“F Is for Family” reminds viewers that you don’t need political talk around the dinner table to trigger a fight. Bill Burr continues to sputter and swear as the country’s most frustrated father, but in this terrific third season, he’s equally matched by his pregnant wife, voiced by Laura Dern. The actress got a lot of attention for her Emmy-winning role in “Big Little Lies,” but she’s equally effective in this animated gem.
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Take a break from Christmas carols for two classic concerts featuring songs that ring true throughout the year. “Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – From Gainesville: The 30th Anniversary Concert” (9:30 p.m. Saturday) captures the late rocker in 2006 performing in his native state. “Paul Simon’s Concert in the Park” (8:30 p.m. Sunday) finds the artist back home, as well. Art Garfunkel is MIA, but Chevy Chase does make an appearance.
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Tyra Banks revisits her goofy side for “Life-Size 2,” a sequel to the 1990 movie that paired the supermodel with a super-spunky Lindsay Lohan. This time, Banks’ Eve the Doll takes to human form to save the soul of the CEO of the toy company. A very adult Francia Raisa steps in for Lohan, clearing the way for double entendres straight off of Santa’s naughty list.
8 p.m. Sunday, Freeform
Lost in space
“Nightflyers” may be based on the writings of George R.R. Martin, but don’t expect anything resembling “Game of Thrones.” This science-fiction series has more in common with “Alien” as a crew desperate to make contact with aliens must first deal with sabotage on their ship. No one can hear you scream in space; your living room is another matter.
9 p.m. Sunday, Syfy