1) “Dark Winds,” 9 p.m., AMC. A terrific mini-series ends with a so-so hour. Joe Leaphorn (shown here) and his two tribal-police deputies have figured out a complex plot that involved a bank robbery, a helicopter escape and hidden loot. Now comes the prolonged finale, with some too-convenient timing.
2) “Hotel Portofino,” 8 p.m., PBS. Setting up next week’s season-finale, here’s a strong hour. In 1930s Italy, Bella has a hotel aimed at her fellow Englishmen. A corrupt official has intercepted her letter to a secret admirer and given it to her husband … who has secrets of his own. Now his “valuable” painting (probably a phony) has vanished. That sets off a search that could be trouble, if someone finds the anti-Fascist pamphlets a friend has hidden.
3) “Who Do You Think You Are?” 7 p.m., NBC. Last week — three years after its cable run ended – this interesting series returned to its first home on NBC. It traced the roots of Billy Porter; now we meet an opposite persona: That’s Nick Offerman, the co-star of “The Great North” (8:30 p.m. today, Fox) and “Parks and Recreation,” who has a no-nonsense, handyman image.
4) “Celebrity Family Feud,” 8 p.m., ABC. Salt-N-Pepa face actors from “The Proud Family.” Then we see the casts of two Peacock reboots, “B el Air” and “Saved By the Bell.” That’s followed at 9 by the new “Final Straw.” Then “The $100,000 Pyramid” has battles between rappers (Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign) and comedy stars (Bobby Moynihan and Ron Fuches).
5) ALSO: One spot, 9 p.m. Sundays, is a treasure trove of new TV dramas. Alongside “Dark Winds,” cable has “Westworld” on HBO and “The Chi” on Showtime. And a strong PBS’ “Grantchester” hour finds trouble on all sides: Will learned that his new lover is engaged to the police boss of Geordie … who has his own troubles, with his wife ousting him. The housekeeper has a crisis. And, of course, there’s a murder; this one involvies a rich businessman.