Sunday TV: Celebrating Juneteenth in L.A.

The underrated Brooklyn comedy “Flashbush Misdemeanos” (Showtime, 11 p.m.), begins its second season. 

“I Love That for You” (Showtime, 8:30 p.m.) ends its first season, as does “The Time Traveler’s Wife” (HBO, 9 p.m.).

A sixth and final season begins for the family crime drama “Animal Kingdom” (TNT, 9 p.m.), starting with two episodes. 

Want to know more about the judge Greg Mathis Jr.? A new documentary series, “Mathis Family Matters” (E!, 10 p.m.) reflects his home life. 

The new series “Murdaugh Murders: Deadly Dynasty” (Paramount+, streaming) looks into the South Carolina family of lawyer, two of whom were murdered, and a third charged with financial impropriety.

Zoë François returns for a second season of “Zoë Bakes” (Magnolia, 2 p.m.). 

The 30th Annual Trumpet Awards (Bounce, ION, 7 p.m.) honoring Black excellence and achievement, go to, among others, Courtney B. Vance, Sen. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossify and the Rev. Jesse Jackson. 

A third season begins for the family sitcom “Tyler Perry’s Young Dylan” (Nickelodeon, 7 p.m.).

“A Romance Wedding” (UPtv, 7 p.m.) is a made-for-TV movie about.a wedding planner who works in an Oregon town named Romance. 

Members of a family keep disappearing in the thriller “Taken Again” (Lifetime, 8 p.m.) with Lucie Guest, Jordan Zavisha and Linda Grass. 

Chee still seeks a cause of death on “Dark Winds” (AMC, 9 p.m.). 

“The First Lady” (Showtime, 9 p.m.) ends its first season, with Eleanor Roosevelt given the charter for the League of Nations, Betty Ford leaving rehab, and Michelle about to leave the White House with Barack.

Keyshawn and Lil’ Murda start a new adventure on “P-Valley” (Starz, 10 p.m.). 

On “Duncanville” (Fox, 9 p.m.), Jack takes over a music store. 

Teams arrive in Venice Beach on “The Great Food Truck Race” (Food, 9 p.m.). 

“The Man Who Fell to Earth” (Showtime, 10 p.m.) gets involved in a wild shootout. 

Christmas is celebrated on “Becoming Elizabeth” (Starz, 8 p.m.). 

Turner Classic Movies marks father’s day with “Life with Father” (8 p.m.) and “The Courtship of Eddie’s Father” (10:15 p.m.). The silent film at midnight is Buster Keaton’s classic “The General” (12:30 a.m.), followed by the 1981 Japanese movie “Eijanaika” (2 a.m.). 

This afternoon’s TCM films mark Juneteenth, with “Stormy Weather” (11:45 a.m.), “Jazz on a Summer’s Day” (1:15 p.m.), “How They Got Over” (2:45 p.m.) and “The Wiz” (5:15 p.m.). 

Baseball includes Yankees at Toronto (MLB, 1:30 p.m.), Cleveland at Dodgers (4:30 p.m.) and White Sox at Houston (ESPN, 7 p.m.). 

The final round is played in the U.S. Open (USA, 10 a.m.; NBC, noon).

WNBA action includes Seattle at New York (ESPN, noon), Connecticut at Washington (CBS, 2 p.m.) and Minnesota at Las Vegas (CBS Sports, 6 p.m.). 

Auto racing includes the Canadian Grand Prix (ABC, 2 p.m.) and the Thunder Valley Nationals (Fox, 3 p.m.). 

USFL football has Michigan vs. Pittsburgh (USA, noon) and New Orleans vs. Houston (Fox Sports, 8:30 p.m.). 

The College World Series has Texas A&M vs. Texas and Oklahoma vs. Notre Dame (ESPN2, 7 p.m.). 

Sunday Talk

ABC: Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Rep. Adam Kinzinger, reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward. CBS: National Economic Council director Brian Deese. NBC: Rep. Jamie Raskin, former treasury secretary Larry Summers. CNN: Reps. Adam Schiff, Sheila Jackson Lee and Fred Upton, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm. Fox “News”: Deese, Sen. Mike Lee. 

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