On TV this Tuesday: Covert Affairs‘ Auggie gets left high and dry, Face Off returns with a fanciful first challenge, Ken Marino plays Drunk and Zooey Deschanel muses Who Do You Think You Are? As a supplement to TVLine’s original features, here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm So You Think You Can Dance (Fox) | The Top 10 perform with All-Stars, and Debbie Allen sits in as a guest judge. (P.S. You can keep your Anna Kendricks and Jesse Tyler Fergusons; I’m all-Allen, all the way.)
8 pm Runner (ESPN) | This documentary, another in the Nine for IX series, follows runner Mary Decker’s dramatic showdown with Zola Budd at the 1984 Olympic games.
8 pm Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family) | Ezra receives crushing news about his son; Hanna’s mother’s good fortune runs out; “A” toys with an emotional Toby.
9 pm Face Off (Syfy) | Season 5 premiere: Eight former contestants and eight newbies must create five original fantasy characters, including an ogre and a troll, in tonight’s 90-minute ep.
9 pm Covert Affairs (USA Network) | Annie travels to Vienna on an undercover op that forces her to curtail all communication with Auggie.
9 pm Twisted (ABC Family) | In the wake of the soccer-team poisoning scandal, Regina’s mother wants Danny expelled from school.
10 pm Suits (USA Network) | When Mike invites Rachel to join him on a case, her parents come dangerously close to figuring out his secret.
10 pm Drunk History (Comedy Central) | Ken Marino (Childrens Hospital) and Alfred Molina (Monday Mornings) breathe inebriated life into an anecdote about magician Houdini and author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
10:30 pm Heroes of Cosplay (Syfy) | Series premiere: This new docu-series follows nine fans involved in “competitive cosplay” – aka when they dress up for ‘Con, they really dress up for ‘Con.
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