On Broadway

Neil Patrick Harris has graduated to the Oscars. So Broadway is turning to Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming to host the 69th annual Tony Awards. Cumming may be best known for his TV work (love him on “The Good Wife”) but his recent Broadway credits include “Cabaret” and “Macbeth.” Chenoweth is a triple threat talent, who is nominated for a Tony this year for her role in “On the Twentieth Century.” Cumming and Chenoweth have been pals since they appeared in the 1999 TV movie version of “Annie.” 7 p.m. Sun., WCCO, Ch. 4

Putting the Sparks in ‘Sparkle’

“Sparkle,” a 2012 remake, is probably best remembered as Whitney Houston’s last work. It’s also Jordin Sparks’ first major movie role as one of three sisters in a Supremes-like singing group. Houston is their overprotective mother. The film reprises Curtis Mayfield from the original 1976 movie, with R. Kelly creating some additional songs. 7 p.m. Mon. BET.

Show some love

Will the NBA Finals take a different tone when Game 3 brings the action back to Cleveland? Maybe Kevin Love will have a different look on his face. Will the fans show him some Cavalier love? No one will probably notice him during the Warriors-Cavs game except maybe thrilled Timberwolves fans. 8 p.m. Tue. KSTP, Ch. 5.

Funny girls

They’re billing this edition of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” as “Ellen’s Funny Ladies.” You’re guaranteed to get some laughs with an all-star lineup that includes Sofia Vergara, Melissa McCarthy, Lena Dunham, Kristen Wiig, Wanda Sykes, Chelsea Handler and Kym Douglas. 4 p.m. Wed. WCCO Ch. 4.

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