On TV this Tuesday: Prodigal Son‘s brother-sister duo are on the hunt, This Is Us embarks on a dreaded road trip and Zoey’s Playlist tackles systemic racism. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Prodigal Son Searches for Debutante Slayer, Zoey's Playlist Hits Pause, New This Is Us and More
Finding Your Roots
Law & Order: Organized Crime‘s Christopher Meloni and Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘s Tony Shalhoub discover their immigrant roots. (When does L&O:OC debut?)
Gibbs helps Palmer through a personal trauma; the team investigates the death of a Navy officer who was killed while driving home a recently released inmate.
Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist
Midseason finale: Simon calls out racial bias at SPRQ Point; Mo and Max pitch a new investor. (Moving to Sundays in March.)
Black Art: In the Absence of Light
The documentary sheds a light on contemporary African American artists, including Theaster Gates, Kerry James Marshall, Faith Ringgold and Amy Sherald. (Review Black History Month programming guide.)
Bow makes history as the first Black female partner at her hospital (watch sneak peek); Dre tries to convince Stevens & Lido to hire another Black executive.
Malcolm and Ainsley race to find the killer in the Debutante Slayings; JT has a difficult decision to make regarding the cop who discriminated against him; Kate Burton (Scandal) guest-stars. (Get First Look at Catherine Zeta-Jones!)
This Is Us
Kevin sets off on a stressful road trip, while flashbacks show Jack and Young Kevin at football training camp. (Watch sneak peek.)
Cassie and Jenny grow more suspicious with each hospital visit; Ronald must address his inner demons. (Who was Performer of the Week?)
🏈 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 👃
On Feb. 9, 1973, The Brady Bunch‘s Marcia got hit in the nose with a football, after which BMOC Doug Simpson cancelled their date. “Something suddenly came up!”