Diary of a teenage girl

Now that “Cosby Show” reruns are taboo, underrated ’90s sitcom “Moesha” is looking more appealing than ever. In addition to a regular block on Tuesdays, Fuse is airing a two-day marathon featuring celebrity cameos. The guest list includes Kobe Bryant, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige and Jamie Foxx.

5 p.m. Sunday and 10:30 p.m. Monday, Fuse

The unknown comic

The title “Russell Peters: Almost Famous” is a nod to the Canadian comic’s status. While he’s a major player on the international circuit, he has yet to strike it big in the States. This new stand-up special should show newbies why that’s a shame.

Now streaming on Netflix

Splitsville

“Divorce” is billed as Sarah Jessica Parker’s return to HBO, this time as a middle-aged woman who finally realizes that her Mr. Big was Mr. Wrong. Parker is fine, as is the disgruntled hubby, played by deadpan specialist Thomas Haden Church. But the real heroine is writer Sharon Horgan. Creator and star of the unlikely-in-love sitcom “Catastrophe,” she’s clearly having a ball here, exploring the flip side of romance with a finely tuned cast — including a beautifully unhinged Molly Shannon — that savors every bit of the bumpy ride.

9 p.m. HBO, Sunday

Neal Justin