What’s on TV Sunday: ‘Quiz’ and ‘The Vast of Night’


QUIZ 10 p.m. on AMC. By sheer coincidence, the British director Stephen Frears, more recently known for “A Very English Scandal,” is back with another series that easily could have borrowed that title. “Quiz,” a three-part drama, revisits a case that took Britain by storm in 2001. After Charles Ingram (played by Matthew Macfadyen of “Succession”), a former British Army major, won the grand prize on the ratings juggernaut “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?,” he, his wife, Diana (Sian Clifford of “Fleabag”), and Tecwen Whittock (Michael Jibson), an accomplice, were found guilty of cheating. Diana and Tecwen, who had been seated in the audience, were said to have hinted at the correct answers by coughing. The couple were vilified in the British media, yet they still claim innocence. This show leaves it up to viewers to decide whether the Ingrams should have walked away millionaires. The season finale of KILLING EVE leads in at 9 p.m.

CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD 8 p.m. on ABC. This star-studded game show is back for a sixth season. Steve Harvey hosts as celebrity teams compete to win cash for their charities. In this episode, cast members from the original “Queer Eye” series — the so-called OGs, which Carson Kressley defines as the “old gays” — go to head-to-head with stars from the Netflix reboot. The season premiere of another game show, the remake of PRESS YOUR LUCK, follows at 9 p.m.


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