On TV this Sunday: Annie Murphy has the last laugh in Kevin Can F**k Himself, Rick and Morty blast off on a new set of adventures, and Evil finally scares up a second season (on Paramount+). Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Evil and Rick and Morty Return, Kevin Can F**k Himself Premiere, The Moodys Ends and More
Season 2 premiere: The team evaluates the likelihood of Leland being possessed, and prepares for a possible exorcism. (Read preview.)
Bless the Harts
Series finale: Everyone tries to figure out how old Betty really is; Wayne and the family take a trip in an RV he got for free; Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: Organized Crime) guest-voices. (Officially cancelled.)
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Despite the possibility of altering the (sacred?) timeline, the Legends make a final attempt to prevent Sara from being abducted.
The Girlfriend Experience
Season 3 finale (two episodes): Iris confides in Christophe. Later, Iris considers taking a radical leap — but needs to confront Emcee first.
Two episodes: Eladio is surprised by Brooke’s reaction to a major development; Colin makes a surprise visit. (Who were Performers of the Week?)
Kevin Can F**k Himself
Series premiere (two episodes): A sitcom wife (Schitt’s Creek‘s Annie Murphy) decides to take back control of her life; Eric Petersen (Kirstie) and Mary Hollis Inboden (The Real O’Neals) co-star. (Read review.)
Series premiere (two hours): A married couple (Baptiste‘s Tom Hollander and Luther‘s Saskia Reeves) takes a vacation to Europe with their rebellious teenage son, despite being on the verge of breaking up.
Series finale: As the family gathers for a wedding, a sudden event shocks everyone; Sean Jr. and Marco make amends. (Officially cancelled.)
Keith, Tiff and Corkie team up to do some damage control for Pfaffashions; Mo and Dawn disagree on Nomi’s future in music.
Eleven years later, Livia is married to Gaius and pregnant again, as insecurities begin to creep in.
Rick and Morty
Season 5 premiere: Someone big comes to dinner — and “the booze needs to be checked.” (Watch trailer.)