The Newsroom Sunday at 10 p.m., HBO
The fourth episode of “The Newsroom” couldn’t be more current. It’s comes on the heels of coverage of the SCOTUS decision about health care, when CNN and Fox News misreported in their hurry to be first. On the show, congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords has just been shot, and the team — led by Jeff Daniels’s Will (pictured) — is getting pressure from the business side to make unverified statements. Again, Aaron Sorkin’s characters can be irritatingly sanctimonious, but I find the broader themes compelling.
God Bless Ozzy Osbourne 9 p.m., Showtime
. . . because, alas, the bat and the dove communities never will. This documentary, produced by son Jack Osbourne, looks back over Ozzy’s career, including his decades of drugs and decadence. There are interviews with Paul McCartney, Tommy Lee, and members of the Osbourne clan in what sounds like an elaborate episode of “Behind the Music.”
Comic Store Heroes 8 p.m., National Geographic
They’re something to be.
Chasing UFOs 10 p.m., National Geographic
They go to Roswell tonight? OK, TV, this genre is dead.
True Blood Sunday at 9 p.m., HBO
Bill fights Authority, Authority always wins.