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The 100 Returns, Flash's 'Bold Decision' and More

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On TV this Tuesday: The 100 returns for Season 6, The Kids Are Alright deals with an inappropriate hobby and a member of Team Flash makes a bold decision. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Freeform
    The Bold Type

    Jane gets the scoop of a lifetime, but her pitch is immediately turned down by Jacqueline; Kat decides to run for city council.

  • The CW
    The Flash

    Weather Witch, Queen Bee and Rag Doll return to Central City; Barry continues to struggle with Nora’s betrayal; Cisco makes a “bold decision.” (Get scoop!)

  • CBS
    NCIS

    Kasie solves a 30-year-old murder case, but a legal loophole threatens to set the suspect free; McGee is courted by a Silicon Valley tech company. (Get scoop!)

  • HBO
    On Tour With Asperger's Are Us

    Docuseries premiere: From EPs Mark and Jay Duplass comes this six-part program chronicling a four-man comedy troupe of friends with Asperger syndrome embarking on their most ambitious tour to date. (Two episodes air each night through Thursday.)

  • ABC
    The Kids Are Alright

    Peggy wants Mike to talk to Timmy about his, um, “inappropriate hobby”; Frank is determined to catch Joey in a lie.

  • The CW
    The 100

    Season 6 premiere: After receiving Monty’s message, a small group heads down to explore the mysterious new planet. (Get scoop; already renewed!)

  • BET
    Games People Play

    Time slot premiere: Nia gets an exclusive interview with Laila; Vanessa and Marcus try to kill the story.

  • FX
    Fosse/Verdon

    While Bob makes huge strides in his career, Gwen struggles to overcome personal and professional setbacks.

  • NBC
    New Amsterdam

    Max reckons with his diagnosis as it begins to make things more difficult for him; Reynolds must address what could have gone wrong during a recent procedure. (Get scoop.)

  • truTV
    At Home With Amy Sedaris

    Season 2 finale: Amy invites her friends over for a night full of adult play and finger foods; Michael Shannon (Waco) and David Krumholtz (The Deuce) guest-star. (Not yet renewed.)