Charles in charge

The end of Charles Osgood’s 22-year run at “CBS Sunday Morning” may not be as significant as Charles Kuralt’s tenure on TV’s most scrumptious breakfast treat, but he deserves credit for maintaining the program’s low-key approach to highbrow fare, from in-depth feature stories to insightful profiles. Surprise guests and retrospective clips are expected to dominate the retirement party.

8 a.m. Sun., WCCO, Ch. 4

A whole new world

Any chances of Snow White and company living happily ever after are put on hold as “Once Upon a Time” heads into a sixth season with upcoming appearances from Aladdin, Jafar, Princess Jasmine and the Count of Monte Cristo. Minnesotan Edward Kitsis, who helped create the series after a successful run at “Lost,” co-wrote the season premiere.

7 p.m. Sun., KSTP, Ch. 5

Institutional memory

Instead of watching “The Shawshank Redemption” for the 14th time, choose a new installment of “The Director’s Chair,” with director/screenwriter Frank Darabont explaining how he ended up casting Morgan Freeman and the role that “Goodfellas” played in the development process. The insightful interview is followed by Robert Rodriguez’s chat with “Iron Man” helmsman Jon Favreau.

7 p.m. Sun., El Rey Network

Neal Justin