On TV this Tuesday: Rizzoli & Isles stumble upon a conspiracy, The Flash faces trouble on Earth-Two and Agent Carter struggles with dark power. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Rizzoli & Isles Returns, Double Agent Carter and More
The New Yorker Presents
Series premiere (Episodes 1-4): Director Alex Gibney (Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) teams with The New Yorker to showcase the work of fellow filmmakers and artists through short films. (Two episodes will be released every Tuesday.)
Melissa Rivers, Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski, Margaret Cho and NeNe Leakes break down the good, the bad and downright ugly fashions from the 2016 Grammys.
Wells and Cisco seek help from an unexpected source on their search for Zoom; Caitlin works to perfect Velocity-9 so Jay can stop Geomancer. (Read Candice Patton Q&A.)
The team partners with Fornell (Joe Spano) to find the kidnapped daughter of SECNAV Sarah Porter (Leslie Hope); Christina Chang (CSI: Miami) also guest-stars.
Rizzoli & Isles
Winter premiere (two episodes): As Jane searches for Maura, the abductee discovers a conspiracy. Then at 10 pm, the team investigates a botched robbery.
Marvel's Agent Carter
Two episodes: Peggy turns to devious Dottie Underwood to help save Wilkes. Later, Whitney’s hunt for dark power intensifies as Peggy plots a rescue.
Asa learns the coal company has been using drones to spy on them as Big Foster continues to steal their equipment; Lady Ray’s fate is determined.
Jillian encourages Dean to completely shed his TV persona once and for all, causing Stewart — and just about everyone else — more frustration.
Firehouse 51 gets an unusual call; Casey learns voters might have personal agendas for wanting him elected; Miranda Rae Mayo (Pretty Little Liars) guest-stars.
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story
With a new strategy in place, Robert Shapiro gets to work on assembling O.J. Simpson’s legal counsel aka “The Dream Team.”