FULLER HOUSE Stream on Netflix. Though many critics rolled their eyes when this sequel to the decades-old ABC sitcom “Full House” debuted in 2016, the show has managed to last five seasons. It comes to an end though on Tuesday, when the last batch of episodes drops. D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Kimmy (Andrea Barber) are all engaged and planning a “triple wedding.” (As if planning one wedding wasn’t stressful enough.) Other big changes are in store for their families, and now that each woman will be tying the knot, they may have to bid farewell to their family home once and for all.
UP IN THE AIR (2009) Stream on Hulu; rent on Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu or YouTube. For those aching to travel again, consider living vicariously through the protagonist of this dramedy, directed by Jason Reitman (“Juno”). Ryan (George Clooney), a “corporate downsizing expert,” crisscrosses the country to lay off employees whose managers don’t have the guts to do it themselves. During his travels, he strikes up a casual affair with Alex (Vera Farmiga), an equally itinerant business woman, and life is good. But Ryan’s one-man-band days are threatened after Natalie (Anna Kendrick), a new hire, joins him on his trips to learn his ways and tries to get to the core of the man behind the suave, detached facade. In her review for The New York Times, Manohla Dargis called the movie “an assertively, and unapologetically, tidy package,” and named it a Critic’s Pick.
DIRTY JOHN: THE BETTY BRODERICK STORY 9 p.m. on USA. The first season of this anthology series reimagined a real-life story involving a con artist, nicknamed Dirty John, who manipulated several women before his death in 2016. The second season tells another twisted love story ripped from the headlines: In the early 1980s, Betty Broderick (Amanda Peet) had an inkling that her husband, Dan (Christian Slater), a successful lawyer, was having an affair with his young legal assistant. She was right. Several years later, their marriage ended in a messy divorce. Yet an enraged Betty could not move on — she claimed she suffered from “white-collar” abuse — so she resorted to murder. The season debuts with two episodes; later episodes will air Tuesdays at 10 p.m.
I, SNIPER 10 p.m. on VICE. For another dose of true-crime stories, tune in to this new documentary series. It recounts the sniper shootings that rocked Washington, D.C., for three weeks in 2002, killing 10 people and wounding three. The culprits, 17-year-old Lee Malvo and 41-year-old John Muhammad, were later tried and convicted. Muhammad was handed a death sentence and executed in 2009, while Malvo received life sentences without parole. Much of the case is retold here by Malvo himself, speaking from inside a prison cell. We also hear from investigators, survivors and the victims’ families.