Weekend TV Preview: The Keith Richards Documentary Drops On Netflix

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Keith Richards: Under the Influence (Netflix, Right Now If You Want) — Your inner rock star has been living vicariously through him for as long as you can remember, but now you can get a real behind-the-scenes look at one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century with an in-depth documentary conveniently located on whatever device you stream stuff on.

67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (FOX, Sunday 8 p.m.) — The final season of Mad Men, the final season of Parks and Recreation and a slew of your other favorite television shows compete in a battle royal for critical acclaim. If you need a refresher on who’s nominated (and who should win), feel free to peep the heated debates between Uproxx writers right here.

Fear the Walking Dead (AMC, Sunday 9 p.m.) — If it’s at all possible for a zombie show to get political, this might be the one, as Madison and Travis witness flip sides of the same coin when the National Guard tries to contain the apocalypse.

Black Jesus (Adult Swim, Friday 11 p.m.) — If that meme generator wasn’t enough to hold you over, fear not because Black Jesus returns for his second season on Adult Swim.

Masters of Sex (Showtime, Sunday 10 p.m.) — Things get awkward when Dr. Masters tries to pull a power move and organizes a double date of sorts with Virginia, Virginia’s lover and Virginia’s lover’s wife. Sounds like group play or, you know, a total disaster.

Ray Donovan (Showtime, Sunday 9 p.m.) — Snitches. Snitches, snitches, snitches. Ray’s in a bind when the authorities pressure people into talking, so he takes a swing (literally) at trying to make his own canary sing.

Sunday Night Football (NBC, Sunday 8:20 p.m.) — The Packers and Seahawks play in prime time on Sunday, but there’s no way it ends in a more entertaining fashion than when the replacement refs broke the internet with that awful hail mary call. People don’t forget.

Late Night Lupita Nyong’o, Senator Bernie Sanders, Christopher Wheeldon, Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope on Colbert; Keith Richards, Emma Roberts and Nate Bargatze on Fallon; Ed Burns, Richard Kind and Judy Blume on Meyers.