On TV this Tuesday: The Village moves into the post-This Is Us slot, TV’s erstwhile Mitchard Grinder hosts Mental Samurai and TV Land’s Teachers are permanently dismissed. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
The Village Moves In, Rob Lowe Goes Mental, Teachers Are Dismissed, March Madness and More
Amy Schumer: Growing
Stand-up comedy special premiere: The comedian — who’s currently expecting her first child — discusses marriage, pregnancy and the joys of womanhood.
NCAA Basketball: First Four
Two games: First up, it’s the Prairie View A&M Panthers vs. the Fairleigh Dickinson Knights. Then at 9:10 pm, the Temple Owls vs. the Belmont Bruins.
The team races to save a suburban mom, only to discover that she’s a meta-human; Nora decides to come clean to her parents about her alliance with Thawne.
The Kids Are Alright
Mike and Peggy find out that Wendi’s recently separated parents left her at home alone, giving her and Eddie an unsupervised “love nest.” (Should ABC Keep or Cut?)
The Haves and the Have Nots
Season 6 finale: “A tattoo is worth a thousand words,” according to the cryptic logline. (Who has been cast in ABC’s black-ish spinoff?)
Game show premiere: The Grinder‘s Rob Lowe hosts the “first-ever obstacle course for the mind,” in which contestants battle each other in four categories (knowledge, memory, puzzles and sequencing) in a race against time.
Roswell, New Mexico
In an episode directed by original Roswell star Shiri Appleby, Max and Michael head to Texas, where they visit a faith healer who may be able to shed light on the alien symbol. (Get scoop.)
If Loving You Is Wrong
Season 6 premiere (special night): Lushion comes to the rescue — but is it too late? (Episode 2 airs at its regular night and time, Wednesday at 10 pm.)
Series premiere: This drama follows the residents of an apartment complex, including a nurse/single mom (SEAL Team‘s Michaela McManus), a law student (The Secret Life of the American Teenager‘s Daren Kagasoff), a war vet (The Resident‘s Warren Christie) and longtime marrieds (OITNB‘s Lorraine Toussaint and The Wire‘s Frankie Faison).
Series finale: All the teachers scramble to salvage Ms. Bennigan’s wedding day, as TV Land’s last scripted series comes to an end. (Officially cancelled.)
Season 11 premiere: Tosh is back for more Web Redemption and CeWEBrity Profiles. (The Jim Jeffries Show Season 3 premiere follows at 10:30 pm.)