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What to Watch on Tuesday: New premieres, Key and Peele join ‘Fargo’

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(L-R) Jordan Peele as Agent Pepper and Keegan-Michael Key as Agent Budge on “Fargo.”

Fargo (10pm, FX) - Molly and Gus have a setback in their investigation. Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele “Key and Peele”) appear as FBI agents.

Also on tonight . . .

America’s Got Talent (8pm, NBC) - The ninth season of the star search competition series opens with auditions in New York City and Los Angeles.

Extreme Weight Loss (8pm, ABC) - A 310-pound 32-year-old hairstylist and a 480-pound 19-year-old baseball player attempt to lose weight in the Season 4 premiere.

D-Day 360 (9pm, Tuesday) - The story of the Invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944, when Allied forces launched an all-or-nothing attack on Nazi-occupied Europe via five heavily defended French beaches. The documentary, which focuses makes use of LiDAR technology to recreate the landscape

The Wil Wheaton Project (10pm, Syfy) - The series premiere of a weekly roundup of the most popular and trending stories in the world of sci-fi and fantasy.

The Night Shift (10pm, NBC) - a new drama series about the men and women who work the night shift at a hospital in San Antonio. In the premiere, a former military doctor deals with a life-threatening situation on his way to work, then his ex-girlfriend pursues the top job on the night shift.

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