On TV this Sunday: True Detective’s season ender goes long, Intervention celebrates No. 200, Masters of Sex meets the parents and The Strain wigs out. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
True Detective's Big Finale, The Strain Wigs Out and More
Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter
Timothy Hutton (American Crime), David Oyelowo (Nightingale), Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul), Justin Theroux (The Leftovers), Clive Owen (The Knick) and Jon Voight (Ray Donovan) discuss their careers and the business of acting.
Bachelor in Paradise
One bachelorette has a meltdown — hmm, I wonder who! — claiming she’s unhappy and wants to leave paradise… before revealing she has a beau back home.
Season finale, 90 minutes: Frank, Ray and Ani weigh their options as Caspere’s killer and the scope of corruption are revealed. (Not yet renewed.)
Food Network Star
In the penultimate Season 11 episode, the winner of Star Salvation rejoins the competition (#TeamDom), and the remaining four finalists each choose an eliminated contestant to help them cook the best dish of their lives.
Descendants: Set It Off
This half-hour special takes viewers behind the scenes of the hit movie, with appearances from the cast and director/choreographer/EP Kenny Ortega.
In the series’ 200th episode, David S. turns to alcohol and meth to cope with his sexuality and pressure from his athletic family. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Masters of Sex
Virginia’s parents (played by Frances Fisher and Michael O’Keefe) arrive unannounced to check in on Virginia and insert themselves into the Johnson women’s lives.
Eph changes his appearance — good riddance, Corey Stoll’s wig! — to leave the city, while Nora is left as the reluctant parent for Zack. (Get scoop.)
Special time: Spencer is forced to confront his past to try to save Vernon, while Joe makes a very permanent commitment to his future.
Special time: With tensions rising in Islamabad, Walter tries to convince the president to act with caution; Alex tries to make amends with Rafiq and Fareeda.