The second batch of new fall series turns up this week, plus the returns of those series that survived the axe. The trip down memory lane takes you to Dodge City, where old pals James Arness and Amanda Blake star in a "Gunsmoke" revival. And of course you'll set aside this afternoon for the Redskins-Atlanta Falcons game and this evening for the 39th annual Emmy Awards from Pasadena.

SUNDAY

SUNDAY TODAY at 8 a.m. on 4

REDSKINS AT ATLANTA at 1 on CBS

60 MINUTES at 7 on CBS

21 JUMP STREET at 7 on 5 and 45

MURDER, SHE WROTE at 8 on CBS

EMMY AWARDS at 8 on 5 and 45

NATURE at 8 on 22/67 and 26

MY TWO DADS at 8:30 on NBC

THE HIGHWAYMAN at 9 on NBC

The morning begins with a newcomer on WRC, "Sunday Today," at 8 a.m. It's a weekend edition of NBC's "Today" and stars Maria Shriver and Boyd Matson as anchors. After lunch, tune in to the Redskins-Falcons game in Atlanta. Tonight's menu starts at 7 with the return of new -- and 20th -- season for "60 Minutes" and the second season for Fox's "21 Jump Street" (the cops investigate the kidnapping of a high school student). At 8, the 39th Annual Emmy Awards includes salutes to the late Jackie Gleason and Fred Astaire and to "Hill Street Blues." The awards will be telecast on Fox Broadcasting stations live from the Pasadena (Calif.) Civic Auditorium. NBC's "L.A. Law" has 20 nominations; "Golden Girls" and ABC's "Moonlighting" each have 14. There is no one host, although there's a slew of presenters, including Joan Rivers, in her first appearance since her husband's suicide; plus Michael J. Fox, Mary Tyler Moore, Victoria Principal, Tom Selleck, Bruce Willis, Jay Leno, David Letterman, Howie Mandel, Bob Newhart and Garry Shandling. At the same time, CBS' "Murder, She Wrote" is back (Jessica goes to Paris) with guest stars Danielle Brisebois, Fritz Weaver and Juliette Prowse, and PBS stations begin a new season for "Nature." NBC premieres "My Two Dads" at 8:30, a sitcom starring Paul Reiser and Greg Evigan as two guys who have custody of a girl (Staci Keanan) who lost her mother, former girlfriend of both men. The network then offers a new made-for-TV movie at 9 called "The Highwayman," starring Sam Jones as an undercover federal agent operating out of a high-tech 18-wheel truck who tries to save a war veteran and accused bank robber (Jimmy Smits) targeted for death by a corrupt small-town official. G. Gordon Liddy gets that role, and Claudia Christian plays the hero's contact with headquarters. Note: At 6, WETA begins a new series called "DeGrassi Junior High." SPORTS: Kansas City Chiefs at Seattle Seahawks (4 on NBC); Dallas at New York Giants (4 on CBS). MOVIES: "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" (9 on ABC); "Micki and Maude" (9 on CBS).

MONDAY MACGYVER at 8 on ABC

ALF at 8 on NBC

FRANK'S PLACE at 8 on CBS

VALERIE'S FAMILY at 8:30 on NBC

IF IT'S TUESDAY, IT STILL MUST BE BELGIUM at 9 on NBC

CAGNEY & LACEY at 10 on CBS

THE HEALTH CENTURY at 10 on PBS Back at 8 are ABC's "MacGyver" with the first half of a two-parter, NBC's "Alf" (he's banished to the garage), and CBS' "Frank's Place" with guests Joe Frazier and Don King. Sandy Duncan shows up in the revamped "Valerie's Family" (8:30 on NBC) as the aunt who comes to live with her brother, Michael. NBC follows with a made-for-TV movie, "If It's Tuesday, It Still Must Be Belgium" (a remake of the 1969 comedy). Claude Akins, Bruce Weitz, Richard Moll, Courteney Cox, Stephen Furst and Peter Graves are among a group of Americans on a European bus tour. At 10, CBS' "Cagney & Lacey" is back for its sixth and possibly last season with a story about a schizophrenic who is the witness in a robbery case. PBS' "The Health Century" gets its debut at 10 with a look at key physicians directing research programs at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda. SPORTS: New England Patriots at New York Jets (9 on ABC). TUESDAY WHO'S THE BOSS? at 8 on ABC

MATLOCK at 8 on NBC

FULL HOUSE at 8:30 on ABC

ANGEL IN GREEN at 9 on CBS

WE THE PEOPLE at 9 on PBS

I MARRIED DORA at 9:30 on ABC

CRIME STORY at 10 on NBC Andy Griffith went off to London to film the two-hour season return of "Matlock" (8 on NBC), in which our hero conducts a mock re-trial to establish a new defense for a son convicted of killing his billionaire industrialist father. David McCallum and Don Murray get the supporting roles. That's followed on NBC by the return of "Crime Story," with a tale about an ambitious senator, a movie star and a mob boss. ABC returns "Who's the Boss?" at 8 (Angela vies with another woman for Tony's services at a charity auction) and introduces "Full House" at 8:30, with John Stamos, Bob Saget and David Coulier (two of the men help the third, a widower, raise his three youngsters). The series will take up a Friday time slot beginning this week. Bruce Boxleitner of "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" and Susan Dey of "L.A. Law" pair up to star as a Green Beret captain and a nun in "Angel in Green," a new made-for-TV movie (9 on CBS). Milo O'Shea co-stars as a priest assigned to a missionary outpost on a remote South Seas island, which is about to be overrun by terrorists. The show was filmed on Raratonga in the Cook Islands. On ABC, Elizabeth Pena appears as a housekeeper who marries her boss, a widower (Daniel Hugh-Kelly). The series lands in its regular slot on Friday. PBS stations offer the beginning of a four-part series hosted by Peter Jennings called "We the People," celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Constitution, and Jennings turns up at 11:30 as American anchor of an ABC news special linking this country with the Soviet Union. The 90-minute program will be live here and in Moscow, where the anchor is Leonid Zolotarevsky. Note: At 10, WETA begins a rerun of the 13-part "The Adams Chronicles," starring George Grizzard and Kathryn Walker as John and Abigail.

