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What to Watch on Sunday: Raleigh kid hits ‘Little Big Shots’

Steve Harvey, left, and Timmy Richardson in NBC’s “Little Big Shots.”
Steve Harvey, left, and Timmy Richardson in NBC’s “Little Big Shots.” Danny Feld/NBC

Little Big Shots (8 p.m., NBC) – Among the adorable kids who will make Steve Harvey crack up tonight is local talent Timmy Richardson, who, among other credits, has a recurring role on Tyler Perry’s OWN Network sitcom “If Loving You Is Wrong.” Timmy is a fifth grader at Powell GT Magnet Elementary School in Raleigh. Ratings for this show, produced by Harvey and Ellen DeGeneres, have been pretty incredible, so rest assured a second season is already in the works. In fact, you can submit your kid via this “Little Big Shots” digital casting call site.

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