The 65th Annual Grammy Awards on CBS
All Times Eastern. PBS programming varies regionally.
Sunday, Feb. 5
The 65th Annual Grammy Awards
CBS, 8pm Live
The Recording Academy’s accolades for the year’s best in music take place at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. Beyoncé leads all artists with nine nominations. Kendrick Lamar has eight, followed by Adele and Brandi Carlile with seven each. Rounding out the top nominees are Mary J. Blige, DJ Khaled, Future, The-Dream, Randy Merrill and Harry Styles with six each. Trevor Noah returns as host for the third consecutive year.
DECADES Remembers Lisa Loring
DECADES, beginning at 6am
The DECADES tribute to actress Lisa Loring features a special binge of 48 back-to-back episodes of The Addams Family celebrating her iconic character, Wednesday Addams.
NFL Pro Bowl Games
ABC & ESPN, 3pm Live
The traditional Pro Bowl game has been replaced with a weeklong series of events featuring skills competitions and more. The celebration culminates in today’s AFC vs. NFC flag football game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
Curious Caterer: Grilling Season
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 7pm
Caterer Goldy Berry (Nikki DeLoach) throws a lavish barbecue for her childhood friend, who is later killed by her own grill, which explodes after the event. On a mission to clear her name, since she was the last person to have used the grill, Goldy reunites with detective Tom Schultz (Andrew Walker) to find the real culprit, who they soon realize is someone closer than first expected.
Under the Influence
TV One, 7pm
A woman’s (Denyce Lawton) life is thrown into a tailspin after ending an affair with the dangerous lover she met in Alcoholics Anonymous.
The Happy Camper
When Dillon’s (Daniela Bobadilla) love life falls apart, she returns to her grandfather’s farm in Colorado, where she works with Jordan (Beau Wirick), a handsome hardware store owner, to restore a vintage 1960s travel trailer.
NASCAR Cup Series: Busch Light Clash at The Coliseum
FOX, 8pm Live
NASCAR returns to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for the Busch Light Clash at The Coliseum preseason exhibition race. The main event will have a field of 27 cars, expanded from last year’s 23.
Miss Scarlet and the Duke: “The Heir”
Eliza (Kate Phillips) is on the verge of earning life-changing money when she offers to help the heir to an unclaimed fortune. It’s a race against time to claim the money, and Eliza will need the Duke’s (Stuart Martin) help, but a revelation about his personal life makes working together impossible.
Directed by Ida Lupino
TCM, beginning at 8pm
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English American actress Ida Lupino was not only a prolific star in films, on television (where she received three Emmy nominations) and on radio, but she was a very accomplished movie and TV director, as well. Much of Lupino’s directorial work was for television during the late 1950s and ’60s, when she helmed episodes of Gilligan’s Island, The Fugitive, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Twilight Zone (the famous 1964 episode “The Masks”) and more. She also directed eight feature films, primarily during the ’50s, and was the most prominent female filmmaker of that time. In 1948, Lupino and her then-husband, Collier Young, formed an independent company called The Filmmakers Inc. to create low-budget, issue-oriented films. That company made 12 movies, six of which she directed or codirected. One of those titles kicks off this evening’s three-film lineup of Lupino-helmed films on Turner Classic Movies: Never Fear (1950). Marking Lupino’s first credited directorial effort, this drama, which she and Young cowrote, is about a promising young dancer crippled by polio. Following that is what is probably Lupino’s most well-known film as a director: The Hitch-Hiker (1953), a film noir led by Edmond O’Brien and the only title from that genre’s classic period directed by a woman. The night concludes with the first episode of television that Lupino directed, a 1956 installment of the anthology series Screen Directors Playhouse called “No. 5 Checked Out.” She also came up with the story, about a young deaf woman (Teresa Wright) who confronts desperate crooks who are using one of her remote resort cabins for a hideout. Peter Lorre costars.
This jaw-dropping true-crime story unfolds across a sundrenched Florida landscape as director Darren Foster traces the rise and fall of Chris and Jeff George, identical twins who are believed to be America’s most prolific opioid kingpins. In just a few short years of operation, the Georges created one of the largest pill-mill empires in the country, attracting clients from around the country and spawning a prescription drug trafficking network with an estimated street value of more than $500 million. Weaving together hundreds of hours of wiretap recordings, undercover videos and exclusive jailhouse interviews with the twins themselves, this fast-paced thriller captures in dramatic detail the greatest drug racket to hit the Sunshine State since the cocaine cowboys of the 1980s.
