On TV this Tuesday: President Barack Obama gives his farewell address to the nation, This Is Us, S.H.I.E.L.D. and Mary Jane return, and Tom Hardy stars in FX’s Taboo. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
This Is Us Returns, Obama's Farewell Address, Taboo Times for Tom Hardy and More
Frankie wins an entire month of free maid service; Mike and Rusty look into nursing homes for their father. (Also tonight: A new episode of American Housewife.)
President Barack Obama's Farewell Address
Obama gives his final address to the nation, live from McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill.
Season 1 finale: Letty makes a choice she immediately comes to regret, and is forced to clean up her mess in an effort to save Javier. (Not yet renewed.)
Evie tries to find a way to keep the Cybermart staff together after learning that their branch is closing; Xavier makes a breakthrough. (Closure if cancelled?)
The team tries to figure out whether a robot was programmed to kill its creator; Brennan plans a surprise for her birthday. (Episode airs at 8:25 CT/MT, 9 PT.)
Being Mary Jane
Season 4 premiere: Mary Jane begins her tenure as anchor of Great Day USA, and has an encounter with a new man. (Get casting scoop.)
This Is Us
Kate struggles in the wake of Toby’s heart attack; Jack and Rebecca look for a bigger home to raise triplets. (Episode airs at 9 CT/PT, 8 MT; Chicago Fire preempted.)
Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath
Docuseries finale: Leah gets a letter from the church that accuses her of provoking hate crimes, then meets with the man she allegedly incited.
Series premiere: In this 19th century tale, a man (The Revenant‘s Tom Hardy) returns to London to claim a legacy left to him by his father. (Watch trailer.)