Josh Stifter, a graduate of Mankato’s Immanuel Lutheran High School and current resident of Crystal, goes nationwide with his short film “Tim the Terrible,” which chronicles the drunken adventures of Mother Nature’s father. The adult-oriented cartoon is part of “The People’s Network Showcase: Animation Edition” and will have its digital premiere in November.
7 p.m. Sun., El Rey Network
Critics weren’t offered advance screeners of “Star Trek: Discovery,” a sign that the network thinks that the buzz is strong enough without reviews — or that the spinoff is a dud. If it’s the former, “Discovery” could be a game-changer in terms of diversity — two of the main characters are women of color — and digital programming. After blasting off on network TV, the drama moves exclusively to cbs.com, which will require viewers to pony up a few bucks each month, although a free trial is currently available.
7:30 p.m. Sun., WCCO, Ch. 4
Ten years after
Hard to believe, but Kim Kardashian’s antics — at least the ones televised on a weekly basis — have hit the decade mark. Executive producer Ryan Seacrest helps jog the family’s memories for “Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ 10-Year Anniversary Special.”
8 p.m. Sun., E!