On TV this Tuesday: American Crime Story dramatizes the Clinton/Lewinsky affair, Queen Sugar returns with Season 6 and College Bowl crowns its inaugural champ. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
ACS: Impeachment Debuts, Queen Sugar Returns and More
On the Verge
Series premiere (all 12 episodes): Four women — a chef, a single mom, an heiress and a job seeker — suffer midlife crises in pre-pandemic Los Angeles; Julie Delpy (Before Sunrise), Elisabeth Shue (Cobra Kai), Sarah Jones (Marriage Story), Alexia Landeau (The Path), J.R. Bourne (The 100) and Giovanni Ribisi (Sneaky Pete) star.
Only Murders in the Building
Charles, Oliver and Mabel seek advice from a renowned podcast host. (The series premiere earned an average grade of “A-.”)
America's Got Talent
Featured semifinalists include 1aChord, Brooke Simpson, ChapKidz, Josh Blue, Kabir Singh, Léa Kyle, Northwell Nurse Choir, Peter Antoniou, Rialcris, UniCircle Flow and Victory Brinker.
As Pat and Courtney continue their search for Eclipso, Cindy’s plan to recruit another student takes an unexpected turn.
Season 6 premiere: Nova publishes an article on defunding the police, Violet delivers a mystery pie, and a vaccination drive erupts in chaos. (Watch trailer.)
Nisha (Anuja Joshi) asks the Island to help her decide between marrying her parents’ proposed match (Dhruv Uday Singh) or a longtime love (Andy Favreau).
In the penultimate Season 2 episode, Bobby and Max plot to bring President Franklin to a catastrophic demise, and Sharon suffers a tragic loss.
Supergirl intervenes when a building set aside for low income housing is at risk of being sold to a major corporation; Nia trains with her mother (Grey’s Anatomy‘s Kate Burton).
American Crime Story
Season 3 (aka Impeachment) premiere: Linda Tripp (Sarah Paulson) meets Monica Lewinsky (Beanie Feldstein); Paula Jones (Annaleigh Ashford) sues Clinton for sexual harassment. (Read review.)
Season 1 finale: USC and Columbia face off in the championship round.