Alibi V.25 No.13 • March 31-April 6, 2016 

Week in Sloth

Dead 7 on Syfy

Thursday 31

“You, Me and the Apocalypse” (KOB-4 7pm) You probably didn’t watch this offbeat, British-American comedy/drama about family, cybercrime, sex, religion and the end of the world, but you should have. This is the finale of the innovative 10-part series. Hunt up the rest of it on Hulu and binge.

“The Eighties” (CNN 7pm) Having explored the sixties and the seventies, CNN and producer Tom Hanks take us back to the 1980s—an era of Reaganomics, Steven Spielberg movies, new wave music and parachute pants. Oh, and crack. We can’t forget the crack.

“Rush Hour” (KRQE-13 9pm) Jon Foo and Justin Hires (no idea) replace Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker in this belated TV spin off of the popular cop/kung fu comedy/action series.

Friday 1

“The Ranch” (Netflix streaming anytime) Ashton Kutcher and his pal Danny Masterson (both of whom were on “That ’70s Show”) star in this sitcom about two brothers trying to run a Colorado ranch.

Dead 7 (Syfy 6pm) Former members of ’90s boy bands Backstreet Boys, 98 Degrees, O-Town, ’N Sync and All-4-One star in this cheesy, zombie-fighting flick. They play cowboys. Also, it’s from the makers of Sharknado. So ... yeah.

“Wynonna Earp” (Syfy 8pm) The great-granddaughter of Old West lawman Wyatt Earp teams up with immortal gunslinger Doc Holliday to prevent the evil souls of dead criminals from escaping Purgatory.

“Binge Thinking” (MTV2 9:30pm) MTV2 constructs a game show that takes place in random bars.

Saturday 2

“Deadly Possessions” (Travel 7pm) Zak Bagans, star of Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures,” shows off cursed objects from his personal collection/Las Vegas museum.

“He Shed, She Shed” (FYI 8pm) Couples fight over how best to renovate their outdoor sheds. ... Yes, sheds.

Sunday 3

“WWE Wrestlemania Kickoff Show” (USA 4pm) WWE excites fans for the upcoming Wrestlemania 32 with this live “Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royale,” featuring 20 WWE Superstars.

“The 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards” (TNT/TBS/truTV 6pm) The fact that Justin Bieber and Meghan Trainor are headlining leads me to believe that maybe I don’t heart radio.

“The Story of God with Morgan Freeman” (National Geographic 7pm) Well, that’s just redundant.

Monday 4

“Fashion Police: The 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards” (E! 9pm) Oh, but wait! What were Justin Bieber and Meghan Trainor wearing?

Tuesday 5

“American Idol: American Dream” (KASA-2 7pm) Current and former judges and contestants share memories in a retrospective of the singing competition—which is preparing to end its television run, having gifted us with such superstars as Taylor Hicks, Kris Allen, Lee DeWyze, Candice Glover, Caleb Johnson and Nick Fradiani.

Wednesday 6

“Walk the Prank” (Disney XD 6:30pm) Disney’s teen-aimed network discovers the wonder and magic of hidden camera prank shows.

“Two in a Million” (TLC 8pm) In TLC’s new medical reality show, two people with the same rare medical condition (like, for example, Schwartz Jampel Syndrome) are united to go on a journey to find answers from world-renowned doctors.