On TV this Sunday: History Channel marks the 75th anniversary of Hiroshima, The Chi struggles with loss and docuseries I’ll Be Gone in the Dark reaches its conclusion. Here are 16 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Gone in the Dark Finale, Hiroshima Documentary and More
Science reporter Latif Nasser uses this six-episode docuseries to break down the ways we are all linked to each other, the world and the universe at large.
Space Launch Live: Splashdown
Three hours: The NASA/SpaceX mission concludes with the return of U.S. astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken, and a report on their discoveries.
NHL Stanley Cup Qualifiers
Five games: The Coyotes take on the Predators (2 pm, USA), the Flyers visit the Bruins (3 pm, NBC), the Blues play the Avalanche (6:30 pm, NBCSN), the Blue Jackets take on the Maple Leaves (8 pm, NBCSN) and the Wild faces off against the Canucks (10:30 pm, NBCSN).
Network premiere: In this Canadian import, chefs compete to make an amazing feast using leftovers and everyday ingredients found in your fridge.
As gossip rapidly spreads throughout The Pynk on a busy night, Mercedes and Autumn make big moves for their futures. (Psst… hear the good news?)
The Alienist: Angel of Darkness
Two episodes: The gang tracks a hospital employee’s murderer; the team begrudgingly works with Commissioner Byrnes to save another missing child.
Ronnie deals with loss; Kiesha continues to fight; Emmett and Dom accept help from landlord Zeke; politics create a divide between Douda and Camille.
Hiroshima: 75 Years Later
This two-hour docu covers the first wartime nuclear weapon detonation using archival footage and testimonies from physicists, soldiers and survivors.
In Season 1’s penultimate episode, Mason puts Herman Baggerly on the stand with hopes of exposing the link between Charlie’s ransom and the Radiant Assembly’s staggering debt. (Already renewed!)
Network premiere: In this British game show, contestants take on odd challenges involving such things as powerful smells and baby monitors.
Jimmy meets a rodeo legend, while Jamie has a major revelation; Beth makes plans for her future; Rip’s patience is tested. (Fall behind? Read Ep. 6 recap.)
I'll Be Gone in the Dark
Docuseries finale: A former police officer is arrested for the murders and rapes; new facts turn up highlighting Michelle’s foreshadowing of the case.
Charlie Manx revisits his troubled childhood; Millie is reunited with an old friend, while Wayne makes a tough choice.
Docuseries finale: Greg’s lawyer obtains emails that suggest forces are working against him; the alternate suspect is convicted of a serious crime.
Tournament of Laughs
Season 1 finale: Semi-final winners are announced and a grand champion is crowned.
A new ally helps Wynonna save her family, but “reunions come at a price.”