Here are Screen Rant's top picks for what to watch on TV for Sunday, August, 27, 2017.
Game of Thrones: 'The Dragon and the Wolf' – HBO 9pm
Have you properly prepared for the super-sized season 7 finale of Game of Thrones? Rest assured, the internet has. The leaky penultimate season has been a boon for those eager to explain everything to viewers ahead of time, so don't worry if 'The Dragon and the Wolf' leaves you feeling a bit perplexed – the many, many explainers of the interwebs have you. Still, despite the hacks, the ratings for HBO's prized fantasy (and getting fantasy-er) series have been more plentiful than the ships in Euron Greyjoy's always well-placed armada, meaning all eyes will be on Westeros as Jon has a little chat with Cersei to bring this shortened season to a close.
Expect intrigue, as early looks (really early if you helped yourself to all the hacked information) have presented a somber Sansa skulking about an especially wintery Winterfell, perhaps contemplating the Littlefinger-centric bait-and-switch she and Arya could well be planning. Expect spectacle, as the preview has seen Jaime and Bronn overlooking an army of Unsullied and Dothraki, with the Mother of Dragons presumably not far behind. Expect Cersei to advance her own interests when Tyrion and Jon arrive to talk about zombies marching from the north. And with everyone in Jon's motley crew presumably making the trip to King's Landing to present the queen with a captured wight, you might even expect a long-rumored Cleganebowl to take place.
Rick and Morty: 'Rest and Ricklaxation – Adult Swim 11:30pm
After taking Jerry on the trip of a lifetime that almost became the end of both their lives, Rick decides its time again to take his favorite sidekick Morty on a quick adventure when the kid just wants to play it cool and stay in school. You know things are bad for a 14-year-old kid when he'd rather seek the relative normalcy of the public education system than go on interdimensional walkabouts with his demented grandfather. 'Rest and Ricklaxation' promises anything but the former and probably a lot of the latter, whatever that may actually mean.
Twin Peaks: 'Part 16' – Showtime 8pm
Your guess is as good as ours. There'll probably plenty of coffee and pie, and all the goodness that's come with Twin Peaks' welcome return.