* SMASH. 9 p.m. Sunday, NBC10.

Exiled months ago to Saturdays, "Smash," NBC's frustrating but well-intentioned failure to bring musical theater to the masses, gets a postseason sendoff this Sunday. In the two-hour finale, its two shows-within-a-show go up against each other at the Tonys.


It sounds like a freak show - Michael Douglas as the flamboyantly closeted pianist Liberace, Matt Damon as the much younger lover whom he literally attempted to remake in his image - but HBO's "Behind the Candelabra" isn't, thanks to first-rate performances (including scene-stealer Rob Lowe as a plastic surgeon).

* ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT. Starts streaming on Neflix on Sunday.

More than seven years after its last original episode aired on Fox, "Arrested Development" returns as Netflix's latest production, with 15 new half-hour episodes meant to catch viewers up on the lives of the wildly dysfunctional Bluth family. You can watch them all at once if you want, but then you'll have nothing to look forward to next weekend.

* LONGMIRE. 10 p.m. Monday, A&E.

A snowstorm, a serial killer and a stubborn sheriff (Robert Taylor) figure in the Season 2 premiere of one of last year's more watchable new cable dramas.