What to Watch Today

Sharp Objects Ends, Preacher Finale and More


On TV this Sunday: Sacha Baron Cohen stops deceiving America‘s politicians, Our Cartoon President completes his first (and only?) term and Sharp Objects draws to a close. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • Starz
    Power

    Ghost and Tommy hatch a plan to fame Dre for the murder of Raina’s killer; Angela and Tasha devise a plan of their own. (Fall behind? Read Kim Roots’ recaps.)

  • AMC
    Fear the Walking Dead

    67 minutes: Morgan embarks on a journey and makes new acquaintances. (Who got a POTW Honorable Mention? And psst… hear the good news?)

  • ABC
    $100,000 Pyramid

    First up, it’s One Day at a Time‘s Rita Moreno vs. TV daughter Justina Machado. Later, SNL‘s Leslie Jones takes on Modern Family‘s Julie Bowen.

  • HBO
    Insecure

    Issa finds inspiration at a job fair and treats Daniel to a thank-you dinner; Molly begins work at a law firm. (Fall behind? Read Ep. 2 recap.)

  • HBO
    Sharp Objects

    Limited series finale: Camille gets closer than ever to the truth behind the Wind Gap killings. (Who was named TVLine Performer of the Week?)

  • Starz
    America to Me

    Docuseries premiere: Oscar-nominated filmmaker Steve James (Hoop Dreams) spends a year chronicling the goings-on within two Chicago high schools.

  • ABC
    To Tell the Truth

    Season 3 finale: Panelists include Scandal‘s Joshua Malina, Trial & Error‘s Sherri Shepherd, Superstore‘s Lauren Ash and chef Curtis Stone. (Get renewal status.)

  • Showtime
    Who Is America?

    Season 1 finale: Sacha Baron Cohen’s political satire reaches the end of its freshman run. (Not yet renewed.)

  • AMC
    Preacher

    Season 3 finale (75 minutes): Jesse angers Starr and endangers Cassidy upon his return home; Tulip battles hell and Nazis (as one does in the year 2018). (Not yet renewed.)

  • Showtime
    Our Cartoon President

    Season 1 finale: Trump prepares for his military parade; Sean Hannity attempts to reshape Fox News. (Not yet renewed… but a midterm election special is coming!)