60 Minutes. The show’s Memorial Day weekend edition includes a report by correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi about Bataan Death March survivor Ben Skardon. The retired U.S. Army colonel for 10 years has participated in a memorial march held at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico — the only survivor of the 1942 ordeal to do so — and plans to do it again in 2018, when he’ll be 100. 7 p.m. Sunday, CBS.
National Memorial Day Concert. Laurence Fishburne and Joe Mantegna host the annual concert saluting America’s military heroes. University of the Arts graduate Ana Ortiz (Ugly Betty, Devious Maids), the daughter of former City Councilman Angel Ortiz, is among the celebrities scheduled to appear. 8 p.m. Sunday, WHYY12.
Twin Peaks: The Return. If you’ve watched already — the third and fourth episodes went online after the first two premiered last Sunday — you know the statue of William Penn atop Philadelphia’s City Hall puts in a brief appearance in this next two-hour installment. If you’re watching for the first time, don’t worry: There are far bigger surprises. 9 p.m. Sunday, Showtime.
Still Star-Crossed. A change of pace for Scandal fans: Shonda Rhimes’ latest production, based on a book by Melinda Taub, is a costume drama that reimagines Romeo and Juliet, and its aftermath, with a touch of Cinderella. Lashana Lynch stars as Juliet’s far more interesting cousin, Rosaline Capulet, and Wade Briggs as Benvolio Montague, whose life will become intertwined with hers after (spoiler alert) the deaths of Shakespeare’s doomed lovers. 10 p.m. Monday, ABC.
House of Cards. Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright return for a fifth season of Oval Office shenanigans. But will the political drama seem as outlandish as it did a year ago? Tuesday, Netflix.
The Americans. The Russian spy drama ends its fifth season, with only one year to go. Color me nervous. 10 p.m. Tuesday, FX.
World of Dance. TV’s latest dance competition features an impressive judging panel: Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough, Ne-Yo, and host/mentor Jenna Dewing Tatum. 10 p.m. Tuesday, NBC.
The Carmichael Show. Jerrod Carmichael’s take-no-prisoners comedy returns for its third season with back-to-back episodes, the first involving sexual assault. 9 and 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, NBC.