This Week on TV

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This Week on TV


Barney, Chuck, AZ Daily Star


DON’T MISS

“Better Call Saul” — As Season 4 of the compelling “Breaking Bad” prequel begins, Chuck’s tragic death accelerates Jimmy McGill’s transformation into Saul Goodman. Now, Jimmy takes steps into the criminal world that will put his future as a lawyer — and his relationship with Kim — in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Mike takes a more active role as Madrigal Electromotive’s newest security consultant. Monday, AMC.

OTHER GOOD BETS

TODAY: Luke Bryan, Keith Urban, Sugarland, Maren Morris and many more perform during the “iHeart Country Festival,” filmed in Austin, Texas. Also featured: behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the artists. Fox.

MONDAY: The two-hour documentary “Sugar Town” focuses on the 2014 mystery of what happened to Victor White III on the night of his suspicious death while in police custody in New Iberia, La. The film also reveals a larger story of power, corruption and racial injustice. Investigation Discovery.

MONDAY: The new series “Lodge 49” follows an ex-surfer, Dud (Wyatt Russell), who, after the death of his father, joins a rundown fraternal lodge. There, he is welcomed him into a world of cheap beer, easy camaraderie and the promise of Alchemical mysteries that may — or may not — put him on the path to recover the idyllic life he’s lost. AMC.

TUESDAY: The new reality series, “Castaways,” sounds like another “Survivor”-wannabe. Twelve people are plopped alone on various islets in Indonesia and challenged to survive among washed-up luggage, scattered resources and abandoned structures — all while we watch from the comfort of our couches. ABC.

TUESDAY: “Wrecked,” the delirious “Lost”-like comedy returns for a second season. …

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