What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Miracle Workers’ and ‘Temptation Island’

Daniel Radcliffe sets out to save humankind in the final episode of “Miracle Workers.” And the first season of the “Temptation Island” reboot comes to a close.

MIRACLE WORKERS 10:30 p.m. on TBS. Consider this limited comedy series a truncated, less thought out version of “The Good Place.” The show is set in some bureaucratic iteration of the afterlife where very imperfect beings run things, and sparks fly between two unassuming humans. Steve Buscemi stars as a fed-up God who announces he’s going to blow up the earth and end its troubles for good. Over seven episodes, two angels, Craig (Daniel Radcliffe) and Eliza (Geraldine Viswanathan), try to stop him by answering the prayers of two 20-somethings looking for love. (While in “The Good Place,” the universe is constantly working against Eleanor and Chidi’s inevitable romance, the humans in “Miracle Workers” are spoiled with divine intervention.) The show comes to a close with “1 Hour,” in which a desperate Craig gives his all to save humankind.

TEMPTATION ISLAND 10 p.m. on USA. This dating show from the early 2000s found a second life in the reboot mania that is today’s television landscape. The first season of the revival, set in Maui, Hawaii, ends with a reunion where four couples decide on the next steps of their relationships. The series has been renewed for a second season, and Mark L. Wahlberg, who created the original, will stay on as host.

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