The wild, wild West

Adam Sandler avoids the scrutiny of skeptical movie reviewers by taking his western comedy "The Ridiculous 6" straight to Netflix, the first such move by a major box-office star. And just what do we kinder, gentler TV critics have to say? Not much. The comedy, which features Vanilla Ice as Mark Twain, was not made available ahead of time. Now streaming on Netflix

Talk to the animals

Foxes and caterpillars aren't known as bosom buddies in the animal kingdom, but "Tumble Leaf" tosses logic aside in the second season of this animated series. The science lesson, disguised as animated adventures, has picked up four Emmys, which won't mean much to its preschool audience but should offer some assurances to choosy parents. Now streaming on Amazon Prime

Whistle while you work

"Once Upon a Time" star Ginnifer Goodwin pays tribute to her elders by narrating "Behind the Magic: 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,' " a documentary that examines how Walt Disney bet his funny farm on cinema's first full-color, feature-length cartoon. 7 p.m. Sunday, KSTP, Ch. 5

Political agenda

If Hillary Clinton and Amy Klobuchar end up on a campaign ticket together, don't count on them being available for any fundraisers that dare to take place during "Madam Secretary." Both powerhouse Democrats have pledged their allegiance to the drama, and you can see why in this winter finale, in which the secretary of state (Tea Leoni) must contemplate a deal with the Russian government that could strain relations at home. While the writers make politics a look lot sexier than they do on C-Span, the emphasis is squarely on procedure, which means underutilizing its undeniably talented lead, Leoni. 7 p.m. Sunday, WCCO, Ch. 4

Neal Justin