Obtaining hitched its venerable “Biography” franchise to the outsized people of specialist wrestling, it is only normal that A&E present “Biography: KISStory” (9 p.m. Sunday, A&E, Tv set-14). The two-hour unique presents a look at the band’s 50-year run and interviews founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons.

Significantly like wrestling, KISS has packaged the “shocking” as a predictable costumed functionality, offered with a disciplined focus to element. Neither their brand of rock nor expert wrestling has a great deal space for modesty or subtlety, so “KISStory” is offered as the tale of “one of the most successful and influential bands of all time.”

• Amid the peculiarities of 1960s pop tradition was the wild level of popularity of nuns. Debbie Reynolds was “The Singing Nun” and future Oscar-winner Sally Industry was “The Traveling Nun.” Rosalind Russell starred as a nun in “The Issues With Angels.” In 1963, French nuns experienced a No. 1 pop strike with “Dominique,” and in 1965 the entire world fell in like with Julie Andrews as a singing novitiate in “The Sound of Music.”

The period that witnessed this nun growth coincided with improvements in Catholicism that opened up many orders to the outside the house planet, ending a cloistered everyday living for some. This kind of alterations have been mirrored in the 1969 cult film “Change of Behavior,” starring Mary Tyler Moore as an activist nun, and Elvis Presley (in his previous scripted part) as a clinic health care provider unaware that the girl he’s falling for is a sister in road outfits.

The 2021 documentary “Rebel Hearts” chronicles the activism of the Sisters of the Immaculate Coronary heart of Mary, an L.A.-centered purchase that challenged a conservative cardinal and church hierarchy in the 1960s to consider a additional lively stand for social justice. The sisters marched in Selma in 1965 and have been energetic since, redefining their order’s romantic relationship to an organization that all but exemplifies the term “patriarchy.” A movie some time in the creating, “Rebel” consists of interviews done around numerous decades. Directed by Pedro Kos, “Rebel Hearts” experienced its theatrical debut Friday and streams on Discovery+ starting on Sunday.

• TCM spends the whole weekend with a 48-hour marathon salute to the movies of Alfred Hitchcock, starting off with the 1936 thriller “Sabotage” (6 a.m. Saturday, Television set-PG) and concluding with the 1972 shocker “Frenzy” (3:45 a.m. Monday, Tv-MA).

Right before the rise of the “auteur” idea state-of-the-art by French critic-turned-filmmaker Francois Truffaut and other people, couple movie-goers centered on a film’s director or realized their names. Inquire a casual movie buff in 1959 to cite a director and they could possibly know only Cecil B. DeMille, who experienced been creating flicks like “The Ten Commandments” since the silent period, and Alfred Hitchcock, the “Master of Suspense.”

Compared with other movie directors of that era, Hitchcock experienced his have tv display, the suspense anthology showcase “Alfred Hitchcock Presents,” which enabled him to explain to tales in a brisk and economic trend. In 1960, he radically departed from lush technicolor epics like “Vertigo” (5:45 p.m. Saturday, Tv set-PG) and “North By Northwest” (3:15 p.m. Saturday, Tv set-PG). Impressed by his tv get the job done, he directed the inexpensive black-and-white thriller “Psycho” (8 p.m. Sunday, Tv set-PG), a film that redefined Hollywood horror.

The marathon presents two possibilities to capture the 1943 thriller “Shadow of a Doubt” (12:15 a.m. Saturday/early Sunday and 10 a.m. Sunday, Tv-PG), about a naive female (Teresa Wright) who discovers that her beloved uncle (Joseph Cotten) is a serial killer. Hitchcock has said that of all his movies, “Shadow” was his favorite.

For decades “best of” surveys have named Orson Welles’ “Citizen Kane” as the finest movement photo ever made. A 2012 study shocked the film planet by naming Hitchcock’s 1958 thriller “Vertigo” as the finest film at any time generated. But is it the finest motion picture Hitchcock at any time produced? Viewers have a whole weekend to decide.

