episode series from Moira Walley-Beckett, who won an Emmy for writing "Breaking Bad's" "Ozymandias" episode. Don't expect the world of ballet to be any less dark than the world of meth dealers. Starz subscribers who don't want to wait can see all eight online and On Demand.

* AGENT X. 9 p.m. Sunday, TNT.

Sharon Stone returns to television as the first female vice president the United States, a job that apparently puts a super-secret agent (Jeff Hephner, "Chicago Fire") at her disposal. Her chief steward (Gerald McRaney) has a few secrets of his own. Being a heartbeat away from the presidency probably isn't as much fun as it looks in the two-hour series premiere from William Blake Herron ("The Bourne Identity").

* GETTING ON. 10 p.m. Sunday, HBO.

From "Big Love" creators Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer comes the third and final season of their comedy about the staff and residents of a hospital's geriatric wing. Laurie Metcalf, Niecy Nash, Alex Borstein and Mel Rodriguez all return.


10 a.m. Sunday, SundanceTV.

Season 2 kicks off with the Paley Center for Media's look at CBS' "The Good Wife." "Late Late Show" host James Corden moderates discussion with stars Julianna Margulies, Christine Baranski and Matt Czuchry and creators Robert King and Michelle King.