The Way Home: “What’s My Age Again?”
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Alice (Sadie Laflamme-Snow) double dates with her parents as teens, and Kat’s (Chyler Leigh) visit to the past brings a surprising discovery.
Titanic: 25 Years Later With James Cameron
Nat Geo, 9pm
This new documentary features the surprising story of how the long-lost ship was found, exploring historical questions about how the Titanic sank and digging into the debate about whether additional lifeboats onboard would have saved more lives. James Cameron adds a postscript to his fictional movie retelling of the tragedy. After hearing fans continue to insist Jack didn’t have to die that night, he gathers hypothermia experts and mounts tests to determine, once and for all, whether both Jack and Rose could have fit on the raft and survived.
All Creatures Great and Small: “Edward”
Mrs. Hall (Anna Madeley) conquers demons from her past, and while she is away, Tristan (Callum Woodhouse) discovers the challenge of housekeeping. Meanwhile, Helen (Rachel Shenton) is at loose ends.
Murf the Surf: Jewels, Jesus, and Mayhem in the USA
In 1964, Jack Murphy and his fellow “surfer dudes” pulled off the biggest jewel heist in U.S. history. Murf himself speaks of his wave of mayhem in this docuseries from R.J. Cutler (The War Room).
Vienna Blood: “Death Is Now a Welcome Guest, Part 1”
The magical new world of cinema has captured the imagination of the Viennese public, but when tragedy strikes at a film premiere, Max (Matthew Beard) and Oskar (Juergen Maurer) must investigate the murder of a famous actress, who was a former patient at Max’s hospital.
Murder in Big Horn
This three-part documentary series crafts a powerful portrait of tribal members and their communities within Big Horn County, Montana, battling an epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW).
Monday, Feb. 6
The gritty Irish crime thriller returns for a six-episode second season, which follows DCI Tom Brannick (James Nesbitt) as he is pulled into a desperate hunt for a treasure that has been hidden since the dark days of a legendary assassin codenamed Goliath. Two new episodes drop Mondays starting today through Feb. 20.
ESPN, beginning at 7pm Live
A college basketball doubleheader on ESPN has the Duke Blue Devils at the Miami Hurricanes and the Texas Longhorns at the Kansas Jayhawks.
This acquired kids sci-fi/mystery series from the CBBC (a British public broadcast children’s channel owned and operated by the BBC) begins its story in 1997, when four kids vanish from an adventure camp in Silverpoint Woods. Over two decades later, one boy aims to find out what happened. Silverpoint’s first season has already aired in Britain, where it was nominated for two of BAFTA’s Children & Young People Awards. The show joins other popular acquired international young adult series on BYUtv, like Malory Towers. The entire first season is currently available on byutv.org and on the BYUtv app.
All American: “O.P.P.”
The CW, 8pm
Spencer (Daniel Ezra) hears some news that leaves him rattled, and Billy (Taye Diggs) preps his team. Meanwhile, Coop (Bre-Z) helps Preach (Kareem J. Grimes) prepare for his custody trial.
Fantasy Island: “The Urn”
Nick Jandl, Teo Rapp-Olsson and Hope Lauren guest-star as siblings working through resentments in order to spread their mom’s (guest star Joely Fisher) ashes and fulfill her last fantasy in the new episode “The Urn.”
America’s Got Talent: All-Stars: “Auditions 6”
Auditions continue as winners, finalists, favorites and viral sensations vie for the chance to win the title of AGT All-Star. Superfans vote on one last act to move to the finals.
TCM, beginning at 8pm
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The various aspects of sisterly relationships as depicted on the big screen is the focus of tonight’s four-film lineup on Turner Classic Movies. Up first is 1933’s Best Picture Oscar-nominated Little Women, which even by that time was already the third adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved 1868-69 novel, but was the first “talkie” version. With an Oscar-winning screenplay by Victor Heerman and Sarah Y. Mason, and helmed by Best Director nominee George Cukor, the film follows the four March sisters (played by Katharine Hepburn, Joan Bennett, Frances Dee and Jean Parker) in Concord, Massachusetts, during and after the Civil War. Next, in the comedy My Sister Eileen (1942), Best Actress Oscar nominee Rosalind Russell and Janet Blair play Ohio sisters who move to New York City looking for success, one as a writer and the other as an actress. Following that is the famed 1944 musical Meet Me in St. Louis, which follows a year in the life of the Midwestern Smith family at the turn of the 20th century, with much of the story specifically focused on the clan’s four daughters, played by Judy Garland, Margaret O’Brien (who won a Juvenile Academy Award as the outstanding child actress of that year), Lucille Bremer and Joan Carroll. Finishing up the evening is What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962). Director Robert Aldrich’s darkly humorous and horrific cult classic offers deliciously gothic and campy fun as it follows an aging former child star (Best Actress Oscar nominee Bette Davis) who torments her paraplegic sister (Joan Crawford), a former movie star, in an old Hollywood mansion.
