On TV this Tuesday: Manhattan returns under atomic pressure, Chicago Fire‘s finest are deep undercover, PBS honors Mary Tyler Moore and Clinton vs. Sanders in the first Democratic debate. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Democratic Debate, Chicago Fire Returns and More
Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris
Time slot premiere: Jack Black serves as celebrity guest announcer as the NPH-fronted variety show (finally) relocates to its earlier hour.
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration
As the actress reflects upon her Emmy-winning TV work, she is celebrated by co-stars from The Dick Van Dyke Show and her eponymous 1970s sitcom.
Stewart and Deb worry that their new couple friends only like them because Dean is a celebrity; Claire is the only person unaffected by Dean’s fame.
Democratic Presidential Debate
The first Democratic presidential debate features candidates Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Lincoln Chafee, Martin O’Malley and Jim Webb.
Season 2 premiere: Charlie finds himself forced into a new leadership role as the race to build the first atomic bomb moves forward. (Watch trailer featuring William Petersen and Neve Campbell.)
A double elimination awaits the five remaining competitors, who are tasked with crafting outlandish and macabre family member characters.
Season 4 premiere: Lt. Casey faces danger amidst an undercover op; a new candidate (Steven R. McQueen, The Vampire Diaries) makes an odd first impression.
Muldoon puts Shea to the test to determine if he’s worthy of a gig in Public Morals; Rusty and Kay spend quality time together.
A representative for Sen. Edward Morra asks Brian to obtain the FBI’s secret files on NZT. (Bradley Cooper is returning, but when?)