Television

Tuesday night television

Critic’s corner: What’s on TV tonight

Kenneth Coleman and daughter Taylor.
Scott Gries
Kenneth Coleman and daughter Taylor.

Preachers’ Daughters  10 p.m., Lifetime

It’s exactly what you’d expect. The producers have found three families of preachers who have agreed to be filmed and whose daughters are . . . feisty. All of the plot lines revolve around sexuality, of course. One daughter wants to be a porn star, one has overprotective parents who don’t want her to date, and one is a mother at 18 who is unsure of the father’s identity. Hey, if you don’t like this show, hold on for WE’s entry in the faith-reality genre, “Divas for Jesus,” which will be about upscale Christian women who are naughty during the week and then repentant on Sundays. No, not kidding.

The Taste  9 p.m., Channel 5

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Yet another one of TV’s many cooking contests reaches its finale. “The Taste” has been a kind of foodie version of “The Voice.” Heading into Tuesday’s episode, four cooks are left competing for the $100,000 prize. Ludo Lefebvre has two team members still in the competition, Brian Malarkey has one, and Anthony Bourdain has one. Alas, Nigella Lawson’s team was wiped out.

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Great Expectations  8 p.m., Sundance

Dickens loved him some Gwyneth.

Celebrity Wife Swap  8 p.m., Channel 5

Mrs. Gilbert Gottfried gets freed.

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Golden Boy  10 p.m., Channel 4

Pamuk lives.

Matthew Gilbert can be reached at gilbert@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @MatthewGilbert.