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What to Watch on Tuesday: On ‘This is Us,’ is Toby dead or what?

Chris Sullivan, left, as Toby, and Chrissy Metz as Kate in “This is Us.”
Chris Sullivan, left, as Toby, and Chrissy Metz as Kate in “This is Us.” Ron Batzdorff/NBC

This is Us (10 p.m., NBC) – Tonight, we find out if Toby died on the operating table. We’ll also travel back to see Jack and Rebecca get the news they’re having triplets.

Also on tonight . . .

Duke vs. Florida State (8 p.m., Fox) – Tonight’s game has been moved to Fox. Regular Fox programming will air at 11 p.m.

President’s Speech (9 p.m.) – This will air live on most networks.

American Housewife (8:30 p.m., ABC) – The Ottos struggle with being stuck at home without power during a snowstorm.

Being Mary Jane (9 p.m., BET) – In the Season 4 opener, Mary Jane learns that working closely with your heroes isn’t always a good idea.

Good Behavior (9 p.m., TNT) – In the season finale, Letty makes a devastating choice and is forced to clean up her own mess so that she can save Javier.

Taboo (10 p.m., FX) – In the debut of this new series, James Delaney returns to London after 10 years in Africa to claim a mysterious legacy left to him by his father.

Killing Fields (10 p.m., Discovery) – Last week’s return of this compelling true crime series sneaked past me. Tonight, Rodie deals with both the unsolved killing of Eugenie Boisfontaine and a second cold case.

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