On TV this Tuesday, as Fall Premiere Week continues: Chicago Med‘s Yaya DaCosta relocates from the Windy City to Martha’s Vineyard, New Amsterdam and The Resident scrub back in, and the FBI franchise goes International. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Our Kind of People Bows, New Amsterdam and Resident Return, FBI Crossover and More
Love on the Spectrum
Season 2 premiere: The docuseries, which follows young adults on the spectrum as they explore the world of dating, returns with six new episodes.
Season 17 finale: Keith pushes through jagged ice in search of the Wizard‘s lost pots; a beloved crewman makes the ultimate sacrifice.
Season 4 premiere (new time): In Part 1 of a three-way crossover, Crosby (FBI: Most Wanted‘s Kellan Lutz) assists Maggie in the investigation of a young woman who was killed on her way home from a lavish party.
Season 21 premiere (Night 2 of 2): Blind Auditions continue with coaches Ariana Grande, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton. (Night 1 recap!)
FBI: Most Wanted
Season 3 premiere (special time): In Part 2, OA (FBI‘s Zeeko Zaki) joins Jess and his team as they hunt the leader of a criminal enterprise.
Our Kind of People
Series premiere: From EPs Lee Daniels (Empire) and Karin Gist (Star) comes a new soap about a single mother (Chicago Med‘s Yaya DaCosta) who sets out to reclaim her family’s name in the aspirational world of Oak Bluffs on Martha’s Vineyard; Morris Chestnut (The Resident) co-stars. (Watch teaser.)
Series premiere (special time): In Part 3, Special Agent Scott Forrester (Man in the High Castle‘s Luke Kleintank) and his Budapest-based FBI team head to Croatia, after Isobel Castille (FBI‘s Alana De La Garza) enlists their help; FBI‘s Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki and Jeremy Sisto, and Most Wanted‘s Julian McMahon and Kellan Lutz also guest-star. (Moves to 9 pm next week.)
Season 4 premiere: Max and Sharpe navigate their new dynamic; Iggy asks an old contact for help with an explosive situation. (Get scoop.)
The Ultimate Surfer
Season 1 finale: After a final Surf Off, one man and one woman are crowned the Ultimate Surfers and claim a $100,000 prize. (Not yet renewed.)
♦ ON THIS DATE IN TV HISTORY ♦
Adam-12 reported for duty in 1968, Perry Mason tackled his first case in 1957, and the Jets lost to the Browns in the first Monday Night Football telecast, in 1970.