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Top TV picks for week of Nov. 13-19

Chuck Barney’s top TV picks for the week of Nov. 13-19:

>> Sunday: It looks like tonight’s episode of “The Walking Dead” will focus on Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the remaining core group of survivors in Alexandria. But we’re more worried about poor naked Daryl (Norman Reedus, pictured), who’s being held prisoner by evil Negan. 7 p.m., AMC.

>> Monday: Are you ready to rocket off to “Mars”? This ambitious, six-part hybrid series from producers Ron Howard and Brian Grazer blends documentary material with scripted drama as it imagines man’s maiden voyage to the red planet. 7 p.m., National Geographic Channel.

>> Tuesday: Michelle Dockery of “Downton Abbey” fame returns to prime time in the suspenseful new drama “Good Behavior,” but you’ll hardly recognize her. The woman who played staid Lady Mary is now Letty Raines, a Southern thief and con artist who was recently released from prison. She’s got a potty mouth and a weakness for booze and drugs. When she accidentally runs into a suave hit man (Juan Diego Botto), things get interesting. 7 p.m.,TNT.

>> Wednesday: “Undercover” is a new political thriller about an esteemed London lawyer (Sophie Okonedo, pictured) who suddenly learns that her husband (Adrian Lester) has been hiding a secret past life from her. The cast includes Dennis Haysbert. 6 p.m., BBC America.

>> Thursday: The hourlong special “UNICHEF: Uniting Through Food” spotlights the work of three celebrity chefs and their efforts to give back to the community. The program is inspired by the best-selling cookbook by Hilary Gumbel. 5 p.m., TLC.

>> Friday: In an offbeat episode of “Hawaii Five-0,” McGarrett and the gang find themselves recalling one of history’s most puzzling cases when a conspiracy theorist with evidence that JFK’s Cabinet ordered his assassination is murdered. 8 p.m., CBS.

>> Saturday: The parade of warm-and-fuzzy holiday movies continues with “My Christmas Dream.” This one has “Wonder Years” alumna Danica McKellar, pictured, making all merry and bright as a department store employee who wants to create the best season display ever. 6 p.m., Hallmark.

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