What to watch on Tuesday, July 14…
The 2015 MLB All-Star Game
Cincinnati’s Great American Ball Park hosts the 86th Midsummer Classic.
8pm, ABC Family
Pretty Little Liars
The girls search for cold hard proof that Lesli is, in fact, their be-hoodie-ed malefactor in “No Stone Unturned.” Meanwhile, Spencer faces pressure from her family and Emily receives a surprising offer from her friend.
“Blackout” looks back on July 13, 1977, the night the lights went out in New York. Residents, business owners, journalists, first responders, Con Edison workers, and more recall their experiences of the chaotic day.
9pm, National Geographic
An examination of the efforts of NASA scientists and engineers to explore the baby brother of the Milky Way family, a project that has spanned nearly a decade.
“The Silence of the Cicadas” sends Jackson Oz and Abraham to Japan, where they hope to find answers in the research left behind by Papa Oz. In Mississippi, death row inmates escape prison thanks to some arsonist wolves. Meanwhile, Jamie and Mitch decide that the best place to turn for help averting a global catastrophe is the U.S. Senate, which is somehow the least plausible thing on a show that includes arsonist wolves.
9pm, ABC Family
A surprise visit from Kirsten’s boyfriend spurs Maggie to dig into his background in “The Root of All Evil.” On the stitching front, the team investigates the death of a high-living young woman.
Rizzoli & Isles
In “Misconduct Game,” the investigation of a crime tech’s murder reveals that the victim may have tampered with evidence. (Presumably pre-murder, although who knows, maybe Rizzoli & Isles is introducing corrupt zombie crime techs into its mythology. Shows have done weirder things.) Even worse, the development winds up getting Maura suspended.
Hollywood Game Night
Debra Messing, Katharine McPhee, Will Arnett, Meredith Vieira, Melissa Fumero, and J.B. Smoove are the guests in what is almost definitely a stealth Smash reboot.
A coma patient wakes up with no memory of who she is—but with plenty of memories that belong to deceased coma patients, so y’know, life is full of trade-offs. Elsewhere in “Memento Vivere,” Len and Sophie uncover an unexpected link to Will.
Hank and Boris prep a secret patient for surgery in “Lama Trauma,” finally bringing to fruition the Operation/Mystery Date mashup America has so long demanded. Meanwhile, an offer from Quami leaves Divya at a crossroads, and Evan works to dispel the hospital’s bad mojo.
“Wanna Play a Game?” finds the killer challenging Emma into a high-stakes contest, and to add insult to injury he’s already called dibs on being the Thimble. In other distributing developments, Emma learns that her mother has been hiding even more than she wasn’t letting on in the first place.
Joy helps organize Buzzy and Tommy’s last-minute nuptials in “Big Gay Wedding,” but will Buzzy’s cold feet render all her work for naught? In less celebratory affairs, a business decision splits Ben and Mo.
As Molly and Sammy head to Abbudin to settle an inheritance dispute, Jamal and Tariq are busy with a more martial squabble. Meanwhile in “A Viper in the Palace,” Barry fears the arrival of the Army of the Caliphate will mean curtains for his secret identity.
10:30pm, Comedy Central
“Pageant” finds Lillian and Beatrice gussying up for Newport’s toniest beauty contest (you know it’s a classy affair because it’s emceed by Jack Black). But will Hortense’s sabotage scheme upend the event? Downstairs, Peepers shares some servant-ing pointers with Chair.
12:30am, Comedy Central
The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail
John Mulaney,Brett Weinbach, and Brett Gelman perform, and Jonah and Kumail must apologize to a young audience member in “The One with the Little Girl Named Lucy.”
– Emma Stone, Lindsey Vonn, and JD McPherson on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– LeBron James, Tina Fey & Amy Poehlr, OMI, and Mark Rivera on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC
– Ben Kingsley, Mike Birbiglia, and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35am, NBC
– Jim Gaffigan and Best Coast on The Late Late Show with James Corden, 12:37am, CBS