On TV this Tuesday: Blood & Treasure heads to the Bermuda Triangle, one of The 100 is forced to confront the past, and The Detour‘s Parkers compete on a Japanese game show. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Japanese Game Show Detour, Leno Judges Talent and More
America's Got Talent
Former Tonight Show host Jay Leno joins the panel for Week 2 of Judge Cuts. (Get NBC fall premiere dates.)
Malika asks the Coterie crew to create unique performance pieces expressing themselves as their birthday presents to her — because apparently a gift card just won’t do.
Who Killed Garrett Phillips?
Documentary premiere: From Emmy winner Liz Garbus comes this two-part film that chronicles the 2011 murder of 12-year-old Garrett Phillips, and the trial for second-degree murder brought against Clarkson University soccer coach Nick Hillary, a black man living in the mostly white Potsdam, N.Y. (Part 2 airs Wednesday at 8 pm.)
Atria Nine enlists Jax’s help to stand up against her former masters and help free her clone sisters and brothers from oppression. Sounds easy enough.
Sydney to the Max
Season 1 finale (two episodes): Sydney struggles with ballet, something her mom was great at; Sydney’s school holds a vote to implement a cell-phone ban. (Previously renewed.)
In an episode directed by Bob Morley, Bellamy and Octavia work together to save their friends, while Echo is forced to confront her past. (Get CW fall premiere dates.)
J deals with the consequences following his missteps with Mia; Smurf visits with someone from her past. (Get a First Look at Joseph Morgan’s character.)
Blood & Treasure
Danny and Lexi’s search leads them to the Bermuda Triangle, where a contact of Shaw’s offers to help track down a smuggler’s plane that vanished years prior. (Get CBS fall premiere dates.)
Pray Tell winds up in the hospital while preparing for his annual AIDS cabaret.
The Parkers wind up as contestants on a Japanese game show.