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Trump Town Hall, End of Tosh.0 Begins, Big Brother and More

Trump Town Hall

On TV this Tuesday: Tosh.0 kicks off its farewell run, Big Brother moves up its Power of Veto competition, and President Donald Trump addresses undecided voters. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • NBC
    America's Got Talent

    A second group, consisting of the 11 remaining semifinalists, perform. (Did your favorite acts from Group 1 make it through to the finals?)

  • CBS
    Big Brother

    Due to a preemption this Wednesday (for the ACMAs), a special Tuesday episode finds six houseguests competing for the Power of Veto.

  • The CW
    Dead Pixels

    Nicky’s dad attempts to bond with him; Meg reveals the Russell the sexual desires of her online persona; Alison introduces a new guy to her roommates.

  • OWN
    The Haves and the Have Nots

    Wyatt’s actions don’t sit well with Jim and Katheryn. (Fall behind? Read Episode 14 recap.)

  • CBS
    Love Island

    Andy turns Ernest T. Bass into a presentable gentleman. (CBS doesn’t provide Love Island teasers, so we’re running a random MeTV synopsis each night.)

  • ABC
    The Presidential Town Hall: Your Voice, Your Vote, Your Questions

    George Stephanopoulos anchors from Philadelphia, where a bunch of Ken Bones undecided voters, both in person and virtually, get a chance to ask Trump questions before casting their ballots.

  • The CW
    Tell Me a Story

    Jordan makes a shocking discovery about the third pig; Kayla turns to her dad once she recognizes the severity of Nick’s obsession.

  • truTV
    Hot Ones: The Game Show

    Season 1 finale: Two self-described nerds go up against a young mother and her father in the Pepperdome.

  • Comedy Central
    Tosh.0

    Final season premiere: Daniel pays tribute to a Hollywood star, then explains why the virtual world is as tragic as the real one. (Multi-season renewal undone!)

  • NBC
    Transplant

    Bashir diagnoses a young patient with a rare disease; Mags deals with a seemingly unsolvable case; June tries to keep her personal life private.