On TV this Tuesday: It’s the beginning of the end for Motherland: Fort Salem, Disney+ tests the waters with its first live programming event, and Jon Stewart receives one of comedy’s highest honors. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
Stewart's Mark Twain Prize, Motherland: Fort Salem Returns, Disney+'s Live Fireworks and More
The Future Of
Docuseries premiere (first six episodes): Industry experts examine new and emerging technological trends to imagine revolutionary possibilities.
Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual
The Fire Island and Loot star riffs on leaked selfies, dining at P.F. Chang’s, keeping secrets and why cats are better than dogs.
Love Island UK
Stateside premiere: Season 8 of the original, which launched June 6, makes its way across the pond; new episodes will release Tuesday-Sunday. (UK narrator enlisted for Peacock version!)
Honors in Tampa, Fla. include top goalie, top defenseman, rookie of the year and most outstanding player (as voted by the NHL Players’ Association); SNL‘s Kenan Thompson hosts.
The investigation into Lola’s campaign takes an unexpected turn; Amy makes a confession to Mark; Emily’s new case tests her.
Superman & Lois
As Lois holds vigil at Clark’s bedside, John Henry and Natalie try to figure out the best way to defend against Ally Allston’s powers. (Finale airs next Tuesday.)
Jon Stewart: The Mark Twain Prize
The former Daily Show host becomes the 23rd recipient of the Mark Twain Prize; Samantha Bee, Steve Carell, Dave Chappelle, Gary Clark, Jr., Stephen Colbert, Pete Davidson, Ed Helms, Jimmy Kimmel, Jon Meacham, Olivia Munn, John Oliver, Bruce Springsteen and Bassem Youssef appear.
Motherland: Fort Salem
Final season premiere: As Raelle and Scylla enjoy their reunion, Nicte tempts Tally with a new power. (Watch trailer.)
Exclusively Elvis: A Special Edition of 20/20
The hour-long special goes inside the making of the biopic Elvis and features interviews with filmmaker Baz Luhrmann, star Austin Butler, and Presley’s surviving family, including ex-wife Priscilla, daughter Lisa Marie and granddaughter Riley Keough.