WEDNESDAY PERFECT STRANGERS at 8 on ABC

HEAD OF THE CLASS at 8:30 on ABC

HOOPERMAN at 9 on ABC

THE EQUALIZER at 9 on CBS

THE "SLAP" MAXWELL STORY at 9:30 on ABC

DYNASTY at 10 on ABC Back tonight for ABC's new season are "Perfect Strangers," with a cast addition, Eugene Roche as the editor of the newspaper where the cousins work; "Head of the Class" (an episode involving science fair projects), and new "Hooperman" at 9, with John Ritter as Harry Hooperman, an unconventional cop. If you liked "Buffalo Bill" several seasons back, you'll probably like "The 'Slap' Maxwell Story" on ABC, starring Dabney Coleman as a cocky sportswriter who immediately gets into a wrangle with his editor, played by Brian Smiar. The series debuts at 9:30, a project of Jay Tarses ("Buffalo Bill" and "The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd"). Stay tuned for the season's premiere of "Dynasty," as James Healey pulls Joan Collins out of the river and saves her life. CBS' "The Equalizer" is back for a new season with guest Telly Savalas as a terrorist-turned-monk who helps Robert McCall combat a terrorist bent on destroying New York. CBS' "Adderly" moves to 11:30 p.m. with an episode set in Morocco. Guests: Danny Pintauro of "Who's the Boss?" on NBC's "Highway to Heaven" (8 on NBC). THURSDAY THE COSBY SHOW at 8 on NBC

TOUR OF DUTY at 8 on CBS

A DIFFERENT WORLD at 8:30 on NBC

CHEERS at 9 on NBC

KNOTS LANDING at 10 on CBS "The Cosby Show" is back with new episodes, up against new "Tour of Duty" on CBS. On the year's top-rated program, the Huxtables' daughter Sondra and her husband Elvin are back from their honeymoon with surprising news. Sondra's sister Denise (Lisa Bonet) is back too with her own show, "A Different World," which finds her at Hillman College with a new roommate (Dawnn Lewis). NBC follows with the return of "Cheers" (Sam returns from an around-the-world trip to find a new manager at the bar). CBS hopes to pull a share of viewers away from its rival with new "Tour of Duty." Sgt. Zeke Anderson (Terence Knox) takes his platoon into the jungles of Vietnam. Volunteers from Company B must crawl into a huge underground tunnel complex to rescue Pvt. Taylor (Miguel A. Nunez Jr.), who has been wounded and taken captive while searching for enemy sipers. And Red Buttons joins the cast of "Knots Landing" for its ninth season premiere. MOVIES: "Ghostbusters" (9 on ABC).

FRIDAY DALLAS at 8 on CBS

MIAMI VICE at 9 on NBC

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST at 10 on CBS NBC's venerable "Today" show begins a week of programming live from Beijing and Shanghai and returns "Miami Vice" for a new season in the evening. On the 10th season, two-hour return of "Dallas," the Ewing family awaits the fate of Pam after her car accident. If Bobby Ewing could return after his death in a car accident, so can the driver of the car that hit him, so Morgan Brittany returns as Katherine Wentworth. On CBS' unusual new series "Beauty and the Beast," Linda Hamilton appears as the Beauty (a New York lawyer), Ron Perlman is the Beast and Roy Dotrice appears as Father. This one's really different.

SATURDAY GUNSMOKE: RETURN TO DODGE at 8 on CBS

THE FACTS OF LIFE at 8:30 on NBC

227 at 8:30 on NBC

NEW ADVENTURES OF BEANS BAXTER at 8:30 on 5 and 45

SECOND CHANCE at 9 on 5 and 45

J.J. STARBUCK at 9:30 on NBC

DUET at 9:30 on 5 and 45

JAKE AND THE FATMAN at 10 on CBS At 8, CBS offers "Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge," starring the longrunning series' original stars, James Arness at Matt Dillon and Amanda Blake as Kitty Russell. Buck Taylor is back as gunsmith Newly O'Brien, now the town's marshal, and Steve Forrest returns as Mannon, the role he played on several episodes of the series. NBC returns "The Facts of Life," its longest-running sitcom, with an episode about Jo (Nancy McKeon), unemployed and homeless, who meets up with a man who helps her (Richard Moll of "Night Court"). The network follows with the return of "227" (Mary and Sandra dress as men to attend a party honoring Lester), then introduces "J.J. Starbuck." Patty Duke guests on the 90-minute preview, playing a Beverly Hills society matron who may have killed the wife of her business partner. Dale Robertson has the title role, as an eccentric Texas billionaire who travels the country solving cases for no compensation. The shows will settle in Tuesdays beginning next week. Fox returns "Werewolf" and "The New Adventures of Beans Baxter," then introduces "Second Chance" starring Kiel Martin (formerly of "Hill Street Blues") as a man who, neither good enough for heaven nor bad enough for hell, must return to Earth to coach the teen-age version of himself (played by Matthew Perry). That's followed by the return of "Duet." CBS settles "Jake and the Fatman" into the 10 p.m. slot (William Conrad is district attorney J. L. McCabe, with Robert Reed and Bridget Hanley as guests), and ABC decides on "Splash," starring Daryl Hannah and Tom Hanks. ABC " SPORTS: Mercedes Mile, a sprint down Fifth Avenue in New York (2 on 9) plus college football on several stations. CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3