Should the signs of "uncertain" make better decisions? Should the signs of "Fear the Walking Dead" stay alive?
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INSECURE 10:30 p.m. at HBO . If you are looking for TV role models that make exemplary decisions, "insecure" is not the show for you. The first two seasons have followed Issa (Issa Rae), Molly (Yvonne Orji) and Lawrence (Jay Ellis) as they stumbled through their personal and professional lives and left junk fires, evil insults and tattered self-esteem. In the season 3 premiere Issa ends up on an old flame sofa and risks losing his job.
2018 PREVIOUS CHOICES 8 p.m. on fox . The cast members of "Riverdale", Zac Efron and Chris Pratt are all slated to appear on this award show, which hides prices based on fan voices. Musical artists include Bebe Rexha, who recently released his long-awaited debut album, "Expectations". Rexha is nominated for "Roll Co-operation" for "Meant to Be", her single with the Florida Georgia Line. The performance will also stream on Fox Now.
GET THE WEDDING 9 pm at AMC . Eight years after "The Walking Dead" debuted at AMC, the future of its zombie university is feeling tough. The exhibition application, Andrew Lincoln (who plays Rick Grimes), announced that he will resign after Season 9, and the previous season of Spinoffen "Fear the Walking Dead" has met with some criticism and confusion. That show hopes to regroup on Sunday after a two month stay. Only one core staff from his pilot remains: Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey). In this section, she gets the help of a newcomer, Morgan (Lennie James, who also appeared on "The Walking Dead") as a storm breeze.
GET CARD 09.00 on Epix . The plot sounds familiar: A slayer becomes disillusioned with his job and longs to do it in the art. This is this series, and also "Barry", the HBO show nominated for 13 Emmys. But "Get Shorty" came first and builds on the 1990 novel by Elmore Leonard. Season 2 begins on Sunday, with Chris O & # 39; Dowd who plays an aspiring movie man and Ray Romano plays his mentor. "Mr. O & # 39; Dowd is a joy when we look at Miles sucked into hell as Hollywood can be," wrote Neil Genzlinger in his review last year.