On TV this Tuesday: Undateable goes live, Person of Interest works to secure The Machine, Forever stages the brawl to end all brawls and Damon Wayans, Jr. exits New Girl… again. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
POI and Other Finales, New Girl Exit, Undateable Live and More
The group asks for Jeff’s assist after a professor dupes each and every one of them. (Get scoop on Season 7 renewal chances!)
Dr. Wells releases Grodd upon Central City to distract Barry and the team. Later, Iris and Barry have a discussion following her epiphany. (Read preview.)
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Skye ponders her loyalty to S.H.I.E.L.D. versus her connection to the Inhumans; Coulson discloses a secret (cue Avengers: Age of Ultron tie-in!).
Liv gets a bit too personal with Clive after consuming the brains of a recently killed morning-radio emcee.
The Black Eyes Bar gang goes live for both the East and West Coast broadcast in an hour-long outing that finds Justin and Danny competing for an attractive singer (Victoria Justice, Eye Candy). If that wasn’t enough, the Bill Lawrence-produced sitcom is staging a Scrubs reunion with guest stars Zach Braff, Donald Faison, Neil Flynn and Christa Miller, while Kate Walsh (Private Practice), Dr. Drew Pinskey and a surprise musical guest are also set to appear!
Season 4 finale: Coach prepares for his big move as Nick and Jess consider mutual feelings and Schmidt rustles through his belongings. (Yep, renewed!)
Season 1 finale: Caryn and Stosh compete for a woman at a bar in “We’re Here. We’re Weird. Get Used To Us.,” to which we respond “Yep. Sure. Nope!” (Not yet renewed.)
Person of Interest
Season 4 finale: Reese is caught in the middle of Elias and Dominic’s final showdown; Root and Finch work to save The Machine. (Not yet renewed.)
Season 1 finale: Will Jo discover Henry’s secret? Perhaps, but beforehand, Henry and Adam partake in an epic battle. Plus, John Noble (Sleepy Hollow) stops by! (Not yet renewed.)
Season 4 premiere: David Steinberg chats with departing Daily Show host Jon Stewart and soon-to-be Late Show host Stephen Colbert.