Ellen Gray's weekend TV picks
"The Good Wife," "Running from Crazy," "Call the Midwife" and more.
* THE GOOD WIFE. 9 p.m. Sunday, CBS3.
Dylan Baker returns as Alicia's ever-unsettling client Colin Sweeney in an episode directed by Josh Charles, whose character's recent death apparently hasn't severed all ties. On a night with a week's worth of great television, this remains one of the best choices.
* RUNNING FROM CRAZY. 9 p.m. Sunday, OWN.
"I come from seven suicides, perhaps more," says Mariel Hemingway, whose writer grandfather, Ernest Hemingway, and model sister, Margaux, count among them. Oscar-winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple focuses on the actress' exploration of her family history and her work to combat the stigma of mental illness and "to bring suicide prevention out of the darkness."
* CALL THE MIDWIFE. 8 p.m. Sunday, WHYY12.
The unexpected pregnancy of a young woman with Down syndrome raises issues - medical and emotional - for the midwives.
* VEEP. 10 p.m. Sunday, HBO.
I'm enjoying HBO's "Silicon Valley," but this "Veep" episode, in which Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) visits an Internet company named Clovis, is a satiric marvel. Both shows are already renewed for next season.
* LAST WEEK TONIGHT WITH JOHN OLIVER. 11 p.m. Sunday, HBO.
The British comedian, who filled in so ably for Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show" last summer, gets his own fake-news show, focusing on the events of the previous week. I can hardly wait to find out what happened.