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Bachelor in Paradise Steams Up ABC, The Rookie Gets a Spinoff

ALSO: Kerry Washington-produced drama Reasonable Doubt, Nick Kroll: Little Big Boy, La Brea Season 2, and more.
  • Photos: ABC, Hulu.
    Photos: ABC, Hulu.

    The fall premieres keep coming tonight as Bachelor in Paradise returns for its eighth season and The Rookie universe expands with Niecy Nash-Betts’ Feds spinoff.

    Plus, Kerry Washington produces and directs Hulu legal drama Reasonable Doubt, Nick Kroll makes his Netflix stand-up special debut, La Brea Season 2 sets up new mysteries, and more. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy on TV this Tuesday:

    Bachelor in Paradise: Season 8 premiere. The largest-ever cast of favorites from The Bachelor franchise gather for a summer of sun-soaked romance and alcohol-fueled drama. Cast members include Logan Palmer and Jacob Rapini from the most recent season of The Bachelorette and Shanae Ankney from Clayton’s season of The Bachelor. With host Jesse Palmer and bartender Wells Adams. Watch trailer. 8:00 PM ET on ABC

    The Rookie: Feds: Series premiere. Fresh out of the FBI Academy, Simone Clark (Niecy Nash-Betts) arrives in Los Angeles and has her sights set on joining Matthew Garza’s (Felix Solis) newly formed special unit as they investigate the murder of a federal engineer. Watch trailer. 8:00 PM ET on ABC

    Reasonable Doubt: Series premiere. Emayatzy Corinealdi plays Jacqueline “Jax” Stewart, a high-powered criminal defense attorney in Los Angeles who fiercely bucks the justice system with her wild interpretations of the law and questionable ethics. The new Onyx Collective drama is executive produced by Kerry Washington (who directs the first episode) and Larry Wilmore. Two episodes drop today. Read our review. Streaming on Hulu

    Nick Kroll: Little Big Boy: Comedy special. The Big Mouth co-creator discusses heartbreak, his journey to fatherhood, the power of mothers, and more in his first Netflix stand-up special. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix

    La Brea: Season 2 premiere. Desperate to reunite with her son, Eve (Natalie Zea) follows a lead that brings her face-to-face with a ruthless prehistoric group. Meanwhile, Gavin (Eoin Macken) and Izzy (Zyra Gorecki) question whether they’re fit to survive in 10,000 BC. Watch preview. 9:00 PM ET on NBC

    30 For 30: Deerfoot of the Diamond: Special presentation. ESPN tells the story of Native American baseball player Louis Sockalexis, who played for the Cleveland Spiders from 1897 to 1899, and his impact on the sport in a new 30 For 30 film. 8:00 PM ET on ESPN

    11 Minutes: Complete docuseries. Emmy and Peabody-winning director Jeff Zimbalist explores the stories of terror and survival experienced by those who were at the 2017 Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas. The new four-part docuseries features interviews with concert-goers, police officers and Jason Aldean, who was performing on stage when automatic gun fire shattered the night. Watch trailer. Streaming on Paramount+

    Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel: New episode. The HBO series explores allegations that the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is failing to adequately police international sport for the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Correspondent David Scott also sits down with Darren Waller, who turned his NFL career around after battling drug addiction. 10:00 PM ET on HBO

    The Patient: New episode. Sam (Domhnall Gleeson) is consumed with practical necessities, but agrees to Dr. Strauss’ (Steve Carell) advice to make different choices. Streaming on FX on Hulu

    FBI: New episode. When an officer is shot dead at a pawn shop, the team tries to figure out why a young Ivy League dropout is tied to the crime. Followed by new episodes of FBI: International and Most Wanted. Watch preview. 8:00 PM ET on CBS

    The Voice: New episode. The blind auditions continue as Camila Cabello, John Legend, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani vie to find America’s next singing sensation. 8:00 PM ET on NBC

    Bobby’s Triple Threat: Series premiere. The country’s most talented chefs face a trio of culinary titans handpicked by Bobby Flay for a chance to take home $25,000. 9:00 PM ET on Food Network

    The Come Up: Season 1 finale. Freeform’s exploration of Dimes Square young adults comes to an end with two half-hour episodes. 10:00 PM ET on Freeform

    Claire Spellberg Lustig is the Senior Editor at Primetimer and a scholar of The View. Follow her on Twitter at @c_spellberg.

    TOPICS: Bachelor in Paradise, ABC, La Brea, Nick Kroll: Little Big Boy, Reasonable Doubt, The Rookie: Feds, Niecy Nash-Betts