On TV this Tuesday: Selfie serves up twice as much to “Like,” Mindy gets taught a lesson (and welcomes a Fargo favorite), MasterChef Junior gets cooking again, The Daily Show dissects Election Night and more. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar.
Twice the Selfie, The Daily Show's Democalypse and More
Season 2, 12 episodes: Exec-produced by Sarah Jessica Parker, this series follows the dancers, choreographers and other artists who comprise New York City Ballet.
First up: Eliza and Henry’s weekend at Mr. Saperstein’s estate is tested by zero cell reception and the dangling of a promotion. Then in a second episode, Eliza is determined to get Henry some action, whether he likes it or not. (‘Member, Love Story is a goner.)
Season 2 premiere: The 16 junior cooks are tasked with preparing dishes using Master Chef Junior Alexander Weiss’ fave ingredients, including pork tenderloin, green apples, hazelnuts, Brussel sprouts :-P filo dough, fingerling potatoes, wild rice and whole grain mustard.
Marvel: 75 Years, From Pulp to Pop!
Revenge‘s Emily Van Camp aka Agent 13/Peggy Carter’s niece Sharon hosts this look at Marvel’s humble beginnings as Timely Comics circa 1939 to the birth of The Marvel Age in the 1960s, and finally the movie blockbusters of today.
As part of Winston’s police academy training, the loft must pass a home visit — which shouldn’t be a problem, ‘cept Jess might be hiding illegal goods in her closet.
A gathering to celebrate the anniversary of Annie and Jake’s first date is disrupted by an epic storm, forcing everyone to huddle in the basement for shelter.
The Mindy Project
Danny decides to teach chronically late Mindy a lesson, while Tamra and Morgan set up Peter on a blind date with a novelist friend (Fargo‘s Allison Tolman).
About a Boy
Marcus takes the fall for a school incident his new crush was responsible for, leaving Fiona and Will to face some parenting conflicts in dealing with the situation.
Sons of Anarchy
The club deals with heartache internally and conflict with the organization at large. (Note: The 90-minute episode is followed by a 45-minute Anarchy Afterword.)
Jenna and Matty receive important envelopes, and when they share the results with each other they fall into a “familiar” place; Tamara and Sadie have to work together on the cheer squad and on a rescue mission.
Nina learns about an upcoming gala where wealthy corporate lawyers — including her former colleagues — honor the public defenders. Desperate to be accepted back into that fold, she volunteers to deliver a speech.
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
Stewart’s live Election Night special, “Democalypse 2014: America Remembers It Forgot to Vote,” is followed at 11:30 by Colbert Report‘s less-succuncntly titled “Midterms ‘014: Detour to Gridlock: An Exciting Thing That I Am Totally Interested In — Wait! Don’t Change the Channel. Look at this Video of a Duckling Following a Cat Dressed Like a Shark Riding a Roomba ‘014!”