“Friday Night Lights” producer Jason Katims and “Hamilton” producer Jeffrey Seller teamed up for a new show about a high-school drama program taking on a controversial show in a working-class community.

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“Rise”

Premiere of musical drama series created by “Friday Night Lights” producer Jason Katims and “Hamilton” producer Jeffrey Seller, set in a high school in a working-class town where a new drama coach works with students to put on the challenging, controversial coming-of-age musical “Spring Awakening”; 10 p.m. Tuesday on KING.

Also on Tuesday

“Concert For George,” 7 p.m. (KCTS): The 2002 concert tribute to George Harrison, with performances by Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Tom Petty and others.

“The Voice,” 8 p.m. (KING): The blind auditions conclude; vocalists compete for the last chance to be selected by one of the coaches.

“The Flash,” 8 p.m. (KSTW): Team Flash confronts a meta who has the ability to swap people’s DNA; Barry’s speed is accidentally given to Iris, who must defeat the new foe.

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“This Is Us,” 9 p.m. (KING): Season-two finale of the Pearson family’s story of love, life and loss over 35 years and three generations.

“blackish,” 9 p.m. (KOMO): Two new episodes; Dre and Bow confront gender biases after finding out Junior and Zoey have become sexually active; when Jack and Diane get in trouble at school, Dre and Bow work on a balance of discipline and support.

“LA To Vegas,” 9 p.m. (KCPQ): Captain Dave invites Ronnie to stay with him in a community of airline workers; Nichole and Bernard sit in on Colin’s class; Artem tracks down Dave.

“For The People,” 10 p.m. (KOMO): Series premiere; six talented young lawyers work on opposite sides of the law in high-stakes federal cases and are put to the test personally and professionally.

“NCIS: New Orleans,” 10 p.m. (KIRO): The team investigates the murder of a Navy captain who was searching for a priceless, 200-year-old treasure during the Louisiana Pirate Festival.

Madeline Mckenzie: mmckenzie@seattletimes.com.

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