On TV this Tuesday: The Deadliest Catch crew braves a wicked snow-moon storm, the last Talent acts vie for a spot in the semifinals, and Canadian medical drama Transplant scrubs in for its Stateside debut. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Transplant on NBC, Netflix's Sister, Sister Act and More
Binge on six seasons’ worth of sibling synchronicity with all 119 episodes of the popular 1990s comedy starring Tia and Tamera Mowry, as well as sitcom vets Jackee Harry (227) and Tim Reid (WKRP in Cincinnati).
America's Got Talent
Ahead of the semifinals, 11 performers compete for the last five spots.
As the Cornelia Marie braves a super snow-moon storm, the deck becomes a gauntlet for Josh and Casey’s greenest greenhorn.
When Meg and Nicky take their relationship to the next level in the game, it complicates things in the real world. (When does Supernatural return?)
The Haves and the Have Nots
“Ulterior motives lead to destruction,” according to the opaque description. (Read premiere recap.)
Series premiere: Anchored by Joe Donlon and Marni Hughes, this three-hour national newscast promises reporting that is “fact-based, impactful, educational and unbiased.”
Midseason premiere (two episodes): Jo Frost works closely with parents who continue to let their sons sleep in their bed, then assists a mother of four after her husband becomes a cop.
When Opie’s first crush ignores him, Barney offers advice — with unexpected results! (CBS doesn’t provide Love Island teasers, so we’re running a random MeTV synopsis for each night.)
Tell Me a Story
Kayla gains a new perspective on her relationship with Nick, as well as her future; Eddie reaches a breaking point; Gabe and Hannah are blindsided.
Stateside premiere: A Syrian doctor (Quantico‘s Hamza Haq) must redo his training from the ground up after he and his younger sister flee their war-torn homeland to forge a new life in Canada. (Watch promo.)