• Two detectives (Denzel Washington and Rami Malek) aim on a loner (Jared Leto) just after a sequence of murders in the 1990s in the 2021 thriller “The Tiny Things” (8 p.m. Saturday, HBO). The movie had a limited theatrical release ahead of streaming on HBO Max. The cast consists of Natalie Morales (“White Collar”), who just lately directed the 2021 comedy “Plan B,” streaming on Hulu.

Saturday’s highlights

• Check out local listings for Key League Baseball (7 p.m., Fox) regional motion.

• A 19th-century fur trapper (Leonardo DiCaprio) hunts down the person (Tom Hardy) who left his son for useless in the 2015 period of time adventure “The Revenant” (7:35 p.m., FXM, Tv-MA).

• Vehicle racing (8 p.m., CBS).

• An Idaho pair falls beneath suspicion right after two teens vanish in the 2021 shocker “Doomsday Mom: The Lori Vallow Story” (8 p.m., Lifetime, Television set-14).

• A challenge to Swift makes a harsh winter even more tough on “Meerkat Manor: Increase of the Dynasty” (8 p.m., BBC The usa).

• U.S. Olympic trials (9 p.m., NBC) include monitor and area finals.

• “When Character Calls With Helen Mirren” (9 p.m., ABC, r, Tv-PG) delivers humorous animal clips.

• A fetching developer tries to obtain beachfront residence but finds love as an alternative in the 2021 romance “Sand Greenback Cove” (9 p.m., Hallmark, Television set-G).

• A surgeon’s life style catches up with him on “The Great Doctor” (10 p.m., ABC, r, Television set-14).

Sunday’s highlights

• Scheduled on “60 Minutes” (7 p.m., CBS): bizarre indicators attributed to “sonic” attacks an job interview with James Corden Benjamin Ferencz, the past surviving Nuremberg prosecutor.

• The Dodgers host the Cubs in MLB action (7 p.m., ESPN).

• U.S. Olympic trials (NBC) involve monitor & discipline finals (7 p.m.) and women’s gymnastics finals (8:30 p.m.).

• A spouse worries about her radicalized partner on “The Equalizer” (8 p.m., CBS, r, Tv-14).

• Boxing (8 p.m., Fox, Tv-14).

• Owning streamed on AMC+, the supernatural romance “A Discovery of Witches” (8 p.m., AMC, Television-14) now seems on previous-fashioned cable.

• Periods carry on on “In Treatment” (9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., HBO, Television-MA).

• The grand tour concludes on the finale of “Us” on “Masterpiece” (9 p.m., PBS, Television set-14, check neighborhood listings).

• Roommate woes on “Flatbush Misdemeanors” (10:30 p.m., Showtime, Tv-MA).

Cult choice

• Convicted for a bank theft they did not commit, two saps (Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor) modify to life in the penitentiary in the wildly well known 1980 comedy “Stir Crazy” (9 p.m. Saturday, Starz Encore).

Saturday series

Peyton Manning hosts “College Bowl” (8 p.m., NBC, r, Television set-PG) … “America’s Funniest Residence Videos” (8 p.m., ABC, r, Tv set-PG) … “48 Hours” (10 p.m., CBS, r).

Sunday collection

“Celebrity Loved ones Feud” (8 p.m., ABC, Television set-14) … Way out West on “D.C.’s Legends of Tomorrow” (8 p.m., CW, Television-PG) … Russian belongings on “NCIS: Los Angeles” (9 p.m., CBS, r, Tv-14) … “The Chase” (9 p.m., ABC, Television set-PG) … Ryan has uncertainties on the year finale of “Batwoman” (9 p.m., CW, Television-14) … A turf war effects in a bar bombing on “NCIS: New Orleans” (10 p.m., CBS, r, Tv set-14) … “To Notify the Truth” (10 p.m., ABC, Television-PG).