What to Watch Today

Tim Robinson Sketch Comedy Returns, NBA Finals and More

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On TV this Tuesday: John Diggle arrives in Central City, LEGO Masters attempts to defy gravity and Tim Robinson’s I Think You Should Leave returns for Season 2. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Netflix
    I Think You Should Leave With Tim Robinson

    Season 2 premiere (all six episodes): The sketch comedy returns with guest stars Bob Odenkirk, John Early, Sam Richardson and Julia Butters, among others. Paul’s mother-in-law will be thrilled. (Watch trailer.)

  • NBC
    America's Got Talent

    Auditions head into Week 6 (!) with judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Sofia Vergara. (Which acts stood out during Week 5?)

  • The CW
    The Flash

    Diggle (Arrow‘s John Ramsey) arrives in Central City with a weapon to help Barry stop the looming Godspeed war. (Which speedster is back for finale?)

  • OWN
    The Haves and the Have Nots

    Landon helps Charles in a bid to regain his trust. (Fall behind? Read Episode 13 recap.)

  • Fox
    LEGO Masters

    Each duo must build a structure mid-air — meaning, it has to be created from the foundation of one floating LEGO Technic brick.

  • OWN
    David Makes Man

    JG continues to recover, as friends from his past offer their support; David has an unexpected encounter. (Read last week’s recap.)

  • ABC
    NBA Finals

    Game 1: The Phoenix Suns host the Milwaukee Bucks at the Phoenix Suns Arena.

  • Freeform
    Motherland: Fort Salem

    Raelle wants to impress top brass; Abigail struggles with her new role; Tally questions her unsettling dreams.

  • FX
    Mr Inbetween

    “There’s a reason why the road less travelled, is less travelled,” reads the series’ penultimate logline.

  • NBC
    College Bowl

    The qualifying rounds conclude with USC taking on UCLA and University of Virginia battling Xavier University.


    🕺🏻ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY💃🏾
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