What to Watch on Tuesday: Brother vs. brother in season finale of ‘Tyrant’
08/26/2014 6:00 AM
08/26/2014 6:42 AM
Tyrant (10pm, FX) - On the verge of betraying and displacing Jamal, Barry receives troublesome news that threatens to destroy everything he’s worked so hard for. Meanwhile, Jamal’s rising suspicions lead him to question the loyalty of those closest to him. This is the season finale. No word yet if FX will give this a second go.
Also on tonight . . .
Alaska: The Last Frontier: Kilchers Revealed (8pm, Discovery) - Isn’t the world sick of reality shows about Alaska yet? Apparently not. This new series follows the Kilcher family in a remote community outside of Homer, Alaska. In the opener, a hunting trip is planned after a bear kills two cattle on the homestead.
Lost Civil War Prison (8pm, UNC-TV) - This week, “Time Team America” searches for the the exact location of Camp Lawton, a Civil War POW camp that was located near Millen, Ga., and housed 10,000 Union prisoners near the end of the Civil War.
Pretty Little Liars (8pm, ABC Family) - Alison looks for new allies after the girls turn on her, and the girls seek help from Mona since “A” won’t allow them to contact the police.
Face Off (9pm, Syfy) - The artists work in teams when they take characters from “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” and reimagine them as though they have fallen down the rabbit hole into “Alice’s Wonderland.”
Rizzoli & Isles (9pm, TNT) - A man dies suspiciously in a bathtub full of ice during a heat wave.
Food Paradise (10pm, Travel) - The season finale features a look at burritos, including a deep-fried catfish burrito drenched in hot sauce from Original Flying Burrito in Raleigh.
Drunk History (10:30pm, Comedy Central) - No, you’re not drunk. Comedy Central changed the time from 10 to 10:30. Tonight’s episode recounts sports heroes Jim Thorpe, Babe Didrikson and Jim Abbott.
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