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La Brea, Hot Zone and Chucky Finales, Bachelorette and More

Watch 'La Brea' 1x10 Season Finale on NBC

On TV this Tuesday: The Bachelorette meets her potential in-laws, The Hot Zone gets to the bottom of an anthrax scare, and La Brea and Chucky wrap their freshman runs. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • ABC
    The Bachelorette

    In a new twist on Hometown Week, the final four men bring their families to visit Michelle, in Minneapolis.

  • The CW
    The Flash

    In “Armageddon” Part 3, Barry meets with Black Lightning (Cress Williams); Batwoman‘s Javicia Leslie, Supergirl‘s Chyler Leigh and Osric Chau (Ryan Choi from “Crisis on Infinite Earths”) also appear. (Read Part 2 recap and post mortem.)

  • Fox
    The Resident

    Conrad takes Trevor under his wing; Leela takes full responsibility of an indecisive patient’s life; The Raptor works on a care plan for his mother.

  • NatGeo
    The Hot Zone

    Season 2 (aka Anthrax) finale (two episodes): Dani’s lone wolf theory gains traction; Bruce becomes increasingly unhinged.

  • NBC
    La Brea

    Season 1 finale: As Gavin, Izzy and Sophia launch a final rescue effort, Eve embarks on a perilous journey. (Get renewal status; view NBC’s midseason roster.)

  • Fox
    Our Kind of People

    In the penultimate Season 1 episode, Angela holds a “sister-vention” for Leah; Nikki and Nate attempt to bond. (View Fox’s midseason schedule.)

  • The CW

    In “Rivervale” Part 3, a mysterious figure forces the gang to face unexpected ultimatums. (Read Part 2 recap; view The CW’s midseason schedule.)

  • Syfy, USA Network

    Season 1 finale: Chucky’s sinister plan comes to fruition at a very public venue. (Check renewal status.)

  • ABC

    George Michael is remembered by Sam Smith, Paula Abdul and former managers, publicists and backup singers. (Get ABC winter premiere dates.)

  • TBS
    The Last O.G.

    Tray and Josh confront Amira’s mystery boyfriend.

    On Nov. 30, 1971, ABC’s Movie of the Week, Brian’s Song, starred James Caan and Billy Dee Williams as cancer-stricken Chicago Bears football player Brian Piccolo and his teammate Gale Sayers.