What to Watch Today

John Cho Gets Difficult, Game Night for This Is Us 'Kids,' New Scientology Aftermath and More

On TV this Tuesday: John Cho begins an arc on Difficult People, Leah Remini’s Scientology exposé returns, America’s Got Talent goes live and This Is Us‘ Big Three are ready for Game Night. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Hulu
    Difficult People

    Billy gets into a feud with a shameless advertising executive (Selfie‘s John Cho); Julie’s handyman (SNL vet Chris Elliott) has no concept of boundaries; Lucy Liu (Elementary) and Amy Sedaris (Strangers With Candy) also guest-star. (What did you think of the premiere?)

  • NBC
    America's Got Talent

    A dozen of the Top 36 acts perform live for America’s vote, ahead of Wednesday’s first elimination. (Get NBC fall premiere dates.)

  • ABC
    Bachelor in Paradise

    Time slot premiere: Carly and Evan exchange wedding vows, before the cast sits down for a conversation with Chris Harrison about this season’s controversy.

  • A&E
    Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath

    Season 2 premiere: Two women previously employed by the now-defunct Cadet organization share heartbreaking tales of sexual abuse. (It’s not too late to binge this #PeakTV Treasure.)

  • TNT
    Animal Kingdom

    Baz sets his plan into motion; Marco turns to Craig and Deran for a favor; Pope tries getting to the bottom of Catherine’s death.

  • Freeform
    The Bold Type

    Richard makes an effort to get to know Sutton’s friends outside of work; Jacqueline steps in when Kat’s newest staffer messes with Scarlet’s social media presence.

  • Syfy
    Face Off

    The final three contenders are tasked with creating creatures for a haunted house.

  • OWN

    Summer premiere (special night): Grace and Mac’s confrontation stuns the entire family. (A new episode airs at its regular time slot, Wednesday at 10/9c.) (Hear the good news?)

  • NBC
    Hollywood Game Night

    New time slot alert! Celebrity contestants include This Is Us siblings Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz and Justin Hartley, plus Queer Eye‘s Carson Kreesley, The Profit’s Marcus Lemonis and comedian Bill Engvall.

  • USA Network

    As Solotov continues to hide in plain sight, Bob Lee attempts to figure out his motive; Nadine discovers a surprise witness to the attack.