On TV this Sunday: Batwoman teams up for a season-ending battle, Taraji P. Henson hosts the BET Awards, and CNN deep-dives into the life and work of Jackie Collins. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Batwoman Finale, BET Awards, Jackie Collins Story and More
The team investigates a man who claims that he is hearing an angel. (Read premiere recap.)
DaBaby, DJ Khaled, H.E.R., Migos and Tyler the Creator perform; Queen Latifah receives the Lifetime Achievement Award; Taraji P. Henson hosts. (View nominees.)
Docuseries finale: Ray Leonard comes out of retirement to fight Hagler; Leonard and Duran stage one last fight.
Run the World
Whitney, Sondi, Ella and Renee attend therapy with a savvy, blunt, upper-west side therapist.
Season 2 finale: As Ryan, Luke, Mary and Sophie team up to fight Black Mask, Ryan questions her role as Gotham’s hero; Alice once again encounters Circe.
Nina’s suspicions of Dre reach a peak; Kiesha adjusts to life after birth; a business opportunity presents itself to Tiff and Dom.
Two episodes: Brooke pushes Eladio to envision his future without all of his self-imposed limitations. Later, Brooke and Colin discuss the terms of their new working relationship.
Kevin Can F**k Himself
Allison’s revenge accidentally dries up the town’s pill supply; Kevin and Neil compete in a chili cook-off. (Read premiere recap.)
Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story
Two hours: Take a look inside the life and work of one of the world’s most successful authors with archival footage, family photos, home movies and interviews with Collins’ three daughters.
Limited series finale (two hours): While searching for Albie in Venice, Douglas makes a new friend; Connie, back in England, wonders what’s happening.
War of the Worlds
Adina, Reuben and the other aliens realize they’re not immune from danger; Catherine, Nathan and Sophia find an ally to help them get to London.
Tuca & Bertie
Tuca picks up a high-octane job, while Bertie hits a wall at work and channels her “inner bird/bro.”