Bob Hearts Abishola: “My Successful Lawyer Son”
If your family is in the sock biz, put your foot down! Bob (Billy Gardell) toils at the factory, while his wife, Abishola (Folake Olowofoyeku), confronts a coworker’s personality shift.
NCIS: “Evil Eye”
In preparation for a role, a world-renowned actress (guest star Tania Raymonde) shadows the NCIS team as they investigate a decapitation case in the new episode “Evil Eye.”
All American: Homecoming: “Dance With My Father”
The CW, 9pm
Simone (Geffri Maya) and Thea (Camille Hyde) are ready to claim their spot on the court, and Damon (Peyton Alex Smith) helps JR (Sylvester Powell) celebrate a milestone.
Alert: Missing Persons Unit: “Tim and Amy”
While the MPU’s Jason Grant (Scott Caan) and Mike Sherman (Ryan Broussard) hit the mountains to hunt for a missing couple, the boy who may be Jason’s son, Keith (Graham Verchere), connects with a peer in group therapy.
C.B. Strike: Troubled Blood
Childhood grief haunts London PI Cormoran Strike (Tom Burke) and his client in this four-part adaptation of the fifth J.K. Rowling (writing as Robert Galbraith) novel. When Anna Phipps (Sophie Ward) asks Strike to pursue the cold case of her mother, missing since 1974, he agrees, although he’s caring for his dying aunt (Call the Midwife’s Linda Bassett). By the sleuth’s side: unfaltering Robin Ellacott (Holliday Grainger). The partners are “firm friends,” Grainger says, but they’ll question whether there’s anything more.
Black in Space: Breaking the Color Barrier
Smithsonian Channel, 9pm
This candid 2020 doc features would-be astronaut Edward Dwight Jr., the first Black candidate not chosen by the Apollo Program in 1963, and Guion “Guy” Bluford of 1983’s Challenger launch. News: NASA will send an American of color to the moon in 2025.
Icons Unearthed: Fast & Furious: “A Heist”
Tonight’s new episode looks at how Universal broke the mold with their Fast Five. With bigger and better stunts, international locations and one of Hollywood’s biggest stars, could the franchise’s new direction pay off?
NCIS: Hawai‘i: “Misplaced Targets”
In the new episode “Misplaced Targets,” an explosion at a meth lab leads NCIS to believe that Kai (Alex Tarrant) is being targeted by an old friend turned criminal.
The Good Doctor: “365 Degrees”
Shaun (Freddie Highmore) invites Aaron (Richard Schiff) to stay with him while he has exterminators at his house and Lea (Paige Spara) realizes both men have a lot in common. Meanwhile, Dr. Reznick (Fiona Gubelmann) wrestles with a big decision about her career and her personal life.
The Watchful Eye: “The Nanny Who Knew Too Much”
Elena (Mariel Molino) snoops around Tory’s (Amy Acker) apartment, which leads to an unexpected discovery in a secret room.
History’s Greatest of All Time With Peyton Manning
NFL great Peyton Manning executive produces and hosts this series that finds him, in each hourlong episode, counting down the Top 10 G.O.A.T.s (Greatest Of All Time) across categories ranging from titans of industry and daredevils to sports cars and sports stadiums. To rank each contender, Manning asks 100 experts in the various subjects to weigh in using statistics, innovation and historical impact/legacy as criteria. As each person is ranked, viewers will learn incredible facts as well as the history behind each topic, followed by a vigorous debate.
Quantum Leap: “Let Them Play”
Ben (Raymond Lee) finds himself in 2012 in the midst of the Mendéz family as they help their transgender daughter, Gia, who dreams of playing on her high school basketball team. Meanwhile, Magic (Ernie Hudson) and Jenn (Nanrisa Lee) discover another piece of the puzzle of why Ben leapt in the first place.
Black Travel Across America
Nat Geo, 10pm
This documentary offers a coast-to-coast road trip to some of the landmarks still existing today that were featured in the Green Book that was compiled by Harlem-based postal worker Victor Hugo Green and published annually from 1936-66: A travel guidebook that provided a list of hotels, restaurants and service stations from Connecticut to California that served African American patrons during a time of extreme racial prejudice. As the hosts visit these modern-day historic landmarks, they gain valuable stories and knowledge about these locations from local experts.
