On TV this Sunday: Good Witch closes out its sixth season, Community and Good Place vets attend Game Night and Starz delivers a heavy dose of Monica Raymund’s Hightown. Here are 15 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Good Witch and Game Night Finales, Hightown and More
Hightown End-of-Season Marathon
Through 10 pm | Binge on the first seven episodes of the Monica Raymund crime drama ahead of its July 12 finale. (Psst… hear the good news?)
NASCAR Cup Series: Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400
The four-hour racing event (“Hand Sanitizer 400”?) kicks off live from Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indiana.
Hollywood Game Night
Season 6 finale (special time): Celebs include D’Arcy Carden (Good Place), Yvette Nicole Brown (Community) and Amanda Seales (Insecure). (Not yet renewed.)
Season 10 premiere: The judges are introduced to the first half of the Top 20.
Blair makes a risky proposition on election night; Keith makes a startling discovery. (Which Penny Dreadful: COA star was Performer of the Week?)
Ronnie realizes he can’t escape his past dirty deeds; Emmett and Tiff plan to move in with Jada. (Fall behind? Read Episode 2 recap.)
Season 6 finale: Abigail and Donovan put up one final fight against Merriwick-Davenport; Cassie and Martha prepare for the mayor’s housewarming gala. (Not yet renewed.)
The discovery of a corpse leads Will and Geordie to a Cambridge research project experimenting with mind-altering drugs.
DA Barnes makes a shocking announcement; Mason’s connection at the city morgue gains them access to key evidence; Della notices a change in E.B.
Melanie is in danger of being the first casualty of a revolution, while Layton leads the lower classes up train. (Get scoop on Ruth’s next move.)
Governor Perry hears a multibillion-dollar pitch for a new development; Jamie does damage control with Hendon. (Fall behind? Read Episode 2 recap.)
I'll Be Gone in the Dark
Following excessive media coverage in 1977, EAR begins targeting couples; Michelle reflects on the 1984 murder of a neighbor. (Episode 1 earned a “B+.”)
Vic McQueen takes the Shorter Way to Haverhill; Lou and Wayne face a horrific threat.
This five-part docuseries examines the child molestation conviction of Texas high school football star Greg Kelley.
MeTV Celebrates Carl Reiner
A month-long tribute to the late comedy icon kicks off with two of his favorite Dick Van Dyke Show episodes: The Emmy-winning “Coast to Coast Big Mouth” and the Season 3 opener “That’s My Boy??” (Two additional episodes air every Sunday through July 26; read obit.)