Critic’s corner: What’s on TV Tuesday night

Ben Leuner/AMC

4th and Loud 9 p.m., AMC

From the same people who brought you “Gene Simmons Family Jewels” comes this new series documenting the formation and (not exactly winning) first season of the new arena football franchise the LA KISS, which derives its name from co-owners Simmons and Paul Stanley of the famed rock band. Given that this is the network of “Breaking Bad” and “Mad Men,” the reality show is more captivating than one might expect as it follows several strains — Simmons and Stanley’s immersion in the sport, the coaches’ forming the team, and the players’ lives. You wanted the best show about arena football??? Well, since this is likely the only show about arena football, Simmons and Stanley would surely say you got the best.


Idiotest 9 p.m., GSN

Judging by its description, this show will either make viewers feel wicked smart or, well, like idiots. Hosted by comic Ben Gleib (“Chelsea Lately”), the “Test” pits two pairs of contestants in a showdown of not only general knowledge but also observational skills and attention to detail, all in pursuit of a $10,000 prize.

Sisterhood of Hip Hop 9 p.m., Oxygen

Ladies first.

The Singles Project 10 p.m., Bravo

Can’t find a date for your Tuesday night? Maybe you can help these people.

Cement Heads 10:30 p.m., A&E

Deconstructing construction.