On TV this Tuesday: Baseball’s best compete in the annual All-Star Game, Peacock heads to Love Island and Dancing With Myself takes its final bow. 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
MLB All-Star Game, Love Island Returns and More
Only Murders in the Building
Mabel hosts a party for an eclectic art crowd, which doubles as an opportunity to smoke out a liar. (Every suspect and clue!)
The Day the Music Died: The Story of Don McLean's American Pie
McLean reveals never-before-shared secrets about the iconic song in a documentary that also highlights cultural moments in America’s history that are as relevant now as they were in 1971.
Season 4 premiere (new network): Modern Family‘s Sarah Hyland takes over as host, while the UK’s Iain Stirling serves as narrator; new episodes drop daily, Tuesday-Sunday.
MLB All-Star Game
Starting players include the Angels’ Shohei Ohtani (who for a second consecutive year will pitch and DH for the AL) and the Cubs’ Willson Contreras (for the NL). (Who would make your TV all-star team?)
André makes an unexpected appearance in a case Lola is presiding over; Luke represents an alleged arsonist. (Also, what you’re bound to hear if Aaron Judge homers tonight.)
America's Got Talent
This week’s acts include an aerialist from Ukraine whose father is fighting on the front line, and two sisters and a cousin who sing an update to Dolly Parton’s “Jolene.” (Get NBC fall premiere dates.)
In the series’ third-to-last episode, Tom’s mysterious guardian angel makes an urgent plea — and a surprising secret comes to light. (Yep, cancelled.)
Dancing With Myself
Season 1 finale: A grad student, retail manager, identical twins and eight other contestants enter the pods. (Not yet renewed.)
Motherland: Fort Salem
As the Council of the Great River convenes to hear the Unit’s testimony, Abigail attempts to convey the dangers of the Camarilla’s power.
What We Do in the Shadows
Opening night of Nadja’s vampire nightclub is threatened when the musical guest cancels. (Season 4 premiere earned an average reader grade of “A.”)