1) “Family Pictures,” 8 and 9 p.m., PBS. This wraps up a two-night, three-hour series, taking a genial look at contrasting places. In Detroit, we range from a long-time hat store (shown here) to the daughter of a music-shop owner who recorded the sermons of C.L. Franklin and two spirituals by his teen daughter Aretha. Then Florida ranges from a cowboy to a former migrant kid who’s principal of a migrant school.
2) “NCIS” and more, 8 p.m., CBS. Tuesdays – always strong for CBS – return to normal. “Love Island” and “Blood & Treasure” have finished their seasons (and been renewed); now we get reruns of some ratings successes. On “NCIS,” the theft of a street artist’s mural points to a corrupt contractor. On “FBI” (9 p.m.), an investigative reporter was killed. And “NCIS: New Orleans” (10) has a story co-written by Rob Kerkovich. He plays Sebastian, who finds a key murder witness cozying up to him
3) “Cash Pad,” 10 p.m. ET, CNBC. The first episodes had JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers turning tiny spaces – a cottage, an Airstream trailer, even a shipping container – into vacation-home gems. Now they go in the opposite direction, fixing up a 2600-square-foot former munitions warehouse.
4) “Undercover Billionaire,” 10 p.m., Discovery. This starts with Glenn Stearns hitting botttom. A week into his goal (start a million-dollar business in 90 days), he’s living in his truck and sick. He’s also undercover, except for using his real name for medical information and insurance. Stearns scrambles; he ponders flipping houses, flipping cars, starting a coffeeshop or a brewpub. It’s a steep task and a fairly interesting one to follow.
5) “Black-ish,” 10:30 p.m., ABC. In a rerun, Dre fumes that the black-history lessons at his kids’ high school are merely surface.