On TV this Sunday: Alec Baldwin gets an all-star comedy tribute, Fear the Walking Dead reaches its midseason finale and Candy Crush comes to a much bigger screen. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Alec Baldwin Tribute, Fear TWD Finale, The Nineties and More
The Amazing Race‘s Phil Keoghan and Hollywood Game Night‘s Jane Lynch host this two-hour event showcasing the world’s most spectacular wildlife.
Series premiere: Extra‘s Mario Lopez hosts this adaptation of the popular mobile game; contestants include Survivor alumni Kelley Wentworth, Joe Anglim, Woo Hwang and Jeremy Collins, and former Big Brother houseguests Paul Abrahamian, Da’Vonne Rogers, Frankie Grande and Caleb Reynolds.
Fear the Walking Dead
Midseason finale (two episodes; 130 minutes): A new arrival at the Ranch brings trouble; Alicia forges a new relationship; Madison tries to negotiate an agreement. (Return date TBA.)
One Night Only: Alec Baldwin
Baldwin is honored by 30 Rock costars Tracy Morgan, Jane Krakowski, Jack McBrayer and Julianne Moore, SNL‘s Kate McKinnon, Oscar winner Robert De Niro and former president Bill Clinton, among others. (Will he return this fall as SNL‘s Trump?)
The Defiant Ones
Docuseries premiere: This four-night event examines the unlikely partnership between music industry titans Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine; interview subjects include Bruce Springsteen, Bono, Stevie Nicks, Tom Petty, Nas and many, many more.
Docuseries premiere (two hours): This decade retrospective begins by chronicling the TV shows that defined a generation, including Seinfeld, South Park, Beavis and Butthead and The Sopranos.
Desna and Jennifer prove to be Dr. Ken’s only hope after Bryce accuses him of a crime he did not commit; Virginia and Desna turn to Polly for help.
Tommy sets forth a plan to distract the prosecution; Teresi contemplates blackmailing Ghost. (La La Anthony speaks about that sex scene.)
This week’s title/dialogue teaser: “This is the chair.” (Read Part 8 recap.)
Prime Suspect: Tennison
Series finale (90 minutes): Jane faces harsh realities as the investigation into Julie Ann Collins’ murder reaches a turning point. (Yep, cancelled.)