Tuesday TV: John Daly Saga, ‘Atlanta’ End

JohnDalyGolfer John Daly came out of nowhere to win the 1991 PGA Championship with a terrible mullet. But he tumbled from his riches soon after amid gambling, booze and women. He battled back to win the 1995 British Open but the new documentary “Hit it Hard” on “30 for 30” (ESPN, 8 p.m.) finds him in an RV parked outside a Hooter’s selling his own merchandise, but also telling his story.

The bigger sports story today of course is Game 6 of Cubs at Cleveland (Fox, 8 p.m.). Cleveland still leads 3-2 and could win it all tonight.

Ern can’t find his jacket on the finale of the excellent first season of “Atlanta” (FX, 10 p.m.).

Three people go undercover into hate groups tin an effort to bring them down in the documentary “White Supremacy: Going Under” (History, 8 p.m.). It’s followed by “Hunting Hitler” (History, 10 p.m.).

Dan Rather finally pipes up about the election season in “America Divided: The Rise of Trump Nation” (AXS, 9 p.m.).

A frigid two-week battle in the Korean War, in which 120,000 Chinese troops attacked the outnumbered UN forces, is recalled in “The Battle of Chosin” on “American Experience” (PBS, 9 p.m., check local listings), including the recollections of 20 surviving soldiers.

A new “60 Minutes Sports” (Showtime, 8 p.m.) looks at resignation of Patty Crawford as Baylor Title IX coordinator.

The season finale of “The Contenders: 16 for ’16” (PBS, 8 p.m., check local listings) looks at the campaigns of George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

The Wright Brothers and other famous siblings’ stories are retold on “Drunk History” (Comedy Central, 10:30 p.m.).

On the new “Last Squad Standing” (Oxygen, 9 p.m.) three groups friends live together and compete for money.

“Your Brain on Video Games” (Science, 9 p.m.) tries to determine whether violent video games cause aggressive behavior.

 

Kate interviews for a new job on “This is Us” (NBC, 9 p.m.).

On “Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After?” (Freeform, 8 p.m.) the couple finds that buying a house won’t be as easy as, say, getting a network-financed ring on “The Bachelor.”

On “Ink Master” (Spike, 10 p.m.) artists have to fix tramp stamps.

A bat load of psychics are on board “Below Deck” (Bravo, 9 p.m.) but are undermined when an unexpected storm strikes.

Immigration investigates whether Jesica is a citizen on “Fresh Off the Boat” (ABC, 9 p.m.); a witness on “NCIS” (CBS, 8 p.m.) is also wanted by immigration.

Caitlin visits her mom on “The Flash” (The CW, 8 p.m.).

Sue wants to break u with Jeremy on “The Middle” (ABC, 8 p.m.).

Bug kabobs are on the menu on “Chopped Junior” (Food, 8 p.m.), where David Arquette, Scott Conant and Jake Smollett are judges.

“The Voice” (NBC, 8 p.m.) looks back at the season so far.

“American Housewife” (ABC, 8:30 p.m.) has generally reverted to fat jokes.

“Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations” (Travel, 9 p.m.) goes to Pittsburgh and, at 9:30, Taipei.

Mike’s daughter Lily mysteriously arrives at “Channel Zero: Candle Cove” (Syfy, 9 p.m.).

Experts check in on how the couples are doing who decided to be “Married at First Sight” (A&E, 9 p.m.).

Xander still hasn’t revealed his true feelings to Evie on “No Tomorrow” (The CW, 9 p.m.).

Burlesque dancers exchange advice on “The Letter” (Freeform, 9 p.m.).

A Navy Seal candidate doesn’t make it to graduation on “NCIS: New Orleans” (CBS, 10 p.m.).

The family splits up on “Aftermath” (Syfy, 10 p.m.).

Casey is affected by a toxic spill on “Chicago Fire” (NBC, 10 p.m.).

The family joins a Halloween decorating contest on the fourth season finale of “Chrisley Knows Best” (USA, 10:30 p.m.).

On “The Real O’Neals” (ABC, 9:30 p.m.), Pat decides to move out of the house.

Turner Classic Movies presents movies about presidents before they became presidents with “PT 109” (8 p.m.), “Sunrise at Campbell” (10:30 p.m.), “Abe Lincoln in Illinois” (1 a.m.), “Tennessee Johnson” and “The Wind and the Lion” (4:45 a.m.).

NBA action includes Houston at Cleveland (NBA, 6 p.m.) and Golden State at Portland (NBA, 10 p.m.).

Hockey has Tampa Bay at Islanders (NBC Sports, 7:30 p.m.) and San Jose at Arizona (NBC Sports, 10 p.m.).

College football has Western Michigan at Ball State (ESPN2, 8 p.m.) and Bowling Green at Northern Illinois (ESPNU, 8 p.m.).

Daytime Talk

Kelly Ripa: Benedict Cumberbatch, Gabrielle Union, Scott Wolf. The View: Tom Bergeron. The Talk: Kenny Chesney, Cameron Mathison. Harry Connick: Wanda Sykes, Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Ellen DeGeneres: Jake Gyllenhaal, Ronda Rousey. Wendy Williams: Tommy Hilfiger, Brian Balthazar. The Real: Lisa Vidal, Eve.

Late Talk

Stephen Colbert: Mel Gibson, Luke Bracey, Tegan & Sara. Jimmy Kimmel: Jake Gyllenhaal, Hailee Steinfeld, Keith Urban. Jimmy Fallon: Whoopi Goldberg, Zoe Lister-Jones, Lecrae. Seth Meyers: Common, Pamela Adlon, John Prine, Iris Dement, Hannah Welton. James Corden: Mark Consuelos, Zooey Deschanel, Kenny Chesney. Carson Daly: John C. McGinley, Wild Nothing, Andy Puddicombe. Trevor Noah: Susan Rice. Conan O’Brien: Louis C.K.

 

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