He did it his way

Four hours may seem like a long time to tell an artist's story, but there's always an exception when it comes to Frank Sinatra. In "Sinatra: All or Nothing at All," director Alex Gibney, who just got rave reviews for "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief," does a masterful job weaving footage from Sinatra's 1971 "retirement" concert into a well-documented biography with voice-overs from those who knew him best. The fact that the film covers only his first 60 years means Gibney could do a sequel. Let's hope so. 7 p.m. Sunday-Monday, HBO

Detective story

"Bosch" has been available for streaming for a few weeks now, but I'm just getting around to it. Glad I did. Based on the popular Michael Connelly novels, the patiently paced series follows an ethically challenged detective (Titus Welliver, doing a terrific Sam Spade impersonation) who just can't shake his job — or murder charges. Amazon Prime

A resurrection

Producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett continue their mission to spread the Christian word in "A.D.: The Bible Continues," which picks up where their hit miniseries "The Bible" left off. 8 p.m. Sunday, KARE, Ch. 11

Sweet dreams

It's too bad Annie Lennox isn't touring, because she has never been in better voice. Listen for yourself as she puts her own spin on standards in "Annie Lennox: 'Nostalgia' Live in Concert." I just wish the local PBS station could have found a better time slot for this performance. 11 p.m. Wednesday, TPT, Ch. 2

Neal Justin