"Greenleaf" - Oprah Winfrey executive produces and co-stars in this spicy drama series set against the backdrop of a sprawling megachurch. It follows the journey of a former preacher named Grace "Gigi" Greenleaf (Merle Dandridge) who returns home to Memphis after the mysterious death of her sister. When Grace re-connects with her Aunt Mavis (Winfrey), she learns some scandalous things about her wealthy family and the circumstances surrounding her sister's death. 10 p.m. Tuesday, OWN.
Brace yourself for one big batch of parental and professional neuroses. "The Jim Gaffigan Show" kicks off its second season with back-to-back episodes. 10 p.m., TV Land.
Taye Diggs and Kathleen Robertson return for Season 3 of the crime drama "Murder in the First." This time they're investigating the killing of a star quarterback at a crowded club. 10 p.m., TNT.
Season 4 of "The Fosters" begins on an ominous note as Nick (Louis Hunter) takes a gun to school after seeing Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) kiss her ex-boyfriend. It forces the campus to go into a "Code Blue" lockdown. 8 p.m., Freeform.
"Person of Interest" ends its five-season run with a series finale that has Finch (Michael Emerson), Reese (Jim Caviezel), Fusco (Kevin Chapman) and Shaw (Sarah Shahi) trying to stop Samaritan from destroying the Machine and cementing its hold over mankind. 10 p.m., CBS.
Can you believe the human demolition derby known as "Big Brother" is starting its 18th season? Yeah, we're pretty horrified, too. 8 p.m., CBS.
"American Gothic" is a creepy murder mystery pegged to a prominent Boston family reeling in the wake of the chilling discovery that someone among them is linked to an infamous string of murders. So now what? Virginia Madsen heads the cast. 10 p.m., CBS.
Do robots bleed? We're about to find out as "BattleBots" returns for another season of brutal mayhem and heavy metal thunder. 8 p.m., ABC.
"Queen of the South" is a gritty new adaptation of Arturo Perez-Reverte's best-selling novel "La Reina del Sur." It's about a lowly Mexican money changer (Alice Braga) who becomes a cutthroat drug cartel boss by teaming up with an unlikely figure from her past. 10 p.m., USA.
Based on the 1987 film starring Elisabeth Shue, "Adventures in Babysitting" is a new TV remake featuring Sabrina Carpenter and Sofia Carson as a pair of competing baby sitters. 8 p.m., Disney Channel.
"Melrose Place" alums Jack Wagner and Josie Bissett star in the TV film "The Wedding March." They play college sweethearts who are reunited when he is booked to sing at her wedding. You can guess what happens next. 9 p.m., Hallmark.
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