What to watch on Tuesday, May 10…
The Mindy Project
After an Indian man claims that Mindy is Indian on the outside and white on the inside, she begins hanging out with more Indian people to see if he’s right. Elsewhere in “Bernardo & Anita,” Jody and Morgan fight over a woman.
SEASON 5 FINALE, 8pm & 9pm, Fox
Nick and Winston help Schmidt rewrite his vows in “Wedding Eve,” while Jess ropes the gang into a game of True American to forestall a potentially awkward conversation with Sam. And hey, Coach and Regan are back! Then at 9pm, “Landing Gear” caps the season with Cece and Schmidt tying the knot—assuming that Schmidt’s last-minute effort to persuade Cece’s mom to attend doesn’t cause him to miss the big day himself.
Fresh Off the Boat
Louis gives Emery some cool-kid pointers in “Gotta Be Me,” while Jessica shows her fun-mom side when she chaperones Eddie’s field trip to Colonial Floridatowne.
8pm, The CW
The now Flash-less Team Flash fends off old foe Girder in “The Runaway Dinosaur” (directed by
Kevin Smith and written by Zack Stentz). Elsewhere, the now Team-Flash-less Flash fights to escape whatever parallel universe/dimension/insert-comic-booky-premise-here he’s stuck in for the moment.
With one of NCIS’s own clinging to life in the ICU, the rest of the team joins forces with the FBI and MI6 to hunt down the escaped British spy who’s responsible in “Dead Letter.”
The Armor of Light profiles evangelist minister and anti-abortion activist Rob Schenck, who angers many of his conservative allies when he takes a stand against gun-rights absolutism. He’s joined by Lucy McBath, a woman whose son was fatally shot in an incident involving Florida’s “stand your ground” law.
SEASON 1 FINALE, 8:30pm, Fox
Jimmy and Sara consider giving their relationship another go in “The Cure,” but Sara is reluctant to risk getting hurt again. Meanwhile, Gerald concocts an elaborate proposal for Vanessa.
The Real O’Neals
Pushed by Eileen to join the workforce, Kenny becomes a tutor in “The Real Other Woman.” But when he develops a bond with his tutee’s mom, Eileen grows jealous. In other parent-child tension, Pat’s desire to be a fun dad inspires a few poor decisions.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Daisy’s deadly prophecy nears its fruition (and hey, with the season finale right around the corner—funny how that works out) in “Emancipation.” In more present-day pressures, the events of Captain America: Civil War have ramifications for S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Inhumans.
April and Dr. Halstead disagree over the best course of action for an alcoholic, homeless man suffering from a broken leg. Elsewhere in “Withdrawal,” Dr. Manning continues to mourn the loss of her husband, Dr. Charles and Sarah treat a pair of elderly women with identical symptoms, and Halstead contemplates a job offer in the Golden State.
SEASON 1 FINALE, 9:30pm, Fox
Dean Sr.’s malpractice trial comes to its shocking conclusion in “Full Circle,” complete with shocking twists and the shocking return of a special guest star. Can Dean’s grinding and Stewart’s grudging tolerance of said grinding uncover the shocking truth? The answer may shock you.
BattleBots: The Gears Awaken
A preview of the second season of the strongest proof yet that ABC has given up on programming the Tuesday 10pm slot. Twelve robots will butt CPUs, with four of them earning the final spots in the season’s field of 48 competitors.
In “Where the Collapse Started,” the team races to rescue more than a dozen people from a collapsed building. In less life-or-death matters, Dawson gets some help in her quest to foster Louie, Otis meets his temporary medical-leave replacement, sparks (the good kind) fly between Severide and Kidd, and sparks (the bad kind) fly between Casey and Antonio.
Person of Interest
Reese’s latest POI has ties to his former CIA cronies in “Truth Be Told,” putting his cover at risk. Unless this was just the Machine’s way of trying to nudge him into patching things up with some old buddies? The Machine’s always up to tricks like that, the big softie.
Jenna and Luke kick things up a notch in “Living in Sin.” Also escalating, though less happily, is Tamara’s debt.
The Night Manager
Roper brings Pine into his inner circle and kicks Corky to the curb. Meanwhile, Burr suspects a leak and fears for her source’s safety.
To determine the perpetrator behind a plane crash in “Red Eye,” Kirsten must stitch into multiple victims. Would that be called a cross-stitch? I’m not up on the industry parlance. On the personal front, Cameron fears how Kirsten will react to his relationship with Nina, Camille lends a hand to Linus, and Liam continues to stir things up.
SERIES PREMIERE, 10:30pm, USA
First Impressions With Dana Carvey
America’s best amateur impressionists compete in a series of improv games, with Dana Carvey on hand as the “expert-in-residence.” The first celebrity guest is The Dana Carvey Show veteran
Steve Carell, who I hear has gone on to something of a movie career. Freddie Prinze Jr. hosts.
Amy and Sabrina’s growing bond spurs Karma to seek proof that her old pal’s new gal is fully mal. Elsewhere in “Exposed,” Liam tries to fix up Lauren while Shane seeks advice to fix a problem.
– Mindy Kaling, seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones, and Charles Bradley on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Joe Morton on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah , 11pm, Comedy Central
– Lecrae on The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– David Spade, Laura Bush & Jenna Bush Hager, and Tegan and Sara on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon , 11:35pm, NBC
– Chloë Moretz, Katie Couric, and physicist Brian Greene on Late Show with Stephen Colbert , 11:35pm, CBS
– Russell Crow, Mike Birbiglia, and Dead & Company on Jimmy Kimmel Live , 11:35pm, ABC
– Kaley Cuoco, Michael Ian Black, Helen Oyeyemi, and Eric Kretz on Late Night with Seth Meyers , 12:35am, NBC
– Jane Lynch, Rob Reiner, Thomas Lennon, and Benjamin Clementine on The Late Late Show with James Corden , 12:37am, CBS
WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?