On TV this Sunday: The Chi, NOS4A2 and Yellowstone wrap their seasons, The Vow chronicles the inner workings of the NXIVM cult, and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris partake in their first joint interview. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
The Chi, Yellowstone and 5 Other Finales, NXIVM Docuseries, Biden/Harris Interview and More
Elena of Avalor
Series finale (90 minutes): Elena must journey to the Spirit World and back to save her kingdom, family and friends before her coronation. (Watch promo.)
The Ticket: The First Interview
David Muir sits down with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and running mate Sen. Kamala Harris in their first joint interview; Robin Roberts speaks with the candidates about the historic ticket.
HOH Tyler names his nominations for eviction; two players secure their stay with the third Safety Suite competition. (Did the right houseguest go home?)
Season 10 finale: The winner of the gospel singing competition is revealed; The Clark Sisters, Erica Campbell, Jonathan McReynolds and more perform.
Love in the Time of Corona
Limited series finale (two episodes): Paul recruits Sophie to help him plan a romantic evening; Elle and Oscar navigate their new relationship; James and Sade discuss raising a Black child in America’s current climate.
NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Two games: The Boston Bruins take on the Tampa Bay Lightning (8 pm, NBC); the Vancouver Canucks face off against the Vegas Golden Knights (10:30 pm, NBCSN).
Season 3 finale: Emmett and Tiff step toward their future; Ronnie finds absolution; Kevin, Jake and Papa mature via life events. (Not yet renewed.)
Season 7 finale: A freak accident at Lady Matilda’s College uncovers a link between a series of accidents happening across Oxford.
Atticus grows suspicious of their hosts at the Ardham Lodge; Tic, Leti and George find a clue that could lead to Montrose. (The premiere earned an “A-.”)
Season 2 finale: Lou and Tabitha solve a Christmasland riddle, while Vic McQueen makes a final stand against Charlie Manx. (Not yet renewed.)
This nine-part docuseries chronicles the rise and fall of the NXIVM cult and its leader, Keith Raniere, who was convicted of sex trafficking and racketeering conspiracy. (Watch trailer.)