On TV this Tuesday: Kenan, Delilah and Assembly Required wrap their freshman runs, The Oval heads for hiatus and NCIS plays host to a (delayed) family reunion. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Kenan and Delilah Finales, NCIS Family Reunion and More
Season 3 premiere: Surprise! Ten new episodes of the Ron Livingston comedy — which aired its first two seasons on Audience Network — are now available.
A Marine Sergeant’s stabbing leads Torres to his estranged father (Ray Donovan‘s Steven Bauer); read preview. (FBI and FBI: Most Wanted are also new, following last week’s preemptions.)
Season 1 finale: Kenan’s mother-in-law (Ugly Betty‘s Vanessa Williams) visits ahead of the annual Atlanta Hair Show; when Gary secures a sitcom offer, Kenan must contemplate a big move. (Not yet renewed.)
Season 1 finale: Leah settles her case against Fred Osbourne despite Delilah’s advice; Delilah gets shocking information about Mace. (Not yet renewed.)
Spring finale: Allan catches Ellie in a horrible betrayal; Victoria discovers that Hunter is being set up. Donald sends Kyle on a mission. (Return date TBA.)
Malcolm distances himself from Martin; Jessica dives head-first into the past as part of her tell-all. (Is it time for Edrisa’s long-standing crush to end?)
To save Supergirl from the Phantom Zone, Nia and Brainy travel to Midvale circa 2009 — just as the small town catched a young Cat Grant‘s interest.
Season 1 finale: The makers are tasked with building a heavy-duty flashlight and a mobile workbench. (Not yet renewed.)
Jenny takes the investigation up a notch when a body is discovered on the Kleinsasser ranch; Cassie and Lindor pursue Ronald.
Jeanette adds fuel to the fire as her impulsive behavior causes her friends and family to question her even more. (The series premiere earned a “B+.”)
Max is determined to deliver free broadband access; Reynolds treats a young gunshot victim; Sharpe gives difficult news to a longtime patient.
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