On TV this Tuesday: Oprah Winfrey leads an important discussion on systemic racism and civil unrest, The Last O.G. wraps its third season and ABC revisits Fred Willard’s last Modern Family episode. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Oprah's Town Hall on Racism, The Last O.G. Finale and More
America's Got Talent
Auditions enter Week 3, as variety acts of all types perform for Simon, Heidi, Howie and Sofia.
Repeats to Revisit: In Season 2’s final episodes, Darlene and Ben consider living together, while Dan tries to prevent a foreclosure on the house.
Jim Gaffigan: Noble Ape
In the broadcast premiere of his 2018 stand-up special, the comedian discusses a medical scare and how it forced him to contemplate early retirement. (DC’s Stargirl airs at 8 pm.)
Repeats to Revisit: After a family trip to Paris, Phil pays his aging father (the late Fred Willard) one last visit.
OWN Spotlight: Where Do We Go From Here?
Two-night event: Oprah Winfrey speaks with Black thought leaders about civil unrest, systemic racism and the current state of America in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death; participants include Ava DuVernay, Stacey Abrams, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Rashad Robinson, Ibram Kendi, Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, Jennifer Eberhardt, David Oyelowo and Charles M. Blow. (Part 2 airs Wednesday.)
A nervous Betty takes drastic measures to save her marriage.
The Genetic Detective
CeCe Moore delves into the decades-old case of Angie Dodge, an 18-year-old who was raped and murdered in her own apartment in 1996.
If Loving You Is Wrong
In the series’ penultimate episode, Alex’s bad choices catch up to her.
World of Dance
The Qualifiers continue, as contestants perform for J.Lo, Derek Hough and NE-YO.
The Last O.G.
Season 3 finale: Cousin Bobby is accused of being a snitch; Tray is bullied by his new girlfriend’s ex-husband, who is a cop. (Not yet renewed.)