On TV this Sunday: Hayley Atwell’s Long Song makes its way across the pond, Desus and Mero interview Stacey Abrams, and Turner Classic Movies honors the late Cicely Tyson. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Hayley Atwell Mini, Desus & Mero & Stacey Abrams, TCM Remembers Cicely Tyson and More
Shadow and Technical Boy continue searching for Bilquis; Wednesday spots a familiar face while visiting the biker gang Lords of Valhalla.
As Ryan continues tackling the challenges of living a double life, Victor Szasz (Mr. Robot‘s Alex Morf) terrorizes Gotham City’s streets. (Read preview.)
TCM Remembers Cicely Tyson
Celebrate the life and career of the trailbazer actress with this double feature consisting of 1972’s Sounder (which tells the story of Black sharecroppers during the Depression) and 1966’s A Man Called Adam (about a jazz trumpeter who blames himself for a fatal accident that took his family).
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Winter finale: Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond) plays for charity; firefighter Lauren Kuykendall takes the hot seat. (Card Sharks‘ winter finale follows.)
Cheery, Angua and Carrot enter the Mines of Tak in search of the second mystical artifact; Vimes and Sybil defend the Watch House from assassins.
The Charmed Ones face down The Faction, as the Destruction of the Sisterhood looms over their heads.
The Lady and the Dale
From executive producers Mark and Jay Duplass comes this docuseries about the rise and fall of 1970s transgender entrepreneur Elizabeth Carmichael.
Ian and Mickey work to protect their security gig; Frank and Kev make one final attempt to take down the Milkovichs. (Get City on a Hill‘s return date.)
The Long Song
Stateside premiere: The limited series follows a 19th Century slave (Small Axe‘s Tamara Lawrance) who is taken from her mother and forced to work as a personal maid for a plantation owner (Agent Carter‘s Hayley Atwell).
Adam announces major plans at a family dinner; Jimmy pressures Michael over Carlo’s trial.
Desus & Mero
Season 3 premiere: The hosts welcome Georgia politician and voting rights activist Stacey Abrams.