MTV Movie & TV Awards. So many awards shows, so little time. This one, hosted by Adam DeVine (Workaholics), with winners chosen by fans voting online, boasts offbeat categories and will see both men and women competing for best actor.  And while the show won't be inescapable, it will be simulcast on corporate siblings Spike, Comedy Central, VH1, BET, TV Land, MTV2, and MTV Classic. 8 p.m. Sunday, MTV.

The Last 100 Days of Diana. Martin Bashir, the British journalist and former Nightline anchor whose 1995 interview with Princess Diana helped precipitate her divorce from Prince Charles, takes us through an exhaustive examination of the months leading up to the princess' death in a Paris car crash nearly 20 years ago. Only you can decide how much of this you can stomach. 9 p.m. Sunday, ABC.

American Race.  Former Sixers great and Inside the NBA analyst Charles Barkley gets a special post-playoff game preview Sunday with the first hour of his four-hour docu-series on race relations. It takes him first to Baltimore to look at the aftermath of the death of Freddie Gray. The show runs in its entirety later in the week, beginning Monday on On Demand and on TNT's own app. Also 9 and 10 p.m. Thursday and Friday, TNT.

The Therapist. OK, so this doesn't sound problematic at all: Licensed therapist Dr. Siri Sat Nam Singh sits down with recording artists to talk about their troubles with the cameras rolling. First up: rapper Freddie Gibbs, discussing his arrest, and acquittal, on rape charges. 10:30 p.m. Monday, Viceland.

I Love Dick. Philadelphia's Kevin Bacon stars as the enigmatic title character in an adaptation of  Chris Kraus'  1997 book, adapted by Transparent creator Jill Soloway and Sarah Gubbins. Kathryn Hahn plays Chris, a New York filmmaker who follows her academic husband (Griffin Dunne) to a job in Texas, where she meets Bacon's character. Friday, Amazon.

Anne with an E. Darker-than-usual treatment of  L.M. Montgomery's classic, Anne of Green Gables,  from Moira Walley-Beckett (Breaking Bad, Flesh and Bone), may startle purists. Amybeth McNulty shines, though, as the spunky redhead. Friday, Netflix.

Master of None. Aziz Ansari returns for a second season as Dev, a New York actor not quite as successful as Ansari, who, along with co-creator Alan Yang, won a writing Emmy for the first. Friday, Netflix.