What’s Worth Watching: ‘Person of Interest’, ‘Tosh.o’, ‘Casual’ and more for Tuesday, June 7
Person of Interest (10/9c, CBS): Following the cataclysmic events of last week, and with only three episodes remaining of this powerfully distinctive thriller, Finch (the great Michael Emerson) stops being team player to go solo, now that his war against Samaritan has become even more personal. As he mulls going further to the dark side to take down the AI that threatens his beloved Machine, the remaining survivors head to Washington, D.C., to protect the actual Commander in Chief when the President’s number comes up, suggesting yet another conspiracy for our underdogs to unravel. Very strong final season
Tosh.0 (10/9c, Comedy Central): Surfing the wild, wacky web has been very good for Daniel Tosh, who marks the 200-episode milestone of his namesake series (returning to resume its eighth season) that snarks all over the social-media landscape.
Inside Tuesday TV: Mad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser joins the cast of Hulu’s unconventional romantic dramedy Casual in its second season (starts Tuesday) as Jordan, a venture capitalist helping Alex (Tommy Dewey) refine his dating website. … In just its first week of auditions on NBC’s America’s Got Talent (8/7c), Mel B has already pressed her “Golden Buzzer”—for yet another child soprano—ensuring the girl moves on to the live shows. Will someone else succumb this week? And who gave Simon Cowell nice pills during this time in U.S. exile? … Jay Garrick (Teddy Sears) makes his first appearance on The CW’s The Flash (8/7c) in this week’s repeat, emerging from Earth-2 to warn the S.T.A.R. Labs crew about the Big Bad called Zoom. If they only knew. … Tina Fey and Steve Martin are the guests on the second edition of NBC’s Maya & Marty (10/9c), and let’s hope they can provide more magic than was on display in last week’s “Tuesday Night Meh” opener.