Here’s what’s adult in a universe of TV for Sunday, Aug 30th. All times are Eastern.

Top pick

Show Me A Hero (HBO, 8 p.m.) The good thing about this age of unconstrained TV we live in is that anything can get done for television—even a miniseries about a Yonkers housing crisis—and it can spin out to be one of a best things of a year. The luminary tab group of David Simon, Paul Haggis, and Oscar Isaac (as good as a stupidly gifted ancillary cast) have constructed a genuine gem in a final days of summer, and we’re vehement to see how it ends. Genevieve Valentine is on palm to take us by a final dual hours, and to take a shot each time a Springsteen lane kicks in.

Also noted

Fear The Walking Dead (AMC, 8 p.m.): With over 10 million same-day viewers for a commander episode, Fear The Walking Dead has paradoxically calmed a fears of AMC executives who competence have disturbed large audiences wouldn’t uncover adult for another uncover usually since it has zombies in it. Turns out they will, that guarantees there will never not be a Walking Dead uncover on AMC as prolonged as radio lives. Josh Modell wasn’t terribly tender by a premiere, yet hopefully things will speed adult as Los Angeles (or rather Vancouver station in for Los Angeles going forward) starts to collapse.

The Strain (FX, 9 p.m.): “Fet and Setrakian are prepared to buy a Lumen yet learn they’re not a usually ones in a market.” Little did they know that Kyle Fowle has been perplexing to buy a Lumen for a final 3 years, and a damn things never uncover adult on eBay. There’s no approach he’s vouchsafing this one go yet a fight!

Masters Of Sex (Showtime, 10 p.m.): John Teti didn’t have many kind difference for final week’s episode, that he described with such phrases as “Every tract thread advances in a true line, like a characters are in a forced march, with Masters’ half-asleep writers manning a bayonets” and “If it’s a pointer of a rote plotting we should design for a second half of a season, Masters is about to go as baggy as a lovelorn ape.” Hopefully a gorillas will be reduction flabby tonight. (And that is a judgment your mint What’s On Tonight match never suspicion he’d type.)

Rick And Morty (Adult Swim, 11:30 p.m.): Tonight’s partial is called “The Ricks Must Be Crazy,” so there’s a genuine probability that Rick competence dump a drink bottle out of his spaceship and inadvertently means a tumble of an whole visitor civilization. Zack Handlen recycles religiously since he’s shocked of that possibility.

TV Club Classic

The Simpsons (3 p.m.): Erik Adams hops behind a circle of Li’l Bandit to get to his examination of “Realty Bites.” Wait, Erik, that smells like regular. She needs premium, dude! Premium! Dude!

Tomorrow in TV Club

What do Worf, Winifred “Fred” Burkle, and Buzz Hickey all have in common? Well, over their fundamental awesomeness, they’re all partial of a latest Inventory, collecting characters who came into their shows late in a run and wound adult carrying some-more than their share of a weight. Elsewhere, Ryan Vlastelica knows you’ve all finished Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp by now and are unhappy that we can’t speak about it anymore, so he’s got a For Our Consideration on since it worked and what other reboots could learn from a example.

What else is on

The 2015 MTV Music Video Awards (MTV, VH1, TV Land, 9p.m.) Our really possess Amelie Gillette described this annual frolic as “a giant, pulsating, retina-irritating thunderdome where a many sparkling thing that could presumably occur is Miley Cyrus giving side-eye to Taylor Swift.” But if you’re into that arrange of thing, this year’s list of performers includes Justin Bieber, Demi Lovato, Macklemore Ryan Lewis, Pharrell Williams, and Twenty One Pilots with A$AP Rocky. Kanye West is also receiving a Video Vanguard Award, and has 0 possibility of being advanced in his acceptance speech.

Big Brother (CBS, 7 p.m.): “Nominations for eviction are revealed.” We nominated we since honestly if we have to outing over your hosiery one some-more time we’re going to scream.

Ray Donovan (Showtime, 8 p.m.): “Romero appears during a Fite Club and hurdles Ray to grieve for his sins.” This conjures adult a picture of an overwhelming confessional brawl.

Falling Skies (TNT, 9 p.m.): It’s a array culmination tonight! Your What’s On Tonight match remembers that he reviewed dual seasons of this uncover before a story became too tedious, and all indications are it spiraled into comprehensive stupidity from deteriorate 4 on. Well, here’s anticipating for a happy culmination for Tom, Weaver, Anne, Pope, and everybody else from a Second Mass.

Shark Alley: Legend of Dynamite: Sharkopedia Edition (Discovery, 7 p.m.): This pretension is over awesome, yet a second colon in it creates some issues.

Stolen From The Suburbs (Lifetime, 8 p.m.): Another Lifetime movie! This one stars Finding Carter’s Cynthia Watros and Brooke Nevin of The 4400 and Breakout Kings in a story of a mom who is drawn into a universe of tellurian trafficking in an bid to get her daughter back. It’ll never tip a fad of Ashley Judd not being CIA yet being a mom looking for her son though.

Sex Sent Me To The ER (Discovery Life, 8 p.m.): “An insinuate integrate get held by a inquisitive mime.” Nothing else to contend here.

Identity Thief (FXX, 8:30 p.m.): Melissa McCarthy plays a Melissa McCarthy impression who steals a temperament of a Jason Bateman impression played by Jason Bateman. High jinks ensue!

Lucy (Cinemax, 10 p.m.): Gloriously absurd and absurdly glorious, a film wherein Scarlett Johansson is a drug jackass who suffers an unintended overdose and becomes an invincible being. As we do.

Sportsball!

MLB Baseball, Cubs during Dodgers (ESPN, 7 p.m.)

WNBA Basketball, Phoenix during Minnesota (ESPN2, 7 p.m.)

Sunday Night Football, Cardinals during Raiders (NBC, 8 p.m.)

In box we missed it

Hannibal: Good night, honeyed prince. May a moody of angels (and Molly Eichel’s array culmination review) sing thee to thy rest. We’ll sup on an elaborate peacock plate in your memory.