Stop the presses
Adam Sandler's deal with Netflix appears to have included a clause that keeps critics from launching any predawn attacks. "The Do-Over," in which he and David Spade use a high school reunion to forge new identities, is the comic's second straight-to-streaming movie not being made available for review. I'd be frustrated by this decision if Sandler were pushing himself, as he did in "Punch-Drunk Love" and "Funny People." Based on his recent track record, I'm just fine with the snub.
Now streaming on Netflix
I am a patriot
Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise take a break from going after "Criminal Minds" to host the National Memorial Day Concert with appearances from Renée Fleming, Katharine McPhee and Trace Adkins. The only thing missing is former "Minds" maestro Mandy Patinkin on hand to sing the national anthem.
7 p.m. Sunday, TPT, Ch. 2
Chew on this
Andy Richter, apparently not getting good grub from the caterers at "Conan," seats guests for "Celebrity Food Fight," a new series that kicks off with Melissa Rivers and Tom Arnold discovering who can make the most sense with his or her mouth full of crackers. The loser has to wash the dishes — and listen to Richter complain about how he and his late-night boss got hosed by "The Tonight Show."
9 p.m. Sunday, Food Network