On TV this Tuesday: Taboo enacts a dangerous plan, The Flash endures more monkey business and President Trump shares his thoughts on the state of the Union. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Taboo Comes to an End, Trump Addresses Congress and More
Jesus grows suspicious of Brandon and Emma’s friendship; Jude tries to learn about LGBT sex; Callie creates a controversial art installation.
Part 2 of 2: Gypsy joins Barry and the team in their efforts to stop Grodd and his gorilla army from destroying Central City.
Fresh Off the Boat
Special time: Eddie is accused of stealing a CD; Louis and Emery can barely contain their enthusiasm when an infomercial shoots at Cattleman’s Ranch.
Mickey stands up for Ben when she fears he’s being discriminated against at school; Sabrina and Chip learn more about Alba. (Psst… hear the good news?)
The Real O'Neals
Special time: Kenny tags along with Pat and Jimmy to a lonely hearts happy hour; Eileen has a change of heart about Valentine’s Day after a chance encounter.
President Donald Trump's Address to Congress
President Trump addresses a joint session of Congress. (POTUS is skipping the White House Correspondents’ Dinner — is it still happening?)
Switched at Birth
This episode is told from the perspective of three different members of the Black Student Union, who are protesting the university administration amid escalating racial tensions.
Season 1 finale (83 minutes): Prince Regent plots to destroy James Delaney once and for all. (Not yet renewed.)
Being Mary Jane
A leaked story threatens to jeopardize one of the most important moments of Mary Jane’s career.
Nate and Robin consider having another child; a neighbor’s casual get-together turns into a home birth.