What to Watch Today

Sorry for Your Loss on FB, This Is Us Special, Tom Arnold's Hunt for the Trump Tapes and More

On TV this Tuesday: Elizabeth Olsen helps put Facebook Watch on the #PeakTV map, the Paley Center salutes This Is Us and the America’s Got Talent finale gets underway.  Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:

  • NBC
    America's Got Talent

    Season 13 finale (Night 1 of 2): The Top 10 acts compete one last time for the chance at $1 million. (Did your favorite act make it to the finals?)

  • Fox
    Beat Shazam

    Season 2 finale: The musical quiz show pits teams of deejays against each other. (Get renewal status.)

  • Fox
    Love Connection

    Season 2 finale: Hoping to find love are a marketing coordinator from NYC and a sales director from Laguna Beach, Calif. (Get renewal status.)

  • Facebook Watch
    Sorry for Your Loss

    Series premiere (first four episodes, then two-per-week): In this half-hour drama, Elizabeth Olsen (Marvel’s Avengers) stars as a young widow attempting to move forward with her life following the unexpected death of her husband; Janet McTeer (Jessica Jones), Kelly Marie Tran (The Last Jedi), Jovan Adepo (The Leftovers) and Mamoudou Athie (The Get Down) co-star. (Read review.)

  • FX
    Mayans MC

    71 minutes: Alliances are put to the test, while the Galindo family adopts unconventional methods. (Fall behind? Read Episode 2 recap.)

  • ABC

    Season 1 finale: The remaining survivors reflect on their time on the island and how things will changed if they’re rescued. (Not yet renewed.)

  • NBC
    The Paley Center Salutes This Is Us

    Ahead of next Tuesday’s Season 3 premiere, the Paley Center provides a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the show, as well as new interviews with the cast and creators. (Get scoop!)

  • Comedy Central

    Fall premiere: Daniel Tosh’s clip show returns for [checking to make sure I’ve got it right] the second half of its 10th (10th?!) season.

  • Viceland
    The Hunt for the Trump Tapes With Tom Arnold

    Series premiere (two episodes): Yes, that Tom Arnold! As the search gets underway, the host confronts Howard Stern about why he won’t release past interviews with POTUS.