On TV this Tuesday: Baseball’s best compete in the annual All-Star Game, TBS’ Miracle Workers embark on a 19th Century adventure, and FX’s Mr Inbetween wraps its run. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
The MLB All-Star Game, Mr Inbetween Ends, Miracle Workers Hit Oregon Trail, Flash No. 150 and More
A Quiet Place Part II
Streaming premiere: Forty-five days after its theatrical release, the Paramount Pictures thriller sequel lands on the studio’s streaming service.
MLB All-Star Game
Starting players include the Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani (who will pitch and DH for the American League) and the San Diego Padres’ Fernando Tatis Jr. (for the National League). (View complete roster.)
MotherSharker (at 8 pm) leads into Brad Paisley’s Shark Country (at 9 pm), in which Paisley puts his musical talents to the test in shark-infested waters, to determine how sound can attract or repel sharks. (View complete lineup.)
Episode No. 150: In the first half of the Season 7 finale, XS (returning guest star Jessica Parker Kennedy) and Impulse (To All the Boys‘ Jordan Fisher) come bearing a secret that threatens their new familial harmony. (Read preview.)
The Haves and the Have Nots
In the series’ penultimate hour, Veronica attempts to stay one step ahead of her enemies. (Fall behind? Read Episode 14 recap.)
David Makes Man
David and Shella discuss his plans for The Ville; David worries about Mx. Elijah. (Read Kwame Patterson Q&A.)
Tyler Perry's House of Payne
Summer finale: In the episode “Karen,” Calvin becomes a victim of social injustice when he is accused of stealing car tags. (Return date TBD; Tyler Perry’s Assisted Living‘s summer finale follows.)
Superman & Lois
Lois and John Henry Irons must determine the best way to stop Morgan Edge; Jonathan encourages Jordan to focus on strengthening his powers in order to locate their dad; David Ramsey (Arrow) guest-stars.
Series finale: “If nothing ends, what begins?” asks the very last cryptic synopsis. (Get FX summer premiere dates.)
Season 3 (aka Oregon Trail) premiere: The anthology picks up in the year 1844, where a small-town reverend (Daniel Radcliffe) enlists outlaw Benny the Teen (Steve Buscemi) to lead his people west. (Watch teaser.)