On TV this Tuesday: O.J.’s Crime Story reaches an inevitable conclusion, Brooklyn Nine-Nine goes deep undercover and the Shadowhunters attempt to undo a tranquil spell. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Today
People v. O.J. Verdict, Shadowhunters Finale and More
Ahead of the onetime juggernaut’s two-part finale, Ryan Seacrest calls on judges and contestants of past and present to reflect on 15 seasons of Idol.
Fresh Off the Boat
Melrose Place vet Courtney Thorne-Smith stops by just in time as Jessica becomes desperate for drama after the soap’s latest season ends.
America's Greatest Makers
Series premiere: From Mark Burnett (Shark Tank) comes a new reality competition in which 12 teams create new technologies for a chance to win $1 million.
Halstead and Goodwin deal with a widower seeking to harvest his recently deceased wife’s eggs; Choi assists Charles with a patient trying to remove his own arm.
Liv and Babineaux investigate the death of a highly competitive student; Blaine calls on Ravi for help as things get worse for Major.
A struggle for ammo grows vicious as Houghton seeks revenge.
Special time: Amy goes undercover at a women’s prison; Holt and the team plan Pimento’s fake funeral; Aida Turturro (The Sopranos) guest-stars.
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story
Season finale (93 minutes): The jury reaches
the wronga verdict following closing statements. (Emmys mystery solved — Who are O.J.‘s lead actors?)