TV picks for Sunday, April 7
“Homicide for Rent” (7 p.m., Oxygen): This new documentary collection from Dick Wolf (“Legislation and Order”) takes viewers deep into the real-life tales of people that have been targets of unfulfilled homicide plots, and offers them unprecedented undercover entry into the darkish and twisted world of contract killings. The collection showcases among the most fascinating homicide for rent circumstances ever caught on tape — together with these in opposition to individuals from all walks of life, from rich bankers to grandmother.
“Killing Eve” (Eight p.m., BBC America and AMC): The suspenseful spy thriller that grew to become one in every of final yr’s largest hits returns for one more go-around. Season 2 begins shortly after the gorgeous Season 1 climax that noticed Eve (Sandra Oh), a brainy MI6 agent, stab Villanelle (Jodie Comer), a psychopathic murderer, within the intestine. Now Villanelle has disappeared and Eve has no concept if the lady she has grow to be obsessive about is useless or alive. Eve needs to search out the flamboyant legal earlier than another person does, however sadly, she’s not the one individual searching for her.
“54th Academy of Nation Music Awards” (Eight p.m., CBS): Reba McEntire returns to host the glitzy trophy fest airing from the MGM Grand Backyard Area in Las Vegas. Among the many stars scheduled to carry out are Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood. Chris Stapleton and Dan + Shay lead the sphere with six nominations apiece.
“American Idol” (Eight p.m., ABC): Ten of the High 20 finalists carry out duets with all-star superstar companions because the seek for America’s subsequent famous person continues. Right here’s the lineup: Kate Barnette (with Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo); Walker Burroughs (Jason Mraz); Riley Thompson (Brett Younger); Uché (Shaggy); Madison VanDenburg (Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo); Shawn Robinson (Elle King); Ashley Hess (Jason Mraz); Bumbly (Shaggy); Laci Kaye Sales space (Brett Younger); Laine Hardy (Elle King).
“American Gods” (Eight p.m., Starz): Steeped in Cairo’s historical past, Shadow learns the methods of the useless with the assistance of Mr. Ibis and Mr. Nancy. In New Orleans, Mad Sweeney introduces Laura to previous buddies who share their world of voodoo therapeutic. Mr. Wednesday embarks on a highway journey with Salim and the Jinn, and so they have a difficult dialogue about religion. Bilquis discovers a possibility to attract new worshippers which may give her the ability to interrupt freed from Mr. World.
“A Discovery of Witches” (9 p.m., BBC America, AMC): The variation of Deborah Harkness’s bestselling guide trilogy, which debuted earlier on Sundance Now and Shudder, is a modern-day love story, set in a world the place witches, vampires and daemons secretly reside and work alongside people, hidden in plain sight.
“The Chi” (10 p.m., Showtime): Season 2 of the Windy Metropolis drama spotlights Brandon’s (Jason Mitchell) formidable plan to make his meals truck successful, together with navigating the category variations between he and his girlfriend Jerrika (Tiffany Boone).
“Unforgotten on Masterpiece” (10 p.m., PBS): Season three of the collection begins as human stays are discovered buried close to a London motorway and Cassie and Sunny start the duty of figuring out them.
“Lazor Wulf” (Midnight, Grownup Swim): This new animated collection debuts with back-to-back episodes. It follows a wolf who carries a laser on his again and the adventures he and his pack of carefree buddies face whereas hanging out at their neighborhood joints like The Clurb and Esther’s.
Additionally on Sunday:
“60 Minutes” (7 p.m., CBS)
“America’s Funniest Dwelling Movies” (7 p.m., ABC)
“World of Dance” (Eight p.m., NBC)
“The Simpsons” (Eight p.m., Fox)
“Supergirl” (Eight p.m., The CW)
“When Calls the Coronary heart” (Eight p.m., Hallmark)
“Name the Midwife” (Eight p.m., PBS)
“Household Meals Showdown” (Eight p.m., Meals Community)
“The Actual Housewives of Atlanta” (Eight p.m., Bravo)
“America Unearthed” (Eight p.m., Journey)
“Bob’s Burgers” (8:30 p.m., Fox)
“Charmed” (9 p.m., The CW)
“Household Man” (9 p.m., Fox)
“Billions” (9 p.m., Showtime)
“Now Apocalypse” (9 p.m., Starz)
“Holding Up With the Kardashians” (9 p.m., E!)
“Shark Tank” (10 p.m., ABC)
“Good Ladies” (10 p.m., NBC)