He assumes his ex-cellmate’s identity and hides out with the cellmate’s grandparents who haven’t seen him since he was a kid. Catch up onSneaky Pete: (Amazon) This highly enjoyable drama, co-created by Bryan Cranston, stars Giovanni Ribisi as a con man on the run. Sunday or after the conclusion of the AFC championship game on CBS) New competition series follows nine teams of two people in a manhunt as they attempt to evade capture while highly skilled investigators are on their trail. So he’s able to put his skills to use. They run a bail-bonds company. While the series won’t draw you in with it depth, it will with its wit.This weekHunted: (7 p.m.
Monday on HBO) This documentary tells the true story of two 12-year olds who lured their best friend into the woods, stabbed her 19 times, then confessed they did it to appease a tall and faceless man known online as Slenderman.Frontline — Trump’s Road To The White House: (10 p.m. Tuesday on PBS SoCal) An investigation from filmmaker Michael Kirk of how Donald Trump defied expectations to win the presidency and what it suggests about how he will govern. Sunday on PBS SoCal) Documentary miniseries on English King Henry VIII’s six wives.Beware The Slenderman: (10 p.m. Sunday on PBS SoCal) Season 2 of the drama set in a Civil War hospital.Secrets Of The Six Wives: (10 p.m. Mercy Street: (8 p.m.
Riverdale: (9 p.m. Thursday on The CW) A new, dark take on the Archie Comics series with good-looking teens and a murder mystery.Z — The Beginning Of Everything: (Amazon) The 10-episode series tells the story of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, the brilliant, beautiful southern belle who became the original flapper and icon of the wild, flamboyant Jazz Age.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday on BET) The three-night miniseries chronicles the ups and downs of the pop group New Edition.Outsiders: (9 p.m. The New Edition Story: (9 p.m. Tuesday on WGN) The second season of the story of the Farrell clan and their struggle for power in the hills of Appalachia.The Path: (Tuesday on Hulu) The streamer is releasing two episodes of the second season of the drama about a spiritualist movement that lives on a compound in upstate New York, starring Aaron Paul, Michelle Monaghan and Hugh Dancy.