On Tuesday night, the latest episode of WWE's "SmackDown Live" will be shown for fans to enjoy. There's a lot going on for the "blue brand" recently, including top contenders being decided for the various titles. Two of those contenders are AJ Styles and Jinder Mahal who are vying for different championships this Sunday. In addition, other superstars on the roster will be preparing for this coming weekend's WWE "Backlash" pay-per-view event. Here's a preview of the latest WWE "SmackDown" episode for Tuesday night including how to watch it live on TV or streaming online.

Big matches planned

AJ Styles is the No. 1 contender for Kevin Owens' United States title, while Jinder Mahal is the No. 1 contender for Randy Orton's WWE World Championship. The two contenders will compete against one another in a match tonight to prepare for this weekend's matches. Will Jinder Mahal have outside help again from the Singh Brothers? Will Randy Orton or Kevin Owens interfere? It should be interesting to see what transpires.

"The Viper" Randy Orton and Kevin Owens will both be a part of the program. Orton will get a tune-up for his PPV match this weekend when he takes on "The Lone Wolf" Baron Corbin one-on-one. Kevin Owens is not scheduled for a match, but WWE has teased he will host "The Highlight Reel" which is Chris Jericho's in-ring WWE talk show.

A six-woman tag team match was announced for the "Backlash" PPV this Sunday. On tonight's show, the six competitors involved: Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and Naomi, as well as Natalya, Tamina and Carmella, will make it official. Will these women's stars be able to refrain from going at it less than a week before their big match?

Don't forget about Lana and Rusev. While the duo seems to now be doing their own things, both are yet to debut in the ring for the "SmackDown" roster. Lana has been appearing in promotional videos for her new dancing persona, while Rusev has been appearing in videos demanding a title shot. Will Rusev be granted that title shot by Commissioner Shane McMahon on tonight's show?

Will Lana finally arrive and make her debut?

How to watch it live

The "SmackDown Live" program by WWE is shown each and every Tuesday night starting at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. The USA Network is the network on which fans with USA on their cable or satellite provider package can watch it live on television. There's also live streaming available to cable and satellite customers who have USA in their channel lineup on the USA website or any compatible mobile apps. A cable or satellite account log-in will be required to watch the feed.

In addition, USA is a part of the SlingTV channel streaming service. Right now, this subscription service is available to anyone new who joins on a one-week free trial basis.

USA is included on the channel package shown at the Sling.com website, where more details are also available. By joining for this week, fans will get to see tonight's "SmackDown" along with next week's episode of "Monday Night Raw" and much more content on other channels provided.