The Missing. Second season of this anthology series stars David Morrissey (The Walking Dead) and Keeley Hawes as the parents of a long-missing daughter whose lives again are turned upside down when Alice (Abigail Hardingham) returns. The case draws the attention of the first season's retired detective, Julien Baptiste, who thinks Alice may be able to help him find another missing girl. Starz, recognizing this one's a binge candidate, will make the entire season available via On Demand and on its app after the TV premiere. 8 p.m. Sunday, Starz.
Girls. As Lena Dunham's polarizing comedy begins its sixth and final season, Hannah (Dunham) heads to the Hamptons to write a story about a women's-only surf camp. Riz Ahmed (The Night Of) guest-stars as her instructor. 10 p.m. Sunday, HBO.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. TV's best investigative-comedy show returns for a fourth season of using humor to illuminate underreported issues. He says he doesn't want it to be "all Trump, all the time." Here's hoping. 11 p.m. Sunday, HBO.
Humans. Season Two of this drama set in a world where androids are taking our jobs. Sam Palladio (Nashville) joins the cast. 10 p.m. Monday, AMC.
Independent Lens: Tower. Filmmaker Keith Maitland combines interviews and archival footage with an unusual animated technique for a gripping reenactment of the events of Aug. 1, 1966, when a sniper climbed the clock tower at the University of Texas at Austin and opened fire. 10 p.m. Tuesday, WHYY12.