Kiss the chef
On “Steve Harvey,” Jeff Ansorge, a former Capital Grille chef who gave up his high-profile gig to cook for the Payne Avenue Salvation Army in St. Paul, is celebrated as one of “Harvey’s Heroes,” which is slightly more prestigious than being a member of “Hogan’s Heroes.” 10 a.m. Friday, KSTC, Ch. 45.
“True Blood” kicks off its seventh and final season as the town of Bon Temps braces itself for a new crisis: a run at the local grocery store on a vampire’s favorite breakfast cereal, Count Chocula — now with 10 percent real blood! Someone should have put a stake in this show years ago. 8 p.m. Sunday, HBO
One for all
“The Musketeers” never go out of style, as exemplified in this frothy British import that sticks pretty close to the original story with a few clever tweaks tossed in. If it’s a hit, maybe Kiefer Sutherland and Charlie Sheen will reunite to do a follow-up to their 1993 big-screen version. 8 p.m. Sunday, BBC America
The best part of waking up
“Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” returns for Season 4 with Jerry Seinfeld discussing the business with Aziz Ansari, Robert Klein, George Wallace, Jon Stewart and Sarah Jessica Parker. I didn’t know she was a comedian, unless you count the unintentional hilarity of “Sex and the City 2.” ComediansinCarsGettingCoffee.com