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Around the Remote: ‘Mayans M.C.’ rolls back onto home screens

J.D. Pardo attends the L.A. premiere of “Mayans M.C.” on Tuesday. (Richard Shotwell / Associated Press)
J.D. Pardo attends the L.A. premiere of “Mayans M.C.” on Tuesday. (Richard Shotwell / Associated Press)
By Chuck Barney Tribune News Service

DON’T MISS: “Mayans M.C.” – Get your motor runnin’ for Season 2 of the raucous “Sons of Anarchy” offshoot. Set six to eight months after the events of the Season 1 finale, the new episodes follow Ezekiel “E.Z.” Reyes (J.D. Pardo) as he tries to reconcile with his brother Angel (Clayton Cardenas) while searching for the truth behind their mother’s death. Meanwhile, their father Felipe (Edward James Olmos) is struggling to lead his sons down a righteous path. Also, in the opener, the motorcycle club uncovers an internal leak. (10 p.m., FX).

Other bets

SUNDAY: As “Fear the Walking Dead” continues, Charlie is drawn to a synagogue while in search for a permanent home for the convoy. There she encounters a rabbi surviving on his own. Elsewhere, Sarah and Dwight face unexpected foes. (9 p.m., AMC).

MONDAY: The new documentary “Untouchable” chronicles the meteoric rise and shocking fall of Harvey Weinstein, revealing how the Hollywood titan acquired and deployed his formidable power over decades and exploring the method and the collateral damage of his alleged abuses. (Hulu).

MONDAY: On “American Ninja Warrior,” it’s Night 2 of the National Finals in Las Vegas. Stage 1 features eight obstacles, including “Roulette Row” and “Diving Boards,” that must be completed in less than 2 1/2 minutes to advance. (8 p.m., NBC).

TUESDAY: Season 4 of “Greenleaf” finds the family struggling to maintain a united front after losing Calvary to Bob Whitmore (Beau Bridges) and Harmony & Hope Ministries. But secrets of the past and present will surely test the fragile unity. (10 p.m., OWN).

WEDNESDAY: “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” is a 10-episode drama series about one of the most influential groups in hip-hop history – the Wu-Tang Clan. Set in early ’90s New York at the height of the crack-cocaine epidemic, the show tracks the Clan’s formation and its improbable rise to fame. (Netflix).

THURSDAY: “Two Sentence Horror Stories” continues with a tale about an elderly Haitian grandmother who is forced to move in with her estranged son. Soon, she begins to suspect something is very wrong with his supposedly perfect family. (9 p.m., the CW).

FRIDAY: Inspired by the real-life story of former Mossad agent Eli Cohen, “The Spy” is a new thriller that follows its title character (Sacha Baron Cohen) – a husband and father – as he goes undercover in Syria in the early 1960s. Eventually, Cohen finds it difficult to strip off his double identity. (Netflix).

FRIDAY: The new documentary series “Couples Therapy” eschews reality-TV caricatures to take viewers into genuine therapy sessions with struggling couples. Dr. Orna Guralnik, a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst in New York City, leads the sessions. (10 p.m., Showtime).

SATURDAY: The premise of “Identity Theft of a Cheerleader” has us intrigued. The movie follows a 31-year-old woman who, after hitting rock bottom, steals the identity of a high school senior in an attempt to redo her final year of school and set things right. Maiara Walsh stars. (8 p.m., Lifetime).

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