The Los Angeles Devils — and more drama — return in “Hit the Floor” while “China’s Megatomb” dives into the legends of the Terracotta Army.

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Premiere of six-part series exploring vibrant world cuisine in American cities, hosted by chef and restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson; in the first episode Samuelsson explores the culture and flavor of Detroit’s Middle Eastern community, with a look at a pastry chef who’s reinventing Lebanese desserts, joining a Syrian refugee family for a homemade meal, and enjoying amba, a spicy Iraqi mango sauce served over falafel at a sandwich shop; 9 p.m. Tuesday on KCTS.

Also on Tuesday

“Hit the Floor,” 7 p.m. (BET): Fourth-season premiere of sports drama series that chronicles the off-the-court drama of the fictional Los Angeles Devils basketball team; repeats at 8 p.m.

“10 Streets That Changed America,” 8 p.m. (KCTS): Tracing the 400-year evolution of Broadway in New York, from its beginnings as a Native American road to the “Great White Way”; riding from Boston to New York on a dirt “highway.”

“The 100,” 8 p.m. (KSTW): The growing fractures in Wonkru threaten to explode; Murphy starts a fire, unleashing catastrophic results.

“America’s Got Talent,” 8 p.m. (KING): Auditions continue for a variety of acts.

“OutDaughtered,” 8 p.m. (TLC): Season-three premiere of reality series about a family with 3-year-old quintuplets, the only all-girl quintuplets in the U.S.

“The Outpost,” 9 p.m. (KSTW): Premiere of fantasy series; Talon seeks vengeance on the men who slaughtered her people on a journey to confront the men who killed her family.

“Married at First Sight,” 9 p.m. (LIFETIME): Season-seven premiere; the participants reveal to friends and family that they will be marrying a complete stranger at first sight.

“China’s Megatomb: Secrets of the Terracota Army,” 9 p.m. (NATGEO): Research scientist Albert Lin takes a journey to uncover the legends behind the first emperor of China, including the Terracotta Army buried with him.

Madeline McKenzie: mmckenzie@seattletimes.com. Program times may vary depending on your cable provider or service.