What to Watch Tonight

Switched at Birth Ends, B99 Returns, The Middle and More


On TV this Tuesday: Switched at Birth comes to an end, The Fosters, the Detroiters and the Imposters close out their respective seasons, The Middle stages a mini-Raymond reunion and the Nine-Nine is back on duty. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Freeform
    The Fosters

    Season 4 finale: Callie must decide whether she wants to take a plea deal or go to trial; Jesus begins to piece together the truth about Emma. (Get return date.)

  • Fox
    Brooklyn Nine-Nine

    Spring premiere: Amy’s ex Teddy (returning guest star Kyle Bornheimer) is tasked with auditing the Nine-Nine. (EP teases Gina’s fateweighs in on renewal odds.)

  • ABC
    The Middle

    In an episode directed by Charlie McDermott, viewers are introduced to the Fergusons, the family that accidentally took Brick home from the hospital after he was born; Monica Horan (Everybody Loves Raymond) guest-stars.

  • Freeform
    Switched at Birth

    Series finale (90 minutes): Kathryn discovers a family secret; Daphne and Mingo find themselves in competition for a paid internship; Bay wants to prove herself as an artist to John.

  • The CW
    iZombie

    Liv, Clive and Ravi suspect a fatal car crash was the result of foul play; Clive discloses his connection to a murdered family.

  • Fox
    Prison Break

    Michael and his cellmate plot an escape from Ogygia; Lincoln and C-Note search for the “Sheik of Light”; Sara is reunited with Kellerman (watch sneak peek).

  • NBC
    Trial & Error

    Two episodes: As the trial gets underway, Josh tries to paint another suspect as the murderer. Later, Larry’s former lover gives a devastating testimony.

  • Bravo
    Imposters

    Season 1 finale: Patrick and Maddie exchange wedding vows; the con artists and the FBI engage in an intense showdown. (Read preview; not yet renewed.)

  • FX
    The Americans

    Gabriel comes to Philip and Elizabeth with an unexpected announcement; Rusian and Oleg ambush their first suspect.

  • Comedy Central
    Detroiters

    Season 1 finale: Tim and Sam learn that the Chrysler exec they ran over has had an awful string of luck ever since. (Get renewal status.)