On TV this Tuesday: ABC takes a Selfie, a Manhattan Love Story unfolds, MTV sells tickets to Happyland, NCIS‘ Tony visits New Orleans and the New Girl gets a blast from her past. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Selfie Debuts, DiNozzo in NOLA, Happyland Opens and More
Series premiere: Karen Gillan (Doctor Who) stars as Eliza, an egocentric social media maven in desperate need of an image makeover. John Cho (Sleepy Hollow) plays coworker Henry, who is perhaps just the man to pull it off. (Read our First Impression.)
Manhattan Love Story
Series premiere: In this voiceover-heavy comedy, Analeigh Tipton (Crazy, Stupid, Love) and Jake McDorman (Greek) play Dana and Peter, a nascent couple “navigating the complicated terrain of a modern-day relationship.”
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Coulson puts his team right in the line of fire in the hopes of saving them all, while Kyle MacLachlan (Twin Peaks) makes his debut as a mysterious Doctor harboring secrets that could destroy [SPOILER].
NCIS: New Orleans
Special Agent Tony DiNozzo (NCIS‘ Michael Weatherly) makes tracks for New Orleans when a Navy lieutenant on liberty dies of the bubonic plague. NCIS’ Rocky Carroll, Pauley Perrette and Meredith Eaton (who recurs as Abby’s pal Carol) also guest-star.
Jess’ dad (guest star Rob Reiner) arrives with his new girlfriend (It’s Always Sunny‘s Kaitlin Olson), who happens to be Jess and Cece’s high-school rival.
Sons of Anarchy
A past effort to help one ally leads to trouble with another. So… is this when the Big Deaths start a-happening?
Irony alert! Henry helps Jo investigate a clinic that is dispensing a pricey (oh, and apparently deadly) product which is supposed to provide (no, not death but) the much sought-after “Fountain of Youth.” (Watch a sneak peek.)
Karma and Amy are forced to talk about Amy’s confession during a girls’ weekend; Liam’s night out at a bar with a new friend makes Shane jealous. (Get scoop.)
Series premiere: This “soapy teen dramedy” explores the not-so-magical underbelly of a popular theme park. The cast includes Bianca Santos (The Fosters), Camille Guaty (Prison Break) and Ryan Rottman (90210). Read a preview.
NEXT TUESDAY: The CW’s The Flash and Supernatural premiere.