The Rhinestone Cowboy gives Alzheimer's a face in "Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me," a 2014 documentary about his farewell tour. Backed by a band featuring three of his children, the voice of "Wichita Lineman" and "Rhinestone Cowboy" shows courage, strength and humor. But it can be uncomfortable to watch at times. There is archival footage to put Campbell's underappreciated career in context. Remember: He was an ace studio guitarist who played on hits by the Beach Boys, Frank Sinatra and the Monkees. The movie also provides uncompromising medical information. As a footnote, Campbell earned a Grammy this year for best country song for "I'm Not Gonna Miss You" from the movie. 8 p.m. Sun., CNN

All Saints last day

It's Jackie's last day at All Saints Hospital and the last episode of "Nurse Jackie" after seven seasons. There's an unexpected guest at Fiona's confirmation rehearsal, and lots more surprises, because any Edie Falco series must have an ending that will keep fans talking. 8 p.m. Sun., Showtime

Near and far

"Minnesota Traveler" promises to take viewers to sites familiar and foreign in the Gopher State. From the Arctic Cat snowmobile factory in Thief River Falls to a Dakota Valley Symphony performance at the Ames Center in Burnsville, Jennifer Mergen (pictured) will be your perky guide. This premiere episode explores Eagan, the suburb that Northwest Airlines abandoned. 8:30 a.m. Sun., Fox Sports North

Oz in Africa

"Zoo" is the 97th book by hyper-prolific novelist James Patterson. It's being adapted into a TV series, which premieres this week. An American expat with an incredible name, Jackson Oz (James Wolk, left) is a safari guide in Africa who fears his late father's controversial theory is becoming true: Animals pose a threat to the human race. 7 p.m. Tue., WCCO, Ch. 4

Jon Bream