On TV this Tuesday: Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams put their best feet forward as Fosse/Verdon, Dana Delany abides by CBS’ The Code and The Bold Type is back for Season 3. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Fosse/Verdon's Opening Night, Dana Delany Enforces The Code, Bold Type Returns and More
The Bold Type
Season 3 premiere: Jane, Kat and Sutton deal with the aftermath of their recent decisions, while Jacqueline is demoted at the magazine.
Finding Your Roots
Season 5 finale: First up, radio personality Joe Madison. Later, host Henry Louis Gates Jr. learns about his own DNA story.
Season 15 premiere (two hours): The fleet finds itself in a race against time to find a herd of crab valued at a quarter-billion — yes, quarter-billion! — dollars.
Series premiere (special night): This JAG-gy drama follows judge advocates as they tackle legal challenges facing the U.S. Marine Corps; Dana Delany (Body of Proof) and Luke Mitchell (Blindspot) star. (Episode 2 airs at its regular day and time, Monday at 9 pm.)
The Story of God With Morgan Freeman
Season 3 finale: Freeman travels to Jerusalem to meet with an archaeologist, where they examine a segment of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
This is… its new time slot! Katie faces key pregnancy decisions; Sarah and Patricia spend a night out to clear their heads; Nick’s memory starts to play tricks on him.
Roswell, New Mexico
Liz and team find themselves on a collision course with an unlikely foe; the town prepares for the UFO Emporium re-opening gala. (Which bubble show do you most want saved?)
Splitting Up Together
Season 2 finale: Martin reconnects with his estranged dad (Sons of Anarchy’s Ron Perlman), while a cash-strapped Lisa contemplates moving back in with her parents. (Not yet renewed.)
Limited series premiere (70 minutes): This showbiz biopic chronicles the partnership of Broadway legends Bob Fosse (Vice‘s Sam Rockwell) and Gwen Verdon (Manchester by the Sea‘s Michelle Williams). (Watch trailer.)
Max relies on an unlikely source to get the lights back on; Reynolds is forced to get creative with very few resources in order to save Hugh. (Read preview.)
Season 1 finale: The gang celebrates Ari’s birthday; Camden resurfaces, putting Simone’s relationship with Bryson in jeopardy. (Check renewal status.)
You Me Her
Season 4 premiere: Izzy must decide if the surprise reveal at Emma’s appointment is enough to make her finally cave and put down roots in the suburbs.