What to Watch Today

House of Cards and AGT Return, Prison Break and Americans Finales, J.Lo's World of Dance and More

On TV this Tuesday: House of Cards is back in session, Prison Break wraps its revival, MTV relaunches Fear Factor and J.Lo introduces viewers to a World of Dance. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Netflix
    House of Cards

    Season 5 premiere (all 13 episodes): Francis and Claire, having long been each other’s allies, begin to see tears in their relationship. (Watch trailer.)

  • Netflix
    F Is for Family

    Season 2 premiere (all 10 episodes): After a 17-month hiatus, Bill Burr’s ’70s-set, politically incorrect animated comedy returns.

  • NBC
    America's Got Talent

    Season 12 premiere: The auditions begin, as judges Mel B, Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel are joined by new host Tyra Banks.

  • TNT
    Animal Kingdom

    Season 2 premiere: Smurf is blamed for a risky heist gone wrong; Baz copes with single parenthood; Deran plans for the future. (Watch trailer.)

  • OWN
    If Loving You Is Wrong

    Season 4 finale (90 minutes): Kelly figures out new means to protect herself from Travis. (Get renewal status.)

  • Fox
    Prison Break

    Season 5 finale: Michael and Lincoln attempt to protect Sara and Mike; a showdown with Poseidon turns deadly. (Watch a sneak peek; could there be a Season 6?)

  • ABC
    Imaginary Mary

    In what would be the freshman’s final episode, Ben is hesitant to have Alice sleep over when Andy, Dora and Bunny are staying with him. (Yep, cancelled.)

  • FX
    The Americans

    Season 5 finale: As the penultimate season wraps up, Philip and Elizabeth find themselves in a race against the clock as a life is put at risk.

  • MTV
    Fear Factor

    Season 8 premiere (new network): Rapper/Fast and Furious star Ludacris hosts this revival of the long-running NBC competition.

  • NBC
    World of Dance

    Series premiere: Dancers of all ages and genres vie for a $1 million prize; EP Jennifer Lopez serves as a judge, alongside DWTS grad Derek Hough and singer Ne-Yo; Step Up‘s Jenna Dewan-Tatum hosts.