On TV this Sunday: Disney’s Aladdin honors Robin Williams, The Operatives’ former SEALs help the seals, the Botched finale gets an earful and a health scare boards The Last Ship. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Last Ship Wages (Viral) War, Robot Chicken's Out and More
Remember Robin Williams at his finest with this special presentation of the animated classic. (Also airing at 7:30 pm, as well as at 6 pm on Disney Junior.)
The Last Ship
Rachel and Chandler recruit six volunteers to participate in trials of her vaccine, but the tests go south as the virus and vaccine wage war inside their bodies. (But hey, they still have it better than those guys on The Strain.)
When one of Eliot’s oldest friends is murdered, he is forced to face his demons as Carrie and Al work to find the killer. (NOTE: Both Unforgettable and Reckless are airing the episodes intended for last Sunday.)
Ray seeks help in taking down Cochran, while Mickey hopes to score a big payday.
Series premiere: In this eight-episode docuseries, conservationist Pete Bethune leads a group of former elite soldiers who use their expertise to save the natural world. First up: Protecting baby seals in Namibia.
After inexplicably finding himself in a difficult situation with the Guilty Remnant, Kevin fears he’s losing touch with reality. Meanwhile, Jill confronts Aimee about her relationship with Kevin (which we can all agree is pretty creepy).
Ephraim is arrested by the FBI, and Setrakian realizes that the forthcoming eclipse means trouble for the virus’ victims.
President Westwood and the First Lady announce the 200 lottery finalists, and Vanessa uncovers a startling truth connected to the kidnapping in China.
Season finale: A transgender pop star needs her pixie ears fixed for a music video shoot, and a model with an eye bag problem goes under the knife. Stars, they’re just like us! (Already renewed.)
Season finale: Ever wanted to see velociraptors become smart? Now’s your chance! (Not yet renewed.)