On TV this Tuesday: The Resident and New Amsterdam scrub back in, the FBIs report for duty and Keegan-Michael Key headlines Hulu’s very meta Reboot. Here are 10 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
The Resident, FBI and New Amsterdam Return, Monarch Episode 2, Reboot Debuts and More
Patton Oswalt: We All Scream
Oswalt, making his directorial debut with his fourth Netflix special, reveals the person he could have been had he followed the list he made during lockdown.
Series premiere (first three episodes): From creator Steve Levitan (Modern Family) comes a sitcom about the revival (not reboot!) of an early-aughts family sitcom; Keegan-Michael Key (Schmigadoon!), Judy Greer (Kidding), Johnny Knoxville (Jackass), Calum Worthy (American Vandal), Krista Marie Yu (Last Man Standing), Paul Reiser (Mad About You) and Rachel Bloom (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) star. (Read review.)
Season 19 finale (three full hours): Gabby and Rachel are each down to one man looking for lifelong love; the new Bachelor is revealed.
Season 5 premiere: The team must pivot when their sting operation to secure a massive bomb reveals that the device is already in the wrong hands. (OA Q&A!)
Season 6 premiere: Conrad makes a decision regarding his love life; Padma’s pregnancy takes a dangerous turn; Devon leads his own clinical trials. (Get scoop!)
Season 22 premiere (Night 2 of 2): Blind Auditions continue with coaches Blake Shelton, Camila Cabello, Gwen Stefani and John Legend.
Season 2 premiere: The Fly Team and new Europol liaison Megan “Smitty” Garretson (Eva-Jane Willis) investigate the murder of an American detective.
Regular night and time! In Episode 2, the Roman family bands together after a tragedy. (TVLine readers gave the series premiere an average grade of “B-.”)
FBI: Most Wanted
Season 4 premiere: When a family of four is found dead, the Fugitive Task Force investigates a possible link between the victims and the sale of illegal firearms.
🦈 ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY 🦈
In 1977, Happy Days‘ Fonzie jumped the shark; in 1984, The Cosby Show premiered; in 1999, SVU kicked off its decades-long run; and in 2016, This Is Us debuted.