The shows you shouldn't miss this week, by Chuck Barney

SUNDAY

"I Am Patrick Swayze"

8 p.m., Paramount Network Premiering on what would have been his 67th birthday, this is a loving profile of the "Dirty Dancing" and "Ghost" star. The film showcases his life and career through untold stories, interviews with family members and friends, and home movies.

"Halston"

8 p.m., CNN The new documentary delves into the life of the legendary design and lifestyle icon. It explores how, at the height of his fame, the Iowaborn Roy Halston Frowick presided over an empire that included couture, ready-towear, fragrances and even uniforms, accessories and housewares.

"The Righteous Gemstones"

9 p.m., HBO This twisted new comedy series tells the story of a world-famous televangelist family with a long tradition of deviance, greed and charitable work. John Goodman, Danny McBride, Adam DeVine and Edi Patterson head up the cast.

MONDAY

"Grand Hotel"

9 p.m., ABC Things continue to heat up on the summer soap. Santiago and Gigi's relationship is on the mend after secrets they have been keeping are revealed. Meanwhile, Danny teams up with the police to try to figure out what happened to Sky.

TUESDAY

"Bring the Funny"

9 p.m., NBC We're counting on some big laughs during the "Comedy Clash" round. The best acts from the Open Mic round go head to head, with the winners advancing to the semifinals.

WEDNESDAY

"This Way Up"

Streaming on Hulu The British comedy follows a whip-smart English-as-a foreign-language teacher (Aisling Bea) who is trying to pull her life back together after a "teeny little" nervous breakdown. The cast also includes Sharon Horgan and Tobias Menzies.

"American Factory"

Streaming on Netflix This revelatory documentary takes a deep dive into a post-industrial Ohio. There, a Chinese billionaire opens a new factory in the husk of an abandoned General Motors plant and hires 2,000 Americans. But early days of hope and optimism give way to setbacks as high-tech China clashes with working class America.

THURSDAY

"Baskets"

9 p.m., FX It's time to say farewell to the rodeo-clown comedy. The hilarious series about Chip Baskets (Zach Galifianakis) and his extended kooky family signs off with its Season 4 finale.

FRIDAY

"13 Reasons Why"

Streaming on Netflix Season 3 of the controversial drama series whisks viewers back to Liberty High School, where there's never a shortage of secrets, lies and unbearable teen angst. Eight months after preventing Tyler from committing an unthinkable act at the Spring Fling, Clay, Tony, Jessica, Alex, Justin and Zach find ways to shoulder the burden of the cover-up together while helping Tyler move toward recovery. And although Katherine Langford's Hannah Baker is no longer central to the show, another death — teased to in the show's ominous trailer — will be at the center of things.

"BattleBots"

7 p.m., Discovery We love the names of the mechanical combatants. On this episode, Vlad the Impaler, OverKill, Gammatron and KillerHurtz, among others, compete in the robotic demotion derby.

SATURDAY

"Hitsville: The Making of Motown"

8 p.m., Showtime This series chronicles the remarkable success and enduring cultural impact of Motown Records, which celebrates its 60th anniversary next month. The feature-length documentary focuses on the period beginning with the birth of the company in Detroit in 1958 until its relocation to Los Angeles in the early 1970s.

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