1) “Outcry” or “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark,” 10 p.m., Showtime or HBO. Two crime documentaries collide. Last Sunday, HBO launched the six-week “Dark,” researching the “Golden State Killer” and his victims. Now Showtime starts the five-week “Outcry”: Greg Kelley (shown here) was a high school football player in Texas whose world crumbled. His father had a stroke, his mother had a brain tumor, he stayed in a home that had a day care – then was accused of molestation. The film follows efforts to free him.
2) “Hollywood Game Night” season-finale, 8 p.m., NBC. Last Sunday, Amanda Seales was busy hosting the “BET Awards” now she can just play. The other players are tWitch (“World of Dance”), D’Arcy Carden (“The Good Place”), Tone Bell, Liza Shlesinger and Yvette Nicole Brown.
3) “Hightown,” 8:55 p.m., Starz. The season-finale is next Sunday, but you can still catch up. Here’s the entire season (so far), starting at 3 p.m.; a young Fisheries officer, struggling with alcoholism and dispair, is suddenly encased in a murder probe. If that seems too serious? Well, “Good Witch” has its season-finale at 9 p.m. on Hallmark, with a search for the jewel that has cursed Abigail’s love life.
4) “Grantchester,” 9 p.m., PBS. An hour that starts with promise – a naked student running past – gradually deteriorates. There’s a too-easy confession … a weird moment in Will’s love life … and dismal moments in Geordie’s home. At 10 p.m., “Beecham House” finally explains secrets it held way too long; then John is given a task that will shape the season’s final three episodes.
5) “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” 10 and 10:30 p.m. ET, MeTV. For the next four Sundays, this digital channel will rerun “Van Dyke” classics. That starts with the same episode CBS reran Friday – Alan (Carl Reiner, who died Monday at 98) fumes when Laura (Mary Tyler Moore) accidentally tells the world he has a toupee. At 10:30, Rob (Van Dyke) and Laura suspect there was a baby-switching.