On TV this Sunday: The Leftovers comes to an end, Fear the Walking Dead is back, Megyn Kelly makes her Sunday Night debut and Ariana Grande headlines a benefit concert. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
The Leftovers Ends, Fear TWD Returns, Ariana Grande Benefit Concert, Megyn Kelly and More
One Love Manchester
Ariana Grande headlines this benefit to raise money for victims of the terrorist attack at her May 22 concert in England; Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Coldplay and Pharrell Williams are also scheduled to perform. (Get details.)
Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly
Series premiere: The former Fox News host sits down with Russian President Vladimir Putin for a one-on-one interview in St. Petersburg.
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night
Kimmel is joined by Spider-Man: Homecoming‘s Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr. ahead of Game 2 of the NBA Finals.
American Ninja Warrior: USA vs. The World
The annual event promises to make history, as North America goes up against Europe and Latin America; Team USA boasts Brian Arnold, Drew Drechsel, Daniel Gil, Josh Levin, Jake Murray and Jessie Graff.
The White Princess
Miniseries finale: King Henry’s weaknesses are exposed amid a final confrontation with the pretender; Lizzie confronts her demons.
Fear the Walking Dead
Season 3 premiere (two episodes): The Clark family must forge a path to safety when they find themselves in dire circumstances. (Talking Dead follows at 11:10 pm; read preview.)
Series finale (75 minutes): The final episode is titled “The Book of Nora” — and that’s all we can say. (Who was Performer of the Week?)
Shadow and Mr. Wednesday turn to Vulcan, God of the Fire and the Forge, for safe haven. (Fall behind? Read Episode 5 recap.)
This week’s cryptic, Showtime-supplied synopsis simply reads: “Case files.” Make of that what you will. (Fall behind? Read Part 4 recap.)
I'm Dying Up Here
Series premiere: Per Dave Nemetz’s “D” review, this “cliché-riddled,” Jim Carrey-produced drama about up-and-coming comedians in 1970s L.A. is “likely to make you hate yourself, everyone around you and humanity in general”; Ari Graynor (Bad Teacher) and Melissa Leo (Treme) star.