On TV this Tuesday: The annual Arrowverse crossover concludes with Supergirl, TV’s erstwhile Peg Bundy pays a visit to The Conners and black-ish celebrates Christmas at the movies. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Katey Sagal Visits The Conners, Arrowverse Crossover Wraps, Christmas Game Night and More
Fall finale: Holiday plans are put on hold amid the investigation into a Navy veteran’s murder and the discovery of a newborn baby (awww!) with no identification.
‘Elseworlds’ crossover (Part 3 of 3): Supergirl, The Flash, Green Arrow and Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) engage in “the battle of their lives.”
Fall finale: Becky helps Harris keep a secret from Darlene; Jackie helps Peter with his Nordic history project; Dan reunites with an old friend (Katey Sagal).
The Kids Are Alright
Fall finale: Mike refuses to accept an extravagant Christmas gift from Peggy’s successful brother (Friends From College‘s Nat Faxon).
Fall finale: Jennifer takes refuge in a barn with Khalil, who has grown worse from Cutter’s poisonous blade, while Jefferson, Lynn and Anissa try to find them.
Fall finale: OA assumes the identity of an illegal arms broker-turned-informant to get to the bottom of his murder and put a stop to the sale of dangerous weapons.
Darci Lynne: My Hometown Christmas
60 minutes: The AGT Season 12 champ is joined by Kristin Chenoweth, Toby Keith, Hunter Hayes, Lindsey Stirling and (of course) Pentatonix.
Fall finale: The Johnsons disagree about what movie to see on Christmas; Junior grows embarrassed about taking a gap year when he runs into his ex.
Splitting Up Together
Fall finale: Lena and Vlad’s working relationship is complicated following their kiss; Martin spends time at Paige’s house and gets a glimpse of a more typical divorced life.
Hollywood Game Night
This special holiday edition includes Tony Hale (Veep), Jameela Jamil (The Good Place), Lauren Ash (Superstore), Yvette Nicole Brown (will they go with The Mayor?), Ana Gasteyer (The Goldbergs) and Ron Funches (Undateable).
NCIS: New Orleans
Fall finale: Pride is grabbed by two masked men and forced to complete a series of tasks in order to save Wade and Cassius, who are currently being held hostage.
Fall finale: After responding to a robbery at a local convenience store, Nolan pursues one of the suspects by foot and is forced to make a split-second decision.