Don’t miss: “Orphan Black” – Fasten your seat belts. Emmy-winning dynamo Tatiana Maslany returns for the final season of this turbo-charged sci-fi hit, and the fate of the clone sisterhood is on the line. After being pummeled by Rachel in an epic battle, a deeply wounded Sarah seeks vengeance, but she must plan her next move oh-so-carefully. Meanwhile, it’s very clear that Rachel is now firmly in charge at the right hand of the 170-year-old founder of Neolution, P.T. Westmorland. 9 p.m. Saturday, BBC America.
Sunday: Executive-produced by Jim Carrey, “I’m Dying Up Here” is a new drama that explores L.A.’s fabled 1970s stand-up comedy scene and delves into the complicated psyches of those who stand alone in front of an audience struggling for fame, fortune and, with any luck, a blessing from Johnny Carson. 9 p.m., Showtime.
Sunday: As “Fear the Walking Dead” returns for its third season, our embattled families will be brought together in the brutally violent region formerly known as the U.S.-Mexico border. International lines have been abolished and attempts to rebuild a society become much more complicated. 8 p.m., AMC.
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Monday: In the “Shadowhunters” summer premiere, the Shadowhunters and Downworlders are picking up the pieces after Valentine’s attack at the Institute. Downworlder numbers are sagging, and the different clans debate over what they must do to survive. 7 p.m., Freeform.
Monday: Here’s a good title and some good advice: “If You’re Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast.” It’s a heartwarming documentary that follows comedy icon Carl Reiner as he tracks down some folks who are living life to the fullest after the age of 90. The roster includes Mel Brooks, Betty White, Stan Lee, Dick Van Dyke and many more. 7 p.m., HBO.
Tuesday: TV needs another late-night political talk series like a hole in the head, but “The Jim Jeffries Show” – with its irreverent Aussie host – promises to shake up the genre’s “humdrum formula.” We’re skeptical, but we’ll give him a shot. 9:30 p.m., Comedy Central.
Wednesday: Because the nation’s country singers just don’t have enough trophies, let’s bring on the 2017 CMT Music Awards. Among those performing in Nashville are Luke Bryan, Brett Eldredge, Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood and more. 7 p.m., CMT.
Thursday: Tonight’s edition of “Cold Case Files” examines the killing of an 18-year-old woman in a small Michigan town and why 22 years passed before the case was solved. 9 p.m., A&E.
Friday: The documentary “Becoming Cary Grant” uses words from his unpublished autobiography, along with newly discovered personal footage, to provide an intimate view of one of Hollywood’s greatest stars. Along the way, it explores how he was troubled much of his life by self-doubt and insecurity due to childhood trauma. 8 p.m., Showtime.
Saturday: As Pierce Brosnan’s epic Western drama series “The Son” wraps up its first season, Eli’s plan in 1915 for the future forces Pete into a life-or-death decision about his loyalties. Can you say “cliffhanger”? 8 p.m., AMC.