On TV this Tuesday: This Is Us, Project Blue Book and Cherish the Day wrap their respective seasons, NBC forms a Council of Dads, and One Day at a Time makes its basic-cable debut. Here are 15 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
One Day at a Time Returns, This Is Us Finale, FBI Xover, Council of Dads Preview and More
Bloodshot, The Way Back, Birds of Prey
With theaters closed, these recent releases (led by Vin Diesel, Ben Affleck, and Margot Robbie) were fast-tracked for digital rental (at $19.99 each).
O.J.: Made in America
Reairing over three nights | This 30 for 30 doc, which in 2017 won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature, chronicles the infamous athlete’s rise to stardom as the nation became increasingly divided along race lines.
Cookie, Candace and Carol embark on a road trip — and a painful trip down memory lane; Teri grows increasingly fearful of Andre.
FBI / FBI: Most Wanted
Two-hour crossover event! When a bus full of students goes missing, the Most Wanted team help OA hunt a fugitive that Jess LaCroix previously arrested.
Bow takes an interest in medicine after a friend is diagnosed with mono; black-ish‘s Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson appear in a flash-forward (photos).
In the series’ antepenultimate episode, Johnny, Stevie and Roland head to New York for their pitch meeting, as the rest of the family anticipates their return.
This Is Us
Season 4 finale: The Pearson family convenes for Jack’s first birthday. (Who was Performer of the Week?)
Cherish the Day
Season 1 finale: Gently plans a birthday party for Miss Luma and invites her beloved friend, Quincy Jones; an unexpected guest shows up. (Not yet renewed.)
Aaron confronts O’Reilly in court; Maskins arranges for a dangerous prisoner (played by executive producer 50 Cent) to be transferred to Bellmore.
Project Blue Book
Season 2 finale: Hynek and Quinn must stop a rogue Admiral from starting World War III. Seems easy enough! (Not yet renewed.)
Council of Dads
Series premiere (special night): A father of five enlists a few of his most trusted friends to step in as “back-up dads” in the event of his death; Sarah Wayne Callies (Prison Break), Clive Standen (Taken), Tom Everett Scott (I’m Sorry) and J. August Richards (S.H.I.E.L.D.) star. (Episode 2 airs more than a month later, in its regular Thursdays-at-8 time slot, on April 30.)