Tuesday TV: ‘Chucky’ Gets His Own Series

The story of Chuck Yeager is told on the special “Breaking the Sound Barrier” (Smithsonian, 8 p.m.).

“FBI” (CBS, 8 p.m.) hunts for serial killer targeting homeless men; “FBI: International” (CBS, 9 p.m.) investigates an American citizen in Madrid suspected of murdering his Spanish boyfriend; and “FBI: Most Wanted” (CBS, 10 p.m.) looks into the kidnapping of a Chinese-American woman. 

On the hospital shows, Conrad tries to find a way to channel his emotions on “The Resident” (Fox, 8 p.m.) and Sharpe is bent on follow-up cancer screenings for her patients on “New Amsterdam” (NBC, 10 p.m.).

Angela dodges the tabloids after her paternity secret is revealed on “Our Kind of People” (Fox, 9 p.m.).

On “La Brea” (NBC, 9 p.m.), they’re running out of food down in the hole. 

Battle rounds continue on “The Voice” (NBC, 8 p.m.). 

“Supergirl” (CW, 9 p.m.) tries to keep National City safe while fighting Nyxly.

To mark its original premiere on Britain’s ITV 40 years ago, a remastered version of the original 11 episodes of “Brideshead Revisited” (BritBox, streaming) is released. Jeremy Irons, Anthony Andrews, Diana Quick, Claire Bloo, Laurence Olivier and John Gielgud all stared in the popular adaptation of the Evelyn Waugh novel. 

A dingo did kill her baby, according to the true-crime documentary “Trial in the Outback” (Sundance Now, streaming), about the 1980 Lindy Chamberlain case. 

Another two hours of Disney Week on “Dancing with the Stars” (ABC, 8 p.m.) sounds like nothing more than corporate synergy overkill. Accordingly, it’s villains night. 

“Stargirl” (CW, 8 p.m.) may go to summer school. 

Charlie is caught between love and ambition on “Queen Sugar” (OWN, 8 p.m.).

On “My Big Fat Fabulous Life” (TLC, 9 p.m.), Whitney gets the results from her egg retrieval procedure. 

Rogert Irvine competes against three of the best food trucks in Asheville, N.C. on “Dinner: Impossible” (Food, 10 p.m.). 

Damon Fayans Jr, Michael Ealy and Fortune play “Celebrity Game Face” (E!, 10 p.m.).

Turner Classic Movies’ Tuesday night survey of various New Wave film movements from Europe lands on a good one, from France, with “Le Coup du Berger” (8 p.m.), “The Lovers” (8:45 p.m.), “Hiroshima Mon Amour” (10:30 p.m.), “Breathless” (12:15 a.m.), “Le Beau Serge” (2 a.m.) and “Shoot the Piano Player” (3:45 a.m.).

During the day are films with fearless women, among them “Gypsy” (6 a.m.), “Auntie Mame” (8:45 a.m.), “Gigi” (11:15 a.m.), “Adam’s Rib” (1:15 p.m.), “National Velvet” (3:15 p.m.) and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” (5:30 p.m.).

Postseason baseball includes Houston at Chicago (Fox Sports 1, 2 p.m.), Milwaukee at Atlanta (TBS, 5 p.m.) and San Francisco at Dodgers (TBS, 9 p.m.) — all in Game 4.

Preseason basketball has Toronto at Washington (NBA, 7 p.m.) and Golden State at Lakers (TNT, 10:30 p.m.). 

College football has Appalachian State at Louisiana-Lafayette (ESPN2, 7:30 p.m.).

Daytime Talk

Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest: Chelsea Handler, Lakendra Davis, Brett Young. The View: Ron Howard, Clint Howard, Sherri Shepherd, S.E. Cupp. The Talk: Jenna Elfman. Ellen DeGeneres: Howie Mandel. Drew Barrymore: Ike Barinholtz, Jonathan Toews, Seth Jones, Gillian Laub. Kelly Clarkson: Selma Blair, Kyle Richards, Daymond John, Old Dominion. Tamron Hall: Alaya High. Wendy Williams: Roy Wood Jr., Salone Monet (rerun). The Real: Tammy Townsend. 

Late Talk

Stephen Colbert: Anderson Cooper, John Mayer (rerun). Jimmy Kimmel: Larry David, David Chang, Phoebe Bridgers. Jimmy Fallon: Daniel Craig, Meghan Trainor, Chloe. Seth Meyers: Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Ricky Velez. James Corden: Terry Crews, Lorde (rerun). 

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