What to Watch Today

Billions and 4 Other Finales, Princess Di Doc, Once Musical, MTV Movie & TV Awards and More

On TV this Sunday: Billions cashes out for the season, Once Upon a Time invites you to “tune” in and one of the Workaholics hosts MTV’s newly minted Movie & TV Awards show. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • MTV
    Lip Sync Battle

    Our spidey senses are tingling! Spider-Man: Homecoming‘s Tom Holland and Zendaya face-off in this pre-Movie & TV Awards battle.

  • MTV
    2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards

    Workaholics‘ Adam Devine hosts the newly minted awards show, which confusingly includes film and television nominees competing in the same categories.

  • ABC
    Once Upon a Time

    As the Black Fairy threatens to crash Emma and Hook’s wedding ceremony (view photos), numerous characters burst into song. (Read preview, Jennifer Morrison/Colin O’Donoghue Q&A; watch sneak peek.)

  • Showtime
    The Circus

    Season 2 finale: Jeff Goldblum narrates the final hour, which chronicles President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office.

  • ABC
    The Last 100 Days of Princess Diana

    Nightline‘s Martin Bashir chronicles Princess Diana’s first and only summer following her divorce from Prince Charles, ahead of her untimely death in 1997.

  • Fox
    The Last Man on Earth

    Season 3 finale (60 minutes): The consequences of surviving an apocalypse begin to take their toll on the group. (Get renewal status.)

  • PBS
    Home Fires

    Series finale: Pat faces a big decision amid Marek’s departure; Frances gets the chance to clear her name; Alison wrestles with her conscience.

  • E!
    The Arrangement

    Season 1 finale: Megan and Kyle struggle when a secret emerges; Terence and DeAnn work to thwart a potential threat. (Read preview, get renewal status.)

  • Showtime

    Season 2 finale: A source informs Axe that he is in law enforcement’s crosshairs; Wendy and Chuck come to a decision about their marriage. (Get renewal status.)

  • HBO
    Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

    Episode 100: There’s no question why this show is still a thing, but you’ll have to tune in to see what Oliver dissects during the milestone installment.