Independent Lens: “Outta the Muck”
This film wades into the rich soil of Pahokee, Florida, a town on the banks of Lake Okeechobee. Beyond its football legacy, which includes sending over a dozen players to the NFL (like Anquan Boldin, Fred Taylor and Rickey Jackson), the fiercely self-determined community tells their stories of Black achievement and resilience in the face of tragic storms and personal trauma.
Tuesday, Feb. 7
Make It at Market
This series follows a select group of craftspeople as they are mentored through the practicalities and pitfalls of turning a hobby into a business.
9-1-1: Lone Star: “Cry Wolf”
Owen (Rob Lowe) gets pulled deeper into the FBI’s investigation of the motorcycle gang, and Carlos (Rafael L. Silva) puts his own life in danger while searching for a missing friend in the new episode “Cry Wolf.”
Night Court: “The Apartment”
In desperate need of a new apartment, Abby (Melissa Rauch) turns to Gurgs (Lacretta) and her unconventional real estate skills. Meanwhile, Dan (John Larroquette) helps Olivia (India de Beaufort) prepare for the biggest case of her career and a shot at redemption.
Finding Your Roots: “Family: Lost and Found”
Henry Louis Gates Jr. uses DNA detective work to solve family mysteries for actor Joe Manganiello and football star Tony Gonzalez, uncovering close relatives whose names they’ve never heard and compelling each man to rethink his own identity.
TCM Spotlight: Screwball Comedy: “Hepburn and Grant”
TCM, beginning at 8pm
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Love can be funny sometimes — especially so in the legendary screwball comedies made during Hollywood’s golden age. Turner Classic Movies will be highlighting some of the most memorable of these each Tuesday evening in February, grouped by various themes. Tonight’s initial lineup is heavy on Katharine Hepburn/Cary Grant pairings; you can enjoy the duo in the screwball classics Bringing Up Baby (1938), directed by Howard Hawks; the Best Picture Oscar-nominated The Philadelphia Story (1940), which earned Hepburn a Best Actress nomination, was directed by Best Director nominee George Cukor and also stars Best Actor winner James Stewart; and the Cukor-helmed Holiday (1938). These are interspersed with two other Grant-led titles, so you can also enjoy the star alongside Rosalind Russell in Hawks’ His Girl Friday (1940) and Irene Dunne in My Favorite Wife (1940).
American Auto: “Celebrity”
When Payne loses their spokesperson, Katherine (Ana Gasteyer) and the team go to great lengths to woo a new celebrity (Andy Richter), only to have second thoughts.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey
The new season of this popular reality show will feature returning cast members such as Teresa Giudice, Melissa Gorga, Jennifer Aydin, Margaret Josephs and Dolores Catania, as well as newcomers Danielle Cabral and Rachel Fuda.
The Winchesters: “Suspicious Minds”
The CW, 9pm
Carlos (Jojo Fleites) talks through a problem in his personal life, which gives Latika (Nida Khurshid) an idea about how to find the Akrida Queen, while Millie’s (Bianca Kajlich) new security system proves helpful when Mary (Meg Donnelly) and John (Drake Rodger) find an unexpected guest inside.
Superchef Grudge Match
Food Network, 9pm
This new competition pits two chefs with simmering rivalries against each other in a one-dish, winner-takes-all challenge. Champs get bragging rights and some sweet cash, but the sickest burn? Each one walks away with a frenemy’s favorite knife.
Cocreator/star Issa Rae’s Emmy-winning HBO comedy series comes to linear cable in a back-to-back Tuesday night block of episodes on OWN beginning tonight, and starting in order with the Season 1 pilot, “Insecure as F**k,” followed by “Messy as F**k.”
2023 State of the Union Address
Various Networks, 9pm Live
President Joe Biden delivers his second State of the Union address before a joint session of Congress, and the nation. Live coverage of the speech will be found across the usual news and broadcast networks — including ABC, CBS, CNN, C-SPAN, FOX, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, NBC and PBS — and elsewhere, with networks also featuring varying degrees of pre- and post-speech coverage and analysis.
