What to Watch Today

Ballers Series Finale, Succession and Righteous Gemstones Finales, Why We Hate and More

On TV this Sunday: It’s game over for BallersSuccession and The Righteous Gemstones wrap their seasons and The Rookie stages a Castle reunion. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • The CW

    Kate is haunted by memories of her sister’s death; Jacob and the Crows up the stakes against the Wonderland Gang. (Get a sneak peek, watch cast interviews.)

  • Starz

    The Feds pressure LaKeisha into cooperating; Ghost falls out with an ally. (Fall behind? Read Episode 7 recap.)

  • HBO

    Season 2 finale (70 minutes): Logan considers making a “blood sacrifice” to save the company; Roman and Kendall search for new financing. (Previously renewed.)

  • CBS
    NCIS: Los Angeles

    Callen and Sam protect a retired Navy admiral while they search for a missing intelligence officer; Gerald McRaney (This Is Us) returns as Kilbride. 

  • Discovery Channel
    Why We Hate

    Docuseries premiere (71 minutes): EP Steven Spielberg examines the history and psychology of hate, and how it impacts the human experience.

  • USA Network
    Mr. Robot

    63 minutes: Elliot and Darlene come together; Dom gets Dark Army vibes. (Read premiere recap.)

  • Ovation
    Inside the Actors Studio

    Season 23 premiere (new network): Alec Baldwin interviews Barry’s Henry Winkler. (Watch trailer.)

  • ABC
    The Rookie

    Castle reunion! Tension builds between Nolan and Jessica; Nolan works a case involving an undercover homeland security agent; Seamus Dever and Jon Huertas guest-star.

  • HBO
    The Righteous Gemstones

    Season 1 finale (50 minutes): Eli reconsiders his children’s future in the ministry; Jesse struggles to save his marriage. (Check renewal status.)

  • HBO

    Series finale (35 minutes): Spencer refuses to stop fighting for the players; Joe embraces a new state of mind; Elizabeth Warren starts going to bed earlier on Sunday nights.

  • AMC
    Hip Hop: The Songs That Shook America

    Docuseries premiere: This six-part program delves into some of the most groundbreaking songs in hip hop history. First up, Kanye West’s “Jesus Walks.”