After nearly 20 years on Japanese television, real-life tag competition Run for the Money makes the jump to Netflix today. The latest iteration of the high-stakes game show sees Japanese actors, artists, and athletes face off in a chaotic and epic battle.
Also today: Peacock’s A Friend of the Family gets a companion documentary, Reasonable Doubt wraps its first season, Once Upon a Time in Londongrad explores Russian corruption, and more. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy on TV this Tuesday:
Run for the Money: Complete Season 1. 29 Japanese celebrities attempt to outmaneuver black-clad Hunters in a real-life game of tag in this scaled-up version of the popular competition series. The winner will claim the biggest cash prize in the history of the show, which first aired in 2004. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix
A Friend of the Family: True Evil: Original documentary. Jan Broberg, who survived years of childhood sexual abuse at the hands of family friend Robert Berchtold, confronts the painful events that shaped her and meets another survivor of Berchtold’s abuse, who speaks out for the first time. The documentary serves as a companion to Peacock’s scripted series about Broberg’s experience. Watch trailer. Streaming on Peacock
Reasonable Doubt: Season 1 finale. With the jury out to deliberate, Jax (Emayatzy Corinealdi) is kidnapped, and she must figure out her future as a new case close to home comes to light. Streaming on Hulu
Once Upon a Time in Londongrad: Complete docuseries. BuzzFeed News investigative reporter Heidi Blake explores how the U.K. became reliant on Russian money and missed opportunities to contain Vladimir Putin, prominent oligarchs, and the Kremlin in a six-episode series. Watch trailer. Streaming on Peacock
Customer Wars: Series premiere. A&E aims to prove that “The customer is always right” is the exception, not the rule, in a new series about the conflicts that arise when disgruntled and irrational customers come face to face with employees doing their best to take care of their needs. Two half-hour episodes air tonight. 10:00 PM ET on A&E
Deon Cole: Charleen’s Boy: Comedy special. The Black-ish star ponders romance, racist hotel showers, and why he loves women of a certain age. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix
FBI: New episode. Maggie (Missy Peregrym) returns from medical leave in time to help the team investigate two homicides: a law student on track to attend the FBI Academy and a young man with possible gang ties. Followed by new episodes of FBI: International and FBI: Most Wanted. Watch preview. 8:00 PM ET on CBS
The Winchesters: New episode. Hidden secrets from Ada’s (Demetria McKinney) past comes to light when the gang goes undercover to look into a suspicious death. Watch preview. 8:00 PM ET on The CW
Claire Spellberg Lustig is the Senior Editor at Primetimer and a scholar of The View. Follow her on Twitter at @c_spellberg.