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Trinkets' Final Season, Haves and Have Nots Returns and More

Trinkets Final Season 2 on Netflix

On TV this Tuesday: The First Lady speaks at the Republican National Convention, The Haves and the Have Nots resumes its seventh season and Trinkets returns for its farewell run. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Netflix
    Emily's Wonder Lab

    In this children’s education program, host Emily Calandrelli makes STEAM fun with activities, demonstrations and at-home experiments.

  • Netflix

    Final season premiere (all 10 episodes): As Moe and Tabitha dodge questions about her whereabouts, Elodie experiences life on the road with Sabine. (Watch trailer.)

  • NBC
    America's Got Talent

    After 11 performers compete for America’s vote, five will advance during Wednesday’s results show. (All the semifinalists so far.)

  • The CW
    Dead Pixels

    Meg and Nicky stage a protest when Vince Vaughn is cast as their favorite Kingdom Scrolls character; Russell learns why meeting a fellow gamer IRL isn’t a good idea.

  • OWN
    The Haves and the Have Nots

    Season 7B premiere (two episodes): Hanna stands her ground; Vinny is determined to get Mama Rose out of jail (no matter what). (Watch teaser.)

  • MTV
    Siesta Key

    Season 3 finale, followed by reunion special: Kelsey starts a nasty rumor after Juliette and Sam make their relationship official.

  • Various
    Republican National Convention

    Night 2 of 4 | Speakers include First Lady Melania Trump, Eric and Tiffany Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Sen. Rand Paul and Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann. (Miss any of Night 1? Watch it here.)

  • CBS
    Love Island

    The Islanders’ quarantined Vegas stay continues on Night 2. (Which CBS drama is already back in production?)

  • The CW
    Tell Me a Story

    Gabe and Hannah confront an unwelcome figure from their past; Jordan is determined to find the third pig; Nick aims to put a stop to Ethan’s meddling. 

  • ABC
    What Would You Do?

    Inspired by the debate over the US-Mexico border wall, one scenario finds two Latino men questioned by a restaurant patron who says there is no way of knowing who is in the country legally.