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What to Watch on Tuesday: Who needs the Olympics? ABC gives us ‘Bachelor Winter Games.’

“Bachelor Winter Games” participants Zoe Tang, Clare Crawley, Luke Pell, Bibiana Julian, Ben Higgins, Jenny Helenius, Courtney Dober, Nastassia Yaramchuk, Ashley Iaconetti, Dean Unglert, Josiah Graham, Rebecca Carlson and Eric Bigger.
“Bachelor Winter Games” participants Zoe Tang, Clare Crawley, Luke Pell, Bibiana Julian, Ben Higgins, Jenny Helenius, Courtney Dober, Nastassia Yaramchuk, Ashley Iaconetti, Dean Unglert, Josiah Graham, Rebecca Carlson and Eric Bigger. ABC

The Bachelor Winter Games (8 p.m., ABC) – In this “Bachelor” spinoff, former participants from the franchise move into their very own Olympic Village at Haystack Mountain Resort in Vermont. This time the men and women will compete against each other in various games, and some actual former Olympic athletes – like Nancy Kerrigan, Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner will appear.

Winter Olympics (8 p.m., NBC) – In primetime we get figure skating, including the pairs’ short program. Plus, Mikaela Shiffrin beings her title defense in women’s slalom and Shaun White goes for his third gold for the snowboard halfpipe. For information on all the ways to watch and stream the Olympics, check out our viewing guide.

We’ll Meet Again (8 p.m., UNC-TV) – Ann Curry talks to a man who searches for the stranger who comforted him on Sept. 11, 2001.

The Bombing of Wall Street (9 p.m., UNC-TV) – American Experience looks at the 1920 bombing in Manhattan’s Financial District that left 38 dead and launched the career of J. Edgar Hoover. The case remains unsolved.

Frontline: The Gang Crackdown (10 p.m., UNC-TV) – A look at killings linked to the MS-13 gang and the crackdown that led to the unlawful detainment of some immigrant teens.

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