Sunday is a day for self-care, meal prep, laundry, and gearing up for the week ahead. It’s also a day for planning out what TV shows and movies you’re going to watch in the coming days. Thankfully, the entertainment slate this week is fun and diverse. Instead of going through your listings, though, just check out these highlights. They are the TV shows and movies everyone will be talking about. So rearrange your schedule accordingly.
Bless the Harts: A new animated series, featuring vocal work from Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph, that’s a hilarious blend of King of the Hill and The Conners. 8:30 P.M. ET on Fox
Mo Gilligan: Momentum: Here’s Netflix’s official description for this new standup special: “Comedian Mo Gilligan blends smooth moves and sharp humor as he riffs on humble beginnings, family dynamics and the complex art of dancing in the club.” Streaming on Netflix
In a Man’s World: Per a press release from Bravo, this reality series “follows four dynamic women who embark on the journey of a lifetime as they transform into men to experience life from the opposite side.” 10 P.M. ET on Bravo
Sorry for Your Loss: This devastating series, starring Elizabeth Olsen, explores grief in an extremely nuanced way. Season two kicks off today. Streaming on Facebook Watch
Almost Family: Fox’s newest drama has already garnered controversy for its premise: A young woman (Brittany Snow)’s life turns upside down when she realizes her father, a decorated fertility doctor, used his own sperm to artificially inseminate dozens of women. Almost Family’s co-creator, Annie Weisman, addressed criticism that the show takes a lighthearted stance on “medical rape” by saying, “We’re going to take very seriously the consequences of his actions.” 9 P.M. ET on Fox
iHeartRadio Music Festival: Chance the Rapper, Camila Cabello, and Miley Cyrus are just three of the acts who performed at this year’s show, which you can watch in the comfort of your own home over the course of two nights. (The first night is actually Wednesday.) 8 P.M. ET on The CW
I Can’t See!: Thrill-seekers in the New York City area should consider checking out this new immersive horror theater experience, which happens in total darkness. You’ll use audio and visual equipment to become the lead of your own scary movie, making your way through terrifying situations…all in pitch black. Be warned. Tickets here