On TV this Tuesday: Top Gear starts with a drag, Awkward‘s brush with the law, Faking It gets real and Inside Amy Schumer’s shame-less finale. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Schumer's Scandalous Finale, Awkward Jail Stay and More
America's Got Talent
More contestants from around the country audition for the judges in the hopes of
getting a hug from Heidimaking it to the next round.
Celebrities Tom Green (The Tom Green Show) and Andy Dick (Less Than Perfect) take part in various song, dance and sketch challenges all while navigating
precarious ratingsa tilted set.
Series premiere: Go behind the scenes of CBS’s Watch! Magazine as it flies celebrities to exotic destinations for high-end photo shoots. This first episode follows NCIS star Michael Weatherly and Under the Dome‘s Rachel Lefevre to merry olde England.
Season 5 premiere: Comedian Adam Ferrara, champion rally racer Tanner Foust and racing analyst Rutledge Wood compete for the opportunity to drag race in the Gatornationals. (Did they just skip Gatorsectionals?)
I Wanna Marry 'Harry'
The faux prince with red hair takes one of the girls for a hot air balloon ride, followed by a picnic that’s disrupted by paparazzi. Later, the girls show “Harry” their best American dance moves, so expect various renditions of the “fishing pole” as they try to snag themselves a “king” fish.
Molly faces pressure to close the case, while Lester starts to feel like a new man. (Note: Tonight’s episode runs 77 minutes. Set those DVRs accordingly!)
The Night Shift
TC pulls out all the stops and calls in a cardiac specialist when his friend the sheriff’s deputy is critically injured. Elsewhere, Paul deals with a challenging case involving an elderly woman.
Jenna decides to visit Luke at college while Matty and Jake spend a night in jail — because they fought the law and the law won.
Inside Amy Schumer
Season 2 finale: Amy meets the press, gets ready for sex and watches her boyfriend turn gay.
Karma convinces Amy that they need to stage a break up, which Liam then takes the blame for. (You’d think a fake relationship wouldn’t need this much work.)