On TV this Sunday: Mare solves Easttown’s lingering murder case, PBS honors our nation’s heroes with a Memorial Day concert, and History Channel deep dives into the Tulsa Massacre. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Mare of Easttown Finale, Zoey's Playlist Marathon, Memorial Day Concert and More
Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist Marathon
Through Monday at 10 am | Revisit all 25 episodes of the series as they air back-to-back, beginning with the pilot and ending with the Season 2 finale. (Scoop on potential Season 3!)
NASCAR Cup Series Racing: Charlotte
Through 10:30 pm | The racing organization celebrates Memorial Day weekend with the Coca Cola 600, live from Charlotte Motor Speedway.
National Memorial Day Concert
The annual concert honors the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces; Gladys Knight, Vince Gill, Sara Bareilles, Alan Jackson, Denyce Graves, The Four Tops, Brian d’Arcy James and Mickey Guyton perform; Joe Mantegna (Criminal Minds) and Gary Sinise (CSI: NY) host.
Tulsa Burning: The 1921 Race Massacre
The two-hour special takes an in-depth look at the birth of Black Wall Street and its tragic and bloody downfall, including the fallout and reconstruction that occurred thereafter. (Read preview.)
Kevin and Jake consider their futures, while Emmett comes clean to Tiff; Jada gets unexpected news. (Read showrunner Q&A.)
Death and Nightingales
Limited series finale: Planning on eloping with Ward, Beth steals Billy’s gold and leaves; Dummy issues a dire warning.
Docuseries finale (two episodes, special time): Robin Murphy comes forward to tell her story, while an additional murder is revealed; a new witness is discovered and Carl Drew appeals.
Cassie, Stephanie, Abigail and Martha throw Claire a baby shower.
Dawn and Mo negotiate their relationship; Blair has a “near-death sexperience.” (Read premiere recap.)
In the series’ penultimate 87-minute episode, Angel seeks guidance from an unexpected source, while Papi adjusts to being a guardian.