On TV this Tuesday: DC Universe’s quickly cancelled Swamp Thing surfaces on The CW, Mad Men‘s John Slattery battles an evil A.I. and PBS airs the Hispanic Heritage Awards. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Swamp Thing on CW, Ellen's Games Return, NEXT and More
MLB League Division Series
NLDS matchups include Braves vs. Marlins (2 pm, FS1) and Dodgers vs. Padres (9:30 pm, FS1); ALDS games include A’s vs. Astros (4:30 pm, TBS) and Yankees vs. Rays (8 pm, TBS).
The Seattle Storm (2-0) lead the Las Vegas Aces heading into Game 3 at the WNBA Court in Bradenton, Fla.
The Haves and the Have Nots
Benny embarks upon a self-appointed investigation. (Fall behind? Read Episode 16 recap.)
The Hispanic Heritage Awards
Honorees include Linda Ronstadt, Jessica Alba, Selena Gomez, Bad Bunny, Sebastián Yatra, and essential farmworkers.
Broadcast premiere (90 minutes): In the one-and-done DC Universe drama, CDC researcher Abby Arcane (Gotham‘s Crystal Reed) investigates what appears to be a deadly, swamp-born virus in a small Louisiana town.
Ellen's Game of Games
Season 4 premiere: Contestants are subject to Blindfolded Musical Chairs, Dizzy Dash, Oh Ship! and the new game Name Dropper.
The Miami Heat (1-2) attempt to tie things up against the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 4 at the AdventHealth Arena in Orlando.
Series premiere: Ordered to series in May 2019, this drama follows the emergence of a rogue Artificial Intelligence; John Slattery (Mad Men) stars. (Dave Nemetz and Vlada Gelman say “SKIP!”)
The docu focuses on Lin-Manuel Miranda’s father, Luis A. Miranda Jr., as he navigates Hurricane Maria relief efforts and bringing Hamilton to Puerto Rico.
The FBI Declassified
FBI‘s Alana De La Garza narrates this six-part series promising unprecedented access to some of the biggest cases handled by real-life FBI agents/analysts.
Bashir struggles to understand a patient’s personal decisions, while at home he and Amira celebrate Eid but miss their family traditions.