Plus: T.J. Miller hosts the Critics' Choice Awards

By Ray Rahman
Updated December 08, 2016 at 10:58 PM EST
Kevin Estra; FOX

Your daily guide to the most interesting stuff happening on TV and streaming. All times Eastern.

PICK OF THE WEEKEND

Last Man on Earth

Fox, Sunday, 9 p.m.

The last people on earth are reaching peak despair. Melissa’s (January Jones) grasp on reality continues to loosen, and Gail (Mary Steenburgen) is still “missing”/trapped in an elevator, so the depressed Carol (Kristen Schaal) replaces her with a fish (you’ll see). It all culminates with a cliff-hanger ending — and the possible death of one of our friends.

SEASON PREMIERE

Fuller House

Netflix, Friday, streaming

The nostalgic revival returns for a second season.

SPORTY, SPICY

30 for 30: Catholics vs. Convicts

ESPN, Saturday, 10 p.m.

There are two stories here: one about the intense rivalry between the Notre Dame and University of Miami football teams in the ’80s, and another about an entrepreneurial South Bend student who sold T-shirts to make extra money. One of his shirts said “Catholics vs. Convicts,” a headline-grabbing low blow loaded with baggage, racial, and otherwise. The phrase shook up the football world and led to consequences for the student, but ultimately this is a sports doc, so most of the movie focuses on the players, coaches, and on-field drama.

TROPHY LIFE

The 22nd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards

A&E, Sunday, 8 p.m.

Critics. Sometimes they are unsparing and ruthless — you know, critical. Other times they are celebratory and laudatory. The Critics’ Choice Awards is the latter. Held in partnership with EW (be sure to also check out the Critics’ Choice Awards Nomination Special tonight at 6 p.m.), the ceremony rewards excellence in TV and film, and will once again be hosted by Silicon Valley standout T.J. Miller, who delivered last year’s opening monologue while attached to four human-size puppets. So just imagine what he’ll be up to this year!

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