MLB Baseball / 8:00pm (ESPN) Two National League East teams with great pitching, that will be seeing lot of each other this season, wrap up a weekend series as Jay Bruce and the New York Mets host the Washington Nationals. It was the Nats who won the division last season while the Mets, who went to the World Series in 2015, fell in last year’s Wild Card game after acquiring Bruce to be their right fielder and slugger in a mid-season trade. MOVIE “New York Prison Break: The
Seduction of Joyce Mitchell” / 8:00pm (Lifetime) 12:02am (Lifetime) Penelope Ann Miller takes the title role in this new fact-based TV movie, which chronicles how a married mother of three allowed herself to be seduced by two charming inmates (Myk Watford, Joe Anderson). Subsequently, she helped the men, convicted murderers Richard Matt and David Sweat, escape from the Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York in 2015. She even briefly considered killing her husband and joining the fugitives on their flight to Mexico. Feud: Bette and Joan / 10:00pm (fX) 11:21pm (fX) 1:45am (fX) Season 1 of this critically acclaimed — and let’s admit, insanely entertaining — anthology series wraps with “You Mean All This Time We Could Have Been Friends?,” a poignant episode that echoes one of Baby Jane Hudson’s lines for its title. Before fadeout, Joan (Jessica Lange) accepts a leading role on a new film despite increasingly serious health issues. Meanwhile, faced with a new rival, Bette (Susan Sarandon) reflects on the manufactured feud into which she and Joan allowed others to thrust them.
Mary Kills People / 10:02pm (Lifetime) 11:02pm (Lifetime) 2:04am (Lifetime) 3:04am (Lifetime) Dr. Mary Harris (Caroline Dhavernas, “Hannibal”), an emergency room physician, is forced to walk a tricky ethical line between what she knows is morally right and what she also knows is illegal as she moonlights covertly as an angel of death, offering assistance to suffering patients who want to end their lives on their own terms.
Susan Sarandon stars in “Feud: Bette and joan” Sunday on FX.