The weekend highlights include LeBron James, Lenny Kravitz, the return of "The Killing" and the documentary "Mile Wide Tornado: Oklahoma Disaster."
Discovery Channel presents the "instamentary" on the May 20 disaster in Oklahoma at 10 p.m. Sunday. The program features interviews with meteorologists, emergency management and storm chasers.
Rocker Lenny Kravitz talks to Oprah Winfrey at 10 p.m. Sunday as part of "Oprah's Master Class" on OWN. Kravitz discusses growing up in a biracial family; his mother, Roxie Roker ("The Jeffersons"); and his father's infidelity. Kravitz also talks about his friendship with ex-wife Lisa Bonet of "The Cosby Show."
"The Killing" returns to the AMC lineup with a two-hour season opener at 8 p.m. Sunday. This grim thriller has tested viewers' patience, but a deal with Netflix saved the drama from cancellation. The best part of the deal: It brings back Mireille Enos, who remains an intriguing performer as Sarah Linden. The character is lured back into detective work by her former partner, Holder (the impressive Joel Kinnaman).
LeBron James leads the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. The coverage starts at 8:30 p.m. Saturday on TNT. James put on a dynamic performance Thursday in leading the Heat over the Indiana Pacers in Game 5. Can he do it again?
"What Would You Do?" returns to the ABC lineup at 9 p.m. Friday. John Quinones hosts the hidden-camera series.
NBC gives over all of Friday prime time to news magazines. "Dateline NBC," at 8, focuses on Michael Peterson, who was convicted of murdering his wife, and new developments in his case. "Rock Center With Brian Williams," at 10, features Williams' interviews with six people injured in the Boston Marathon bombings.
And here's a warning: "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" starts a new season at 9 p.m. Sunday on E! Everything can't be highlights. You have to have a few lowlights, too, and this show delivers them.Copyright © 2015, CT Now