What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Greenleaf’ and ‘The Shop’

What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Greenleaf’ and ‘The Shop’

Season 3 of the family drama “Greenleaf” begins on OWN. And Season 5 of “Younger” comes to an end.

What’s on TV

GREENLEAF 10 p.m. on OWN. When word of an affair got out last season, all signs pointed to a divorce for Bishop (Keith David) and Lady Mae (Lynn Whitfield). As their bond crumbles, the third season presents a new threat to their megachurch: a $2 million tax bill. Determined to rise above the troubles, Lady Mae reaches out to her old friend and motivational speaker Maxine (Patti LaBelle), who encourages her to become the sole head pastor. “There’s some contrived dialogue, and not all of the performances are at the same level,” Margaret Lyons wrote in The New York Times. “But the show is worth sticking with, particularly if you like twisty family stories that involve decades of resentment.” Part 2 of the season premiere is Wednesday at 10.

YOUNGER 10 p.m. on TV Land. Season 5 closes with Liza (Sutton Foster) reconsidering her role at Empirical after devising a plan that would let her and Charles (Peter Hermann) go public with their relationship.

THE SHOP 11 p.m. on HBO; also on HBO streaming platforms. This new unscripted series gathers figures from the sports and entertainment industries for heart-to-heart conversations in a barber shop. Snoop Dogg, Odell Beckham Jr. and Jon Stewart are among the stars appearing.

THE GOOD PLACE on iTunes, Amazon, Hulu, Netflix, Vudu and YouTube. “The Good Place” first presented itself as a sitcom with an intriguing yet simple premise: Eleanor (Kristen Bell), an irreverent saleswoman, dies and finds herself in a supposed heaven only to realize she has taken the place of a much more deserving Eleanor. In the first season she tries to blend in with the other do-gooders, makes a few friends (played by William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil and Manny Jacinto) and hides her identity from the head of the Good Place (Ted Danson). Then the entire story rebooted itself in Season 2, now streaming on Netflix. Catch up on the series before Season 3 begins on NBC next month.

RETURNING THE FAVOR on Facebook Watch. For an uplifting show about real-life do-gooders, watch “Returning the Favor.” The host, Mike Rowe, tours the country to find and celebrate ordinary people who give back to their communities. In this Season 2 finale, he’s joined by previously featured guests on a trip to West Virginia, where they meet Linda McKinney, founder of the Five Loaves & Two Fishes Food Bank.

I LOVE YOU, I LOVE YOU (1968) on FilmStruck. This French sci-fi drama centers on Claude (Claude Rich), who, after an attempted suicide, is recruited for a time-travel experiment. As the process fumbles, Claude relives disjointed past experiences à la “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.”

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