Molly Eichel's TV Picks: 'Project Greenlinght,' CMA Awards, 'Mom,' 'Elementary,' 'Masters of None'

Lucy Liu stars in "Elementary."

Project Greenlight finale/The Leisure Class. Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's indie film reality show ends its controversial fourth season on Sunday, and the product of the show - The Leisure Class - premieres the following day. Project Greenlight: 10 p.m. Sunday on HBO; The Leisure Class: 10 p.m. Monday on HBO.

49th Annual CMA Awards. Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood return to cohost the CMAs for the eighth time, as the likes of Garth Brooks, Miranda Lambert, Eric Church, and other heavy hitters of country vie for top honors. 8 p.m. Wednesday on ABC.

Mom. Chuck Lorre's sitcom returns for a third season so Anna Faris and Allison Janney can once again prove to the world how straight-up brilliant they are. Like we needed another reminder. Heads up: The Big Bang Theory (8 p.m.) and Life in Pieces (8:30 p.m.) will act as a lead-in, moving from Monday nights. 9 p.m. Thursday on CBS.

Elementary. The neo-Sherlock Holmes returns for a fourth season. Holmes (Johnny Lee Miller) has fallen off the wagon, so his pops (Fringe's John Noble) comes to town to care for his antisocial son, although his sudden reappearance causes major red flags for Holmes and Watson (Lucy Liu).

Masters of None. Aziz Ansari and Parks and Recreation writer Alan Yang team up for a new comedy starring Ansari that dissects both singledom in 2015 and the Asian American experience. The show is funny and incisive. Call it a new Louie. All 10 episodes premiere on Netflix Friday.