What to Watch Today

Peek at Liars' Future, DWTS Finale, Bionic NCIS and More

On TV this Tuesday: The Pretty Little Liars preview their Freeform future, PBS navigates the plight of The Pilgrims, Dancing crowns its latest champ and Comedy Central’s History ends on a slightly-slurred note. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • PBS
    The Pilgrims

    Documentarian Ric Burns details the myths of Thanksgiving and the true story of the Pilgrims’ arrival in the new world.

  • ABC Family
    Pretty Little Liars: 5 Years Forward

    This special takes a look at Season 6B (premiering Jan. 12), including the changes in store for the Liars and their surroundings as the show jumps a half-decade into the future. (Sneak peek.)

  • CBS

    The team helps a leukemia-stricken sailor track down a bone marrow transplant; Bishop spends Thanksgiving with her mom (Lindsay Wagner, The Bionic Woman).

  • Fox
    The Grinder

    A family secret exposes itself during Dean’s first Thanksgiving home; Jason Alexander (Seinfeld) and Timothy Olyphant (Justified) guest-star.

  • ABC
    Dancing With the Stars

    Season 21 finale (Part 2): All 13 couples reunite; Kim Zolciak returns to perform a dance she missed out on; a winner is awarded the “coveted” mirror ball trophy.

  • Fox
    Scream Queens

    Chanel meets Chad’s family; Chad Michael Murray (One Tree Hill), Alan Thicke (Growing Pains), Julia Duffy (Newhart) and Patrick Schwarzenegger guest-star. (Sneak peek.)

  • NBC
    Chicago Med

    Choi discovers the teen he’s treating recently gave birth, prompting the immediate search for her abandoned baby; Halstead treats a hypochondriac with chest pains.

  • ABC Family
    Young & Hungry

    Gabi convinces Yolanda to reach out to her estranged sister (227‘s Jackée Harry); Josh attempts to cheer up Elliot. (Check out exclusive photos.)

  • BET
    Being Mary Jane

    Mary Jane’s birthday takes a backseat when family drama is blown out of proportion.

  • Comedy Central
    Drunk History

    Season 3 finale: Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan fall in love; the first spacewalk is performed by Russian cosmonauts. (Not yet renewed.)