Susan Lucci hosts the second season premiere of “Deadly Affairs” (Investigation Discovery at 10 p.m.), which looks at tales of affairs involving “greed, temptation and revenge.”

Tia Belle, a New Jersey police detective turned psychic medium, lands her own reality show with “Psychic Tia” (A&E at 10, 10:30), as she helps people connect with deceased loved ones.

The future of the world depends on Hank in the series finale of the short-lived drama “Zero Hour” (ABC at 8, 9), as he rushes to stop his enemy’s evil plan.

Sunday talk show guests: “Platts Energy Week” (WUSA at 7:30 a.m.) interviews Natural Resources Defense Council’s Bob Deans, Devon Energy’s Larry Nichols and former senator Byron Dorgan; “This Week in Defense News” (WUSA at 8) has Military Times’ Rick Maze, Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson, American Enterprise Institute’s Mackenzie Eaglen and Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments’ Todd Harrison; “BioCentury This Week” (WUSA at 8:30) features Avalere Health’s Caroline Pearson, George Washington University’s Taylor Burke and Joel Ario from Manatt Health Solutions.

“Fox News Sunday” (Fox at 9) hosts Gen. Michael Hayden and Reps. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) and Eric Cantor (R-Va.); “White House Chronicle” (WETA at 9) has General Atomics’ John Parmentola, NRGPolitics.com’s Burke Moeller and IHS CERA’s Jone-Lin Wang; “State of the Union” (CNN at 9) features Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.), football referee Sarah Thomas and Rep. Steve Israel (D-N.Y.); “Face the Nation” (CBS at 10:30) talks to Reps. Michael McCaul (R-Tex.) and Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.); “Bloomberg Government’s Capitol Gains” (WUSA at 11:30) has Dominion’s Thomas F. Farrell, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research’s Janet Woodcock and Bloomberg Government’s Loren Duggan.

Sunday night, the season premiere of “Secret Millionaire” (ABC at 8) starts in Baltimore as the founder of Auntie Anne’s Pretzels, Anne Beiler, visits grass-roots nonprofit organizations in Baltimore, including an organization that helps sick children and their families handle illnesses.

Brad Orrison and his relatives, called the (unofficial) First Family of Mississippi Barbecue, are the stars of “The Shed” (Food Network at 10), as it follows the family-run barbecue restaurant in Mississippi.

There are a few remaining survivors on “Falling Skies” (TNT at 10), but they’re not sure how long that’s going to last when some terrifying new figures show up in the Season 3 finale.

— Emily Yahr