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Queen Sugar Says Goodbye After 7 Seasons, Casey Anthony Tells Her Story

ALSO: Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields, ABC's Love Actually special, Reindeer in Here, and more.
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    It’s the end of an era for OWN: After seven seasons, Ava DuVernay’s Queen Sugar concludes with a 90-minute episode that brings the Bordelon family saga to a close. Afterwards, OWN will air a retrospective in which Queen Sugar’s stars and producers reflect on the show’s legacy.

    Also today: For the first time since her headline-making trial, Casey Anthony tells her story in Peacock’s Where The Truth Lies, Netflix expands its Crime Scene series with The Texas Killing Fields, ABC celebrates the 20th anniversary of Love Actually, and more. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy on TV this Tuesday:

    Queen Sugar: Series finale. As the series comes to a close, the Bordelons make one final attempt to get their land back. Afterwards, stars, producers, and cultural commentators reflect on the show’s enduring legacy in Take Flight, a 30-minute special. 8:00 PM ET on OWN

    Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies: Complete docuseries. Casey Anthony sits down to share her side of the story since her culture-defining trial and acquittal 11 years ago in her first on-camera interview since the death of her daughter, Caylee, in 2008. Despite Anthony’s involvement, director Alexandra Dean says the three-episode series aims to present “the unbiased truth by hearing all sides of the story.” Watch trailer. Streaming on Peacock

    Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields: Complete docuseries. Joe Berlinger and Jessica Dimmock begin a new chapter in the Crime Scene franchise with this true-crime docuseries about a region with a dark pattern of girls who have disappeared and turned up dead. Watch trailer. Streaming on Netflix

    The Laughter & Secrets of Love Actually: 20 Years Later: Special presentation. ABC News anchor Diane Sawyer marks the 20th anniversary of the making of holiday classic Love Actually in an hour-long special, featuring interviews with writer/director Richard Curtis and the stars Hugh Grant, Laura Linney, Emma Thompson, and more. Watch trailer8:00 PM ET on ABC

    Reindeer in Here: Special presentation. CBS adapts the award-winning Christmas book into an animated special about a young reindeer in the North Pole who bands together with his unique group of friends to save the future of Christmas. Watch trailer. 9:00 PM ET on CBS

    My So-Called High School Rank: Original documentary. Inspired by the pressure to achieve a top-rank in every part of their lives to get ahead in the college admissions process, students at Granite Bay High School in Sacramento, California created a musical theater production exploring these critical issues. Filmed over two years, this documentary charts the show’s transformation into a larger phenomenon, as students across the country set out to mount their own productions and express their anxieties through art. Watch trailer. 9:00 PM ET on HBO

    CMT Crossroads: Special presentation. Robert Plant, the voice of Led Zeppelin, and Alison Krauss, one of bluegrass’ brightest stars, reunite for a night of music and magic. Watch preview. 9:00 PM ET on CMT

    The Rookie: Feds: Season 1 fall finale. When Garza’s (Felix Solis) character is called into question, Simone (Niecy Nash-Betts) and team develop their own covert operation to support their boss. Watch preview. 10:00 PM ET on FOX

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

    TOPICS: Queen Sugar, Peacock, Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies, Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields, Love Actually, Reindeer in Here, Ava DuVernay