On TV this Tuesday: Home Improvement‘s Tim Allen and Richard Karn reunite on the History Channel, Nurses scrubs out at NBC and Superman & Lois launches on The CW. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Superman & Lois Takes Flight, History's Home Improvement Reunion, Nurses Finale and More
All four seasons of the beloved Cinemax series starring The Boys‘ Antony Starr arrive on the streaming service.
Ralph Angel and Darla discuss wedding plans; Nova meets Calvin’s family for the first time; the COVID-19 threat becomes real. (Read premiere post mortem.)
To Tell the Truth
Two episodes: Panelists include Alfonso Ribeiro, Tom Lennon and Vivica A. Fox (at 8 pm), and Cedric the Entertainer, Joel McHale and Lauren Lapkus (10 pm).
When Dwayne pretends he’s rich to impress a popular girl, a date to Rocky’s flea market wrestling match threatens to expose the truth. (Read premiere recap.)
Kenan, Rick and Gary think Cori has a deep, dark secret; Mika thinks the morning show should cover more hard news stories. (Series premiere earned a “B-.”)
Bow must confront the idea of her and Junior having an oddly close relationship; Jack’s new crush wants to hang out with Diane instead of him.
Donald and Kyle are questioned by Hunter after the shooting at Denise’s boutique; Gayle hatches a plan. (The BET premiere of spinoff Ruthless follows at 10.)
This Is Us
A series of car rides propel the family toward new stages of their lives. (Fall behind? Read Episode 8 recap.)
Denise and Alicia teach Paul about the cultural and racial significance of Spades; Santi, Johan and Bow learn about divorce after watching a movie.
Series premiere: The competitions pits the best and brightest builders from across the country against each other; Home Improvement‘s Tim Allen and Richard Karn host. (Watch promo.)
Season 1 finale: Grace goes public with her claims against Dr. Hamilton; Red endangers a patient’s life; Sinead is forced to face her demons; Rachel Skarsten (Batwoman) guest-stars. (Renewed in Canada, NBC fate TBD.)
📝 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 📝
On Feb. 24, 1997, NBC aired Schindler’s List uncensored and without commercial interruption. An estimated 65 million people watched at least part of the 3-1/2 hour telecast.