On TV this Tuesday: America’s Got Talent goes live, All Rise heads for hiatus and Jimmy Fallon revives Password (with host Keke Palmer). Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
Talent Goes Live, New Password, Hard Knocks and More
I Just Killed My Dad
The three-part docuseries explores the psyche of Anthony Templet, who in 2019 shot and killed his father in cold blood and never denied it.
Only Murders in the Building
A blackout throws the entire city into chaos. (Who was Performer of the Week?)
Midseason finale: Mark and Teddy take on Brandon Page in the smash-and-grab trial; André and Lola address their past. (Return date TBA.)
America's Got Talent
Eleven performers take the stage as Season 17 goes live from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. (Results show airs Wednesday at 8/7c.)
Queen Sugar: A Celebration
Oprah Winfrey reflects on Seasons 1-6 and offers a first look at the seventh and final season (get premiere date).
Season 17 premiere: The show heads to the Motor City to provide an unfiltered look at the Detroit Lions in training camp.
Motherland: Fort Salem
In the antepenultimate hour, the Unit races to rescue an ally, while Alder and Tally journey to retrieve the penultimate piece of the First Song.
Two-night premiere event! Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon pair up with contestants in an episode dedicated to Betty White; Keke Palmer hosts. (Read review; Episode 2 airs Wednesday at 9 pm.)
Season 3 premiere: Prosecutor Stokely Overton goes up against two police officers who have killed an innocent youth.
What We Do in the Shadows
Guillermo loses it as he helps Nandor plan the perfect vampire wedding.