On TV this Tuesday: The Bachelor and How I Met Your Father reach the end of their seasons, Young Rock and Mr. Mayor return for their sophomore runs and Evan Rachel Wood becomes a force for good. Here are nine programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)
What to Watch Today
Bachelor and HIMYF Finales, Young Rock and Mr. Mayor Return, Phoenix Rising and More
Joe is determined to investigate a murder; Marta helps Lettie and Margaret with a coverup; Antonio makes a shocking discovery.
Season 26 finale (Night 2 of 2): Clayton returns to face the three women he fell in love with during a live, two-hour event. (Read Night 1 recap.)
Season 2 premiere: In 2032, Dwayne reflects on fatherhood; in 1984, Dewey vies for Rocky’s attention; in 1987, teenage Dewey arrives in Nashville; in 1996, adult Dwayne struggles in the Canadian Football League. (2032 nemesis cast!)
Season 2 premiere: Neil takes Orly (and Arpi) to the DMV for her permit test; Tommy and Mikaela fight to keep Jayden off the chopping block.
Victoria gets the last laugh; the Vice President must form new alliances to stay alive.
In this two-night docuseries event, domestic violence survivor Evan Rachel Wood co-authors and lobbies for the passage of The Phoenix Act, legislation that extends the statute of limitations for domestic violence cases in California.
This Is Us
The latest Big Three trilogy commences with a Kevin-centric hour in which Kev takes the twins to the cabin in hopes of proving himself as a father.
The Thing About Pam
Pam becomes a source of support not only for Betsy’s family, but for law enforcement and the D.A. as they build their case.
📺 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 📺
On March 15, 1977, the family drama Eight Is Enough premiered on ABC — but Abby wasn’t the original (step)mom. Read how the series dealt with a cast member’s passing.