What to watch

TUESDAY January 30, 2024


All times Central. Start times can vary based on cable/satellite provider. Confirm times on your on-screen guide.

NASCAR: Full Speed

Netflix New Series 

Netflix’s latest sports series tracks the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series playoffs and championsh­ip race, following drivers as they battle around the racetrack. The five-episode series features exclusive and extensive access to a range of drivers and teams, including Ryan Blaney, William Byron, Ross Chastain, Bubba Wallace, Tyler Reddick and more.

NBA Basketball TNT, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Live

The Indiana Pacers are at the Boston Celtics and the Philadelph­ia 76ers are at the Golden State Warriors for a Tuesday night NBA doublehead­er on TNT.

Vanderpump Rules Bravo, 7 p.m.  Season Premiere

Season 11 of the reality show following restaurate­ur Lisa Vanderpump and her staff members returns with the fallout of Scandoval — an affair between Tom Sandoval and Raquel Leviss, which was revealed at the end of Season 10 — sure to be at the center of the highly anticipate­d premiere. Ariana Madix, Sandoval’s ex, is set to return along with Lala Kent, James Kennedy, Scheana Shay and Katie Maloney.

Name That Tune FOX, 7 p.m.

Tonight’s new episode of the musical guessing game has singer and TV personalit­y Erika Jayne vs. chef and Food Network personalit­y Sunny Anderson, and actor and producer Robbie Amell vs. his wife, actor Italia Ricci.

Night Court NBC, 7 p.m.

In “Wrath of Comic-Con,” Dan (John Larroquett­e) embraces Comic-Con and finds a potential love connection with a woman who has sworn to destroy him.

Finding Your Roots PBS, 7 p.m.

In “Hold the Laughter,” Dr. Henry Louis Gates works with comedians Bob Odenkirk and Iliza Shlesinger, two very funny people whose family trees brim with dramatic stories.

Extended Family NBC, 7:30 p.m.

In “The Consequenc­es of Status,” Julia (Abigail Spencer) and Jim (Jon Cryer) worry about the message it sends when Trey’s (Donald Faison) status gets him out of a speeding ticket.

The Floor FOX, 8 p.m.

The quiz show hosted by Rob Lowe continues with 50 players remaining and two contestant­s tied for the most turf in the new episode “I Did Not See That Coming.”

La Brea NBC, 8 p.m.

In “Fire Storm,” when a massive fire breaks out and forces everyone to flee, Sam (Jon Seda) and Lucas (Josh McKenzie) lead the fight for survival.

Frontline PBS, 8 p.m.

This investigat­ion, “Democracy on Trial,” looks at the roots of the criminal cases and historic charges against former President Donald Trump stemming from his 2020 election loss, examining the House Jan. 6 committee’s evidence and the threat to democracy.

Good Trouble Freeform, 9 p.m.

In “It’s My Party, I Can Die If I Want To,” Kelly (Anastasia Leddick) hosts a murder-mystery bash at The Coterie; stories blur with truth as tensions come to light.

Quantum Leap NBC, 9 p.m.  New Episodes

Season 2 of this reboot of the classic timetravel series returns with new episodes leading into a two-hour season finale on Feb. 20. Tonight, in “Off the Cuff,” when Ben (Raymond Lee) leaps into a bounty hunter escorting the world’s most slippery criminal, a deadly pursuit forces them to go into hiding. But Ben quickly realizes this leap is more than meets the eye. Meanwhile, Addison (Caitlin Bassett) faces a difficult decision.


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