On TV this Tuesday: President Donald Trump delivers his second State of the Union address, American Housewife moves to its new night and time and BET is now boarding for the Soul Train. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
State of the Union, Housewife's New Home and More
Ray Romano: Right There, Around the Corner
Romano returns to New York’s Comedy Cellar for his first stand-up comedy special in 23 years.
Barry and Ralph go undercover as criminals in an illegal black market in order to acquire a device needed to stop Cicada. (Get CW renewal news!)
Stef and Lena (The Fosters‘ Teri Polo and Sherri Saum) pay Callie and Mariana a visit; Dennis reveals something surprising about his past.
The World's Best
Did the Ambien Bowl send you straight to bed on Sunday night, and you didn’t stick around for this new talent show? Well, here’s an encore.
New time slot alert! Katie takes matters into her own hands after Greg insists on doing the family’s taxes; Oliver and Anna-Kat join forces to win a radio contest.
The Kids Are Alright
Mike and Peggy take matters into their own hands after Lawrence and Eddie are drafted to serve in the Vietnam War.
State of the Union
President Trump delivers his second address at the U.S. Capitol; former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams will deliver the Democratic response.
Series premiere (two hours): This ’70s period piece chronicles the rise of Soul Train; Sinqua Walls (Power) stars as Don Cornelius; Kelly Rowland (Empire) recurs as Gladys Knight.
Roswell, New Mexico
Max is conflicted when a town-wide power outage affects patients at the local hospital; Liz goes to Kyle with newfound information about the night Rosa died.
Late-Night Reacts to State of the Union
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah is the first to weigh in (Comedy Central, 11 pm), followed by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert (CBS, 11:35 pm) and Late Night With Seth Meyers (NBC, 12:37 am).