From animation to espionage, it seems like there is something for everyone to watch tonight. Check out the season premieres airing on Sunday.

Fox’s animation lineup will kick off with “Bob’s Burgers.” Season 7 starts with Louise (Kristen Schaal) getting the flu and having a crazy fever dream. Meanwhile, “The Simpsons” will kick off Season 28 with tragedy when Springfield burns to the ground. Then, on “Family Guy” Season 15, Brian (Seth MacFarlane) and Stewie (MacFarlane) start a band while Chris (Seth Green) gets an interesting new job.

Though the three comedies aren’t crossing over, they have a guest star that does. Amy Schumer will play different characters in all three season premieres, TV Guide reports.

“Last Man on Earth” will also get some laughs on Fox. The Season 3 premiere shows three invaders coming to Malibu. The group will have to find a way to handle them that everyone can agree on.

If you’re looking for something a little more magical, try “Once Upon a Time” on ABC. In the Season 6 premiere, Emma (Jennifer Morrison) “develops a mysterious side effect” as she tries to stop Hyde (Sam Witwer). Meanwhile, Rumple (Robert Carlyle) will be desperately searching for a way to wake up Belle (Emilie de Ravin).

After that, ABC gets a little less family friendly with “Secrets and Lies” Season 2. The new season focuses on Detective Andrea Cornell’s (Juliette Lewis) newest murder case. Kate Warner (Jordana Brewster), a woman from a privileged family in North Carolina, is found dead, and Andrea is looking for the killer. Kate’s husband Eric (Michael Ealy) is the first suspect, but the more Andrea looks at Kate’s relatives, the harder it is to determine who killed her.

The drama continues on ABC with “Quantico.” In the Season 2 premiere, Alex (Priyanka Chopra) starts training at the CIA. She soon discovers another terrorist threat, but this time, it could affect the whole world. She hasn’t forgotten about her friends at the FBI though, especially not Ryan (Jake McLaughlin). It looks like their relationship is getting serious.

If you’re more of a historical drama fan, “Poldark” Season 2 hit PBS on Sunday as well. Ross (Aidan Turner) is accused of murder and sinking cargo ships. The judge won’t be on his side and someone is bribing the witnesses in the two-hour episode. Viewers will have to tune in to see if Ross can avoid being sentenced to death.

“NCIS: Los Angeles” Season 8 also starts Sunday. The team will be under investigation after it’s discovered that a mole is among them, but they still have work to do. They’ll travel to Syria for a mission, and a team member will get injured when something goes wrong in the two-hour premiere on CBS.

Check out the TV shows premiering on Sunday, Sept. 25, below:

  • 7:30 p.m. EDT — “Bob’s Burgers” Season 7 on Fox
  • 8 p.m. EDT — “Poldark” Season 2 on PBS
  • 8 p.m. EDT — “Once Upon A Time” Season 6 on ABC
  • 8 p.m. EDT — “The Simpsons” Season 28 on Fox
  • 8:30 p.m. EDT — “NCIS: Los Angeles” Season 8 on CBS
  • 9 p.m. EDT — “Family Guy” Season 15 on Fox
  • 9 p.m. EDT — “Secrets and Lies” Season 2 on ABC
  • 9:30 p.m. EDT — “Last Man on Earth” Season 3 on Fox
  • 10 p.m. EDT — “Quantico” Season 2 on ABC