On TV this Tuesday: Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist cues up Season 2, Gordon Ramsay embarks on an American Road Trip, and Nicolas Cage explores the History of Swear Words. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Zoey's Playlist Returns, This Is Us' Unexpected Discovery, Underground on OWN and More
History of Swear Words
Series premiere (all six episodes): Nicolas Cage explores the power of cussing; talking heads include Nikki Glaser, Jim Jefferies, Nick Offerman and Sarah Silverman. (Watch trailer.)
Gordon Ramsay's American Road Trip
Ramsay and friends enjoy the sights, adventures and hidden culinary gems of Las Vegas, San Francisco, Texas, Arizona and more in this two-hour special.
The Haves and the Have Nots
Hanna takes a stand against Jim.
The Lion King
Network premiere: Jon Favreau’s live-action remake boasts an all-star ensemble, including Donald Glover as Simba and Beyoncé as Nala.
PBS American Portrait
The crowdfunded docuseries features self-shot stories that reveal the meaning of the American dream and what it means to pursue it today.
The Real Housewives of Dallas
Season 5 premiere: Kameron hosts a socially distanced garage sale; Brandi looks for ways to make amends after the release of a controversial video 👀
Network premiere: Weekly reruns of the acclaimed drama feature new cast introductions and behind-the-scenes footage. (Revisiting Underground, hosted by EP John Legend, follows at 10:30.)
New time slot alert! In Episode 3, Grace’s patient forces her to confront her own past trauma, while Naz treats a high-maintenance opera singer.
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