TV picks: 'Turn,' 'Saul,' 'Fargo' and more

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Bob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGill in AMC’s “Better Call Saul.”

Turn: Washington’s Spies . Final season of the Revolutionary War drama launches with a two-hour premiere in which turncoat Benedict Arnold (Owain Yeoman), now a general in the British army, is out to round up rebel spies, while his Philadelphia-born wife, Peggy Shippen (Ksenia Solo), uses his mission to try to settle a score. 9 p.m. Saturday, AMC.

Read more: Father of our country was “natural” spymaster, says author

Grantchester on Masterpiece. James Norton (Happy Valley) and Robson Green (Strike Back) return as the Anglican priest and agnostic police detective who solve murder mysteries together. 9 p.m. Sunday, WHYY12.

American Gods.  Season finale of the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel has Mr. Wednesday (Ian McShane) trying to recruit one more of the old gods in his war against the new ones. 9 p.m. Sunday, Starz.

Read more: How American Gods star Ian McShane found his Mr. Wednesday 

Kevin Hart Presents: The Next Level.  The Philadelphia-born star helps spotlight the work of his longtime friend (and fellow Philadelphian) Will “Spank” Horton in the premiere of a new series featuring rising comedians. 11 p.m. Sunday, Comedy Central.

Better Call Saul. Will the Season 3 finale bring Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) even further down the road to becoming Saul Goodman? 10 p.m. Monday, AMC.

Queen Sugar. The second-season premiere of the drama from director Ava DuVernay (Selma, A Wrinkle in Time) and Oprah Winfrey, about siblings trying to make a go of the sugar cane operation inherited from their father, runs over two nights before settling in at 10 p.m. on Wednesdays the following week. 10 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, OWN.

Fargo. The third season installment of the Noah Hawley anthology series, which started slowly but has picked up urgency as the season progressed, draws to a close. 10 p.m. Wednesday, FX.

The Mist. Based on a Stephen King novella already adapted for a 2007 film, the 10-episode series is set in a small town that’s torn apart  by a brutal crime and, yes, a mysterious mist. 10 p.m. Thursday, Spike TV.

GLOW. High-waisted jeans and  thong leotards make comebacks in this 1980s-set dramedy, inspired by a wrestling show of the era. Alison Brie (Community, Mad Men) stars as a struggling actress who fights to land a role on the show, whose title is an acronym for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. June 23, Netflix.

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