On TV this Tuesday: Yet another Chicago show scrubs in, Conan O’Brien lands in Armenia, Grodd returns to Central City and The Bastard Executioner attempts a mission impossible. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
Chicago Med Begins, Grodd Returns, Conan and More
Caitlin is kidnapped by Grodd upon his return to Central City; Patty suspects Barry is hiding something. (Arrow/Flash stars preview December crossover.)
Fresh Off the Boat
As Jessica attempts to out-do her sister’s previous Thanksgivings, Emery and Evan handle table décor and Eddie and his cousin discover the internet.
Series premiere: A train collision cuts into grand reopening festivities at Chicago Med’s ER — but paves the way for the start of a second Chicago Fire spin- off! S. Epatha Merkerson (Law & Order), Yaya DaCosta (Lifetime’s Whitney), Torrey DeVitto (Pretty Little Liars), Rachel DiPillo (Jane the Virgin), Colin Donnell (Arrow), Nick Gehlfuss (Shameless), Brian Tee (Grimm) and Oliver Platt (Fargo) star. (Get in-depth preview.)
NCIS: New Orleans
Pride is determined to solve the murder of a friend’s fiancé during a city-wide blackout… that apparently only impedes non-NCIS law enforcement. (ICYMI: Tyler Ritter is coming to NCIS and NOLA.)
Denise ignites the Kappas’ fears when she dramatizes an already terrifying ghost story; a familiar face returns as the Red Devil slaughters its next victim.
The Bastard Executioner
Season 1 finale (93 minutes): Milus and Wilkin spearhead a perilous rescue mission. (Not yet renewed.)
Being Mary Jane
Mary is involved in a scary sexual encounter; Mark weighs his options when a scandal jeopardizes his future at the network.
Elizabeth crosses a line; Lori tries to involve herself in Carter’s life; Max’s father is up for parole.
J.T. McWilliams gets muscled out of his own community; Bugsy Siegel makes a life-threatening bet on a casino; the Moulin Rouge breaks color barriers.
Following the success of his installment from Cuba, O’Brien becomes the first late-night host to bring a talk show to Armenia — albeit for one night only.