Hollywood has had reboot fever for years, but Hulu’s Reboot flips TV’s fixation with existing IP on its head. The new comedy, created by Modern Family’s Steve Levitan, reunites the cast of an early 2000s family sitcom for a modern-day revival.
Also Today: Gabby and Rachel’s Bachelorette adventure concludes in a three-hour finale, Patton Oswalt releases a new Netflix special, the FBI franchise returns to CBS, and more. This Tuesday, here’s what’s new and notable on television:
Reboot: Hulu’s new comedy stars Keegan-Michael Key, Judy Greer, Johnny Knoxville, Paul Reiser, and Rachel Bloom as the dysfunctional cast of an early 2000s family sitcom who is dragged back together for a reboot series. Today marks the release of three episodes of the Steve Levitan-created series. Check out our review. Hulu is now streaming
The Bachelorette: Season 19 conclusion. Rachel and Gabby both have one man left and are ready to get married, but Aven and Erich’s hesitation jeopardizes their happy ending. The two-hour finale will be followed by an hour-long After the Final Rose special. View the trailer. ABC airs at 8:00 p.m. ET.
Patton Oswalt’s We All Scream comedy spectacular. In his fourth Netflix comedy special, Patton Oswalt tackles aging, his COVID confinement dreams, Baby Boomer rage tantrums, and more. View the trailer. Netflix Streaming
FBI Season 5 debut: When their sting operation to secure a huge bomb from an illicit broker leads them to learn that the device is already in the wrong hands, the team pivots. The FBI: International Season 2 launch will be followed by the FBI: Most Wanted Season 4 premiere. CBS airs at 8:00 p.m. ET.
The Resident Season 6 premiere: When Padma’s (Aneesha Joshi) pregnancy becomes hazardous, the physicians band together to find a solution and turn to Ian (Andrew McCarthy) for a miracle. View the trailer on FOX at 8 p.m.
Joan Collins: This is a documentary on Joan Collins. Dame Joan Collins takes viewers on a trip through her life and works spanning 70 years. The film first aired in the United Kingdom in January 2022. View the trailer. TCM airs at 8:00 p.m. ET.
The Voice: New episode (time slot premiere). Coaches Camila Cabello, Blake Shelton, John Legend, and Gwen Stefani compete in blind auditions to find the next great performer. NBC airs at 8:00 p.m. ET.
Monarch: (time slot premiere). Even as the Romans gather together in the aftermath of tragedy, Nicky (Anna Friel) and Gigi (Beth Ditto) become increasingly competitive when the press labels Gigi “The New Queen.” FOX broadcasts at 9:00 p.m. ET.
New Amsterdam: Season 5 premiere. Bloom (Janet Montgomery), Iggy (Tyler Labine), and Reynolds (Jocko Sims) band together to support Max (Ryan Eggold) as he deals with the consequences of Helen’s (Freema Agyeman) decision. View the trailer. NBC at 10:00 p.m. ET
Come Up: New episodes. Ben sends his Texas friends to meet Fernando for the first time during Claude’s 24th birthday party as Taofeek receives life-changing news. Tonight, two half-hour programs will air. Freeform airs at 10:00 p.m. ET.
The Patient: New episode. Sam (Domhnall Gleeson) reaches out to a woman from his past; Dr. Strauss (Steve Carell) and Elias face challenges (Alex Rich). FX is now available on Hulu.