Sunday TV: Trouble Down in Texas

OUTCRYThe five episode documentary series “Outcry” (Showtime, 10 p.m.) covers the case of a celebrated Texas high school football star convicted of child molestation but a large group in the small town rally behind him to get it overturned. Like a lot of true crime miniseries it seems a little slow going (it takes ten minutes to establish that high school football is popular in Texas). But there are some strong personalities and a compelling underlying story.

On the second episode of Sunday’s other premium cable true crime miniseries “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark” (HBO, 10 p.m.), we learn a little more about author Michelle McNamara. Maybe too much.

The new three-part series “America: Our Defining Hours” (History, 9 p.m.) looks at critical turning points in the country’s history, starting, of course, with the Revolution.

“Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets” (PBS, 8 p.m., check local listings) concludes its three episode run with a look at the facts behind French Revolution.

The tenth season begins for the gospel singing competition “Sunday Best” (BET, 8 p.m.), with the first half of the Top 20 introduced.

It’s election night on “Black Monday” (Showtime, 8 p.m.).

The latest Sunday real estate show “Beach Around the World” (HGTV, 10 p.m.) goes from Thailand to Portugal to find the right beachfront place.

“Perry Mason” (HBO, 9 p.m.) has a connection at the city morgue that’s a help.

Lou and aye face a threat on “NOS4A2” (AMC, BBC America, 10 p.m.).

On “The Chi” (Showtime, 9 p.m.), Emmett and Tiff move in with Jada.

Revolution finally comes on “Snowpiercer” (TNT, 9 p.m.).

“Good Witch” (Hallmark, 9 p.m.) has its season finale with a housewarming at the mayor’s mansion.

The women are still in Palm Springs on “Married to Medicine Los Angeles” (Bravo, 9 p.m.).

“Desus & Mero” (Showtime, 11 p.m.) returns with a new episode, remotely.

A streaker is found dead in the Fens on “Grantchester” (PBS, 9 p.m., check local listings).

On “Beecham House” (PBS, 10 p.m., check local listings) Margaret intends to leave Delhi.

There’s a summer cookout episode of “The Food That Built America” (History, 3 p.m.).

“Tournament of Laughs” (TBS, 10 p.m.) moves into a new round.

Matching kitchens is one symptom on “sMothered” (TLC, 10 p.m.).

“Unearthed: Seven Wonders” (Science, 8 p.m.) is a new series about what the Seven Wonders of the World originally looked like.

Darcy Carden, Iliza Shlesinger, Twitch, Tone Bell, Yvette Nicole Brown and Amanda Seales play the final “Hollywood Game Night” (NBC, 8 p.m.) of the season.

A Turner Classic Movies Jessica Tandy double feature brings two films 45 years apart: “Driving Miss Daisy” (8 p.m.) and “The Seventh Cross” (10 p.m.). Then comes a handful of silent comedy shorts by Mack Sennett protégé and onetime Keystone Cop Del Lord, with “Lizzies of the Field” (midnight), “The Dare-Devil” (12:12 a.m.), “Black Oxfords” (12:35 a.m.) and “Ten Dollars or Ten Days” (12:45 a.m.). Then comes a pair from French director Jacques Rivet, “Paris Belongs to Us” (2 a.m.) and “Le Coup du berger” (4:30 a.m.).

The Austrian Grand Prix (ESPN, 8 p.m.) kicks off the Formula One season.

NASCR runs its Big Machine Sanitizer 400 (NBC, 4 p.m.) from Indianapolis.

Soccer’s English Premier League has Sheffield United at Burnley (NBC Sports, 7 a.m.), West Ham at Newcastle (NBC Sports, 9:15 a.m.), Aston Villa at Liverpool (NBC Sports, 11:30 p.m.) and Manchester City at Southampton (NBC, 2 p.m.).

Some sort of weird Basketball Tournament there is the Peoria All-Stars vs. Herd That (ESPN, 2 p.m.), Team Hines vs. Sideline Cancer (ESPN, 4 p.m.), Heartier vs. Men of Mackey (ESPN, 7 p.m.) and Armored Athlete vs. Power of the Paw (ESPN, 9 p.m.).

Australian rules football has GWS Giants vs. Hawthorn (ESPN2, 4 a.m.).

Sunday Talk

ABC: FDA commissioner Stephen Hahn, Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, Miami Mayor Francis Suare, Judge Lina Hidalgo. CBS: Former national security adviser John Bolton, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, Miami Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez. NBC: Govs. Phil Murphy and Asa Hutchinson, former national security adviser Susan Rice. CNN: Hahn, Sens. Tammy Duckworth, Joini Ernst, Mayor Steve Adler. Fox News: Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia, Harvard Global Health Institute director Dr. Ashish Jha, Sen. Jack Reed.

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