On TV this Tuesday: FX chronicles the rise of the Sex Pistols, The CW introduces Nancy Drew offshoot Tom Swift and NBC launches a new dance competition. 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
Pistol, Tom Swift and Dancing With Myself Premiere, AGT Returns, Superman & Lois and More
Limited series premiere (all six episodes): Oscar winner Danny Boyle adapts Steve Jones’ memoir, chronicling three chaotic years in the history of the Sex Pistols; Toby Wallace (The Society), newcomer Jacob Slater, Anson Boon (The Feed), Christian Lees (Speechless), Louis Partridge (Enola Holmes) and Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones, see photo) star. (Watch trailer.)
America's Got Talent
Season 17 premiere: Auditions get underway with returning judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Sofia Vergara. (See NBC’s fall schedule.)
Rob Riggle convinces Kermit the Frog to recruit Big Mean Carl, The Swedish Chef and Animal to help save the show. (See ABC’s fall lineup.)
Buzzy “The Stunner” Cohen makes his featured debut as Chaser, facing off against a stay-at-home mom, a federal employee and a copywriter.
Rise Against Asian Hate: One Day in March
The special shows how the Asian American community came together to fight back against hate in the wake of the March 2021 mass shootings at three spas in Atlanta.
Nancy Drew spinoff premiere: The titular inventor (played by Tian Richards) is shaken to his core after the shocking disappearance of his father; Ashleigh Murray (Riverdale) co-stars; LeVar Burton (Star Trek: TNG) provides the voice of Barclay, Swift’s A.I. companion.
Dancing With Myself
Series premiere: A group of everyday people compete in a series of high-energy dance challenges designed and demonstrated by celebrity creators Shakira, Nick Jonas, Liza Koshy and host Camille Kostek.
The Mayans bring death to the Sons of Anarchy’s doorstep. (Get FX summer premiere dates.)
Black Patriots: Buffalo Soldiers
The documentary tells the largely unknown story of the nation’s first, all-Black peacetime regiments who fought relentlessly to expand America’s presence in the West; Blair Underwood narrates.