On TV this Tuesday: The Dirty Jobs crew reunites for a Rowe’d Trip, ABC revisits December’s Live in Front of a Studio Audience special and What Would You Do? generates reactions to the Confederate flag. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Dirty Jobs Reunion, Studio Audience Encores and More
Jim Jefferies: Intolerant
Jefferies’ latest stand-up set features unapologetic jokes about his intolerance of lactose, germaphobes, and people with peanut allergies.
The Wizard catches fire during a bomb cyclone; Josh and Casey deal with rogue waves; Wild Bill brings himself to the brink of collapse.
Juliette struggles with Alyssa’s pregnancy news; Chloe stresses out about running the Crescent Club; Brandon has a hard time giving up on his dreams.
Dirty Jobs: Rowe'd Trip
Limited series premiere: Mike Rowe and the Dirty Jobs crew hit the highway and reminisce about American infrastructure jobs from the show’s history.
Grace must choose between pursuing Bob Whitmore’s past, and her family; Lady Mae and Bishop face new challenges. (Fall behind? Read Ep 2 recap.)
Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles
Altman looks for his own office space to create some distance between him and Fredrik Eklund; Tracy pursues the biggest listing of her career.
Having lost her sense of identity, Betty is only able see her own pain and turn it outward.
Season 1 finale: Mary holds a final town meeting, then prepares to leave Somerville to head out on tour. (Not yet renewed.)
What Would You Do?
Season 16 premiere: One scenario shows how people react in both Mississippi and New York to a man publicly displaying a Confederate flag, which airs a little more than one week after Mississippi lawmakers voted to remove the Confederate symbol from the state flag.