On TV this Tuesday: Empire airs its ersatz series finale, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow return after pandemic-induced breaks and the Grammys pay tribute to late music icon Prince. Here are nine programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Empire Ends, Flash and Legends Return, Prince and More
Middleditch & Schwartz
Comedy duo Thomas Middleditch (Silicon Valley) and Ben Schwartz (House of Lies) headline three completely improvised comedy specials, with each performance based entirely on a random audience suggestion.
Back after a five-week break! After Black Hole hires Rag Doll to kill Joe, Singh advises his top cop to enter WITSEC; Ralph has a run-in with Sue; Iris grows suspicious of Eva. (Read Grant Gustin preview.)
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Back after a five-week break! Sara, Constantine and Charlie run into an unforeseen problem (and Baby!) during their search for another piece of the Loom; Zari embarks on a meditative journey.
Let's Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince
Two hours: Beck; Gary Clark Jr.; Common; Earth, Wind, & Fire; Foo Fighters; H.E.R.; Juanes; John Legend; Chris Martin; Morris Day and The Time; Princess; Sheila E.; St. Vincent; Mavis Staples; Miguel; the Revolution; and Usher perform, with special appearances by FKA Twigs, Fred Armisen, Jimmy Jam, Misty Copeland and Naomi Campbell; Maya Rudolph hosts.
One Day at a Time
Alex asks Penelope for a large sum of money; Dr. Berkowitz gives Schneider and Avery a gift, which leads to their first fight.
This hour flashes back to the previous nine years of Aaron’s incarceration, tracking his evolution from terrified novice prisoner to attorney and social crusader.
If Loving You Is Wrong
Kelly’s predicament goes from bad to worse, as the stakes are raised higher than ever before.
The Last O.G.
Tray takes Shahzad to his first basketball game; Josh worries that he’s not the “cool dad” anymore.