On TV this Tuesday: The Resident‘s Devon receives a visit from Mom, Zoey explores her (potentially Extraordinary) rebellious side and HBO pulls back the curtain on influencer culture. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
The Resident's Surprise Visitor, Fake Famous Docu and More
Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready
Season 2 premiere (all seven episodes): Featured comedians include Dean Edwards, Kimberly Clark, Tony Woods, Barbara Carlyle, Godfrey and Erin Jackson.
Devon’s mother (Quantico‘s Anna Khaja) pays him an unexpected visit; Conrad and Nic try to determine the best time to tell everyone their big news.
To Tell the Truth
Panelists include Lil Rel Howery, Adam Rodriguez and Nikki Glaser.
Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist
Zoey decides to explore her rebellious side with her childhood neighbor (Locke & Key‘s Felix Mallard); Max’s dad comes to visit (get scoop).
Dre tries to educate Bow’s white cousin Gary (Transparent‘s Rob Huebel) about how to be an ally; Olivia psychoanalyzes everyone in Junior’s family.
Documentary premiere: Along with a team of social media experts, casting agents and stylists, Vanity Fair‘s Nick Bilton recruits three L.A. transplants to participate in an experiment designed to turn everyday people into “famous” influencers.
Malcolm looks into a murder at Claremont Psychiatric; Ainsley suspects Malcolm is hiding something from her. (Get First Look at Catherine Zeta-Jones!)
Alicia and Denise argue over who is the stronger Black woman; Paul and Harrison come up with a new way of showing affection. (Read premiere recap.)
Cassie and Jenny call on Grace to help them find Ronald and prove Legarski’s guilt; Merilee plays a life-changing role in the case. (Fall behind? Read Episode 6 recap.)
Ashley and Caro revisit past relationships; Keon deals with Molly’s efforts to sideline him; Wolf steps out of his comfort zone. (When does New Amsterdam return?)
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Feb. 2, 2009, RuPaul’s Drag Race premiered on Logo TV. The Season 1 winner was BeBe Zahara Benet. It has won the Emmy for Outstanding Reality Competition the past three years.