On TV this Tuesday: AOC and former President Clinton speak at the Democratic Convention, Kenan Thompson fills in for Simon Cowell and The CW boots up the UK gamer comedy Dead Pixels. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Dead Pixels on The CW, The Fugitive Finale, Kenan Judges Talent, DNC Night 2 and More
Season 1 finale: The Kiefer Sutherland-led reboot comes to a close. (Not yet renewed.)
NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
Four games: Matchups include Flyers vs. Canadiens (at 3 pm); Flames vs. Stars (5:30 pm); Capitals vs. Islanders (8 pm); and Blackhawks vs. Golden Knights (10:30 pm).
Stateside premiere: The UK comedy focuses on a group of gamers and their characters’ computer-animated misadventures; Alexa Davies (Mamma Mia 2), David Mumeni (Stath Lets Flats), Will Merrick (Poldark), Sargon Yelda (Strike), Charlotte Ritchie (Call the Midwife) and Noush Skaugen (Sharknado 5) star. (Arrowverse Big Bads Ranked!)
Democratic National Convention
Night 2 of 4 | CNN, C-SPAN, MSNBC and PBS will have coverage when the event begins; ABC, CBS, Fox News and NBC join in-progress at 10 pm; speakers include Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, former Secretary of State John Kerry, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, former President Bill Clinton, and former Second Lady Dr. Jill Biden. (Watch Night 1 coverage.)
Tell Me a Story
Jordan goes after Eddie; Kamala gives Ethan another chance; Hannah and Gabe skip town; Colleen expresses concerns. (Get Supernatural return date.)
What Would You Do?
Special time: One scenario finds a teen pleading with his anti-vaxxer mom to let him get vaccinated. (Which ABC comedy is set to resume production?)
Season 1 finale: The Mayim Bialik-hosted showdown comes to a close, as one quarantined celeb is crowned Best in Show-Off. (Not yet renewed.)
Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel
Profiled athletes include former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, ex-Oakland Athletics catcher Bruce Maxwell, and Olympic speedskater-turned-Miami Marlins infielder Eddy Alvarez.
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Colbert goes live with Sen. Elizabeth Warren and musical guest Regina Spektor.