On TV this Sunday: Amy Adams plays with Sharp Objects, Preacher pays a debt and Season 2 of I’m Dying Up Here has its last laugh. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Sharp Objects Premiere, I'm Dying Up Here Finale and More
Get crankin’ your vintage stunt cycle toys! Motorsports star Travis Pastrana aims to make history as the first person to jump the Caesar’s Palace fountain, a feat that even Knievel himself could not complete.
Docuseries premiere (two hours): The cable net’s latest decades retrospective begins with a look back at the TV shows that defined the era, including Breaking Bad, The Office and The Sopranos.
Limited series premiere (62 minutes): Camille Preaker (Justice League’s Amy Adams) returns home to investigate the murder of a young girl, reuniting her with her mother (House of Cards‘ Patricia Clarkson) and reawakening traumatic memories from her past; Chris Messina (The Mindy Project) and Henry Czerny (Revenge) co-star. (Read our “B-” review; watch trailer.)
Ben helps Alison explore her past and confront fears; Cole’s marriage to Luisa is (once again) threatened by his relationship with Alison.
Pray Tell tries to bring some cheer to an AIDS ward with a spontaneous cabaret. (Are the episodes too long?)
Councilman Tate aims to exploit Raina’s death, while the St. Patrick family mourns her loss. (Read premiere recap.)
In the series’ third-to-last episode, Leroy confesses a massive secret to Max as they search for a UFO. (Officially cancelled.)
I'm Dying Up Here
Season 2 finale: Ralph and Adam find a silver lining after receiving bad news; Eddie is presented with an opportunity. (Not yet renewed.)
Jesse must pay back his debt to Gran’ma; Cassidy and Tulip plan their escape from Angelville. (Get First Look at Better Call Saul Season 4.)
Shades of Blue
Harlee plots to take down the intelligence unit; Wozniak has visions of his deceased daughter. (View exclusive photos.)