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Weekend TV watch

January 13, 2017

Rob Gronkowski continues his takeover of every TV show possible — at this stage, he only needs to pop up on “Hoarders” — with an appearance on Fox’s “Family Guy” (Sunday at 9 p.m.). The New England Patriots favorite drops by on a party bus and befuddles Peter with his dancing. “Am I supposed to touch you?”

CBS’ Steve Kroft sits down with President Obama for his final network interview on “60 Minutes Presents Barack Obama: Eight Years in the White House” (Sunday at 7?p.m.). The one-hour special looks back on the milestones of his two terms in office and considers the country’s future. National Geographic’s “Obama: The Price of Hope” (Sunday at 9 p.m.) checks in with the exiting POTUS as well as such key supporters as Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi and David Axelrod.

Did you know that half of all Americans would not be able to pay their bills if they had an unexpected $400 emergency? ABC’s Diane Sawyer and her crew trailed several middle-class Americans for a year to examine income inequality in this country for “20/20: My America: A Hidden Reality” (tonight at 10). Among those profiled: a man who works full time but lives in a storage unit in a building in which he once had an apartment.

Neil Patrick Harris runs away with the show in “A Series of Unfortunate Events” (series streaming today on Netflix), the latest adaptation of the Lemony Snicket books. Those orphaned Baudelaire kids are in for a rough time as Harris’ scheming Count Olaf plots to get their fortune. Patrick Warburton (“The Tick”) plays the narrator Lemony.