History’s Greatest Heists With Pierce Brosnan
Pierce Brosnan hosts this eight-episode series that uncovers the meticulous planning, daring execution and shocking aftermath behind some of the most elaborate real-life heists in history, including the notorious Lufthansa heist, the half-billion-dollar Gardner Museum art theft, the diamond heist in Antwerp and more. The series uses dramatic re-creations, first-person witness accounts, and special effects that embed Brosnan into each heist to break down every aspect of the plans and put viewers in the center of the action.
7 Toughest Days
Nat Geo, 10pm
Adventurer Dwayne Fields takes on Earth’s most hostile worlds during their toughest time — a “deadly window” when epic natural forces combine. He has just seven days to guide himself and his camera op to the safety of civilization, overcoming epic physical and psychological challenges that lie in his path. The series will also be available to stream on Disney+ beginning tomorrow.
MLW Underground Wrestling
Reelz Channel, 10pm
This weekly series showcases the pro wrestlers of Major League Wrestling (MLW), featuring a mix of world-class fighters. Tonight’s installment offers the premiere of “Titan vs. Titan,” with Hammerstone against ex-NFL player EJ Nduka in a Last Man Standing world championship match.
How Sex Changed the World
From ancient Rome to Washington, D.C., and everywhere in between, discover how the world changes when powerful people shamelessly shatter boundaries and break rules. In this episode, a Roman empress turns to prostitution for fun, the Marquis de Sade gains a big reputation, and President Lyndon Johnson flaunts his manhood.
Wednesday, Feb. 8
Marvel Studios Assembled: “The Making of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”
Follow the production of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, as the cast and crew take on the incredible challenge of remembering T’Challa with a chapter befitting the late king. Through intimate behind-the-scenes footage and interviews, watch Shuri (Letitia Wright) assume the mantle of Wakanda’s hero and face a new foe from the ocean’s depths in Namor (Tenoch Huerta Mejía).
National Treasure: Edge of History
In “Treasure Protectors,” the Season 1 finale, Jess (Lisette Olivera) and her allies try to outwit Billie (Catherine Zeta-Jones), using Jess’ knowledge of puzzles and history to escape and protect the treasure.
Bill Russell: Legend
Featuring an interview with Bill Russell conducted prior to his passing in 2022, this documentary offers the definitive look at the remarkable life and legacy of the NBA superstar and civil rights icon.
This Kuwaiti drama is inspired by the real-life women who pioneered the country’s stock market in the 1980s.
Super Bowl Greatest Commercials: Battle of the Decades
The NFL Today’s Boomer Esiason and Daniela Ruah (NCIS: Los Angeles) host this interactive special in which viewers vote to crown the ultimate Super Bowl commercial from the last four decades.
The CW, 8pm
The ninth and final season of this show following a crime-fighting detective with super speed begins tonight, picking up one week after Barry Allen’s (Grant Gustin) battle with the Reverse Flash. Allen and Iris (Candice Patton) reconnect and grow closer than ever before, and a deadly group of Rogues descend on Central City led by a powerful new threat.
Name That Tune: “Bring the Funny”
It’s Andy Richter vs. Holly Robinson Peete and Michael Ian Black vs. Melissa Peterman in the musical guessing game’s winter finale episode “Bring the Funny.”
A massive storm causes shortages in supplies and staff while determined ob-gyn doc Hannah Asher (Jessy Schram) braves the elements to try to save a dying pregnant patient.
Dogs in the Wild: A “Nature” Miniseries
Beginning tonight and continuing the next two Wednesdays, this special Nature miniseries travels the globe to reveal the secrets of the most successful carnivore on the planet: the canids. From the recognizable and familiar, like foxes, wolves, African wild dogs and coyotes, to the lesser-known ones, such as the Japanese raccoon dog, New Guinea singing dog, dholes and dingoes, wild members of the canine family have established themselves on every continent except Antarctica.
Deadly Australians: “Deserts”
Smithsonian Channel, 8pm
Follow the predators of the Australian desert as they stalk, ensnare, slash and steal in order to survive another day. Meet a murderers’ row of Australian desert predators and discover the weapons they use to thrive in this arid hellscape.
Piano Players, Part One
TCM, beginning at 8pm
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Tonight and next Wednesday, Turner Classic Movies tickles the ivories with evenings of films featuring plenty of pianos, piano music and those who play the instrument. Most of the featured movies are biopics of real-life piano masters, while a few deal with fictional musicians. First on the program this evening is A Song to Remember (1945), a dramatized look at the life of famed Polish pianist/composer Frédéric Chopin (Best Actor Oscar nominee Cornel Wilde). Paul Muni costars as Polish composer/music theorist Józef Elsner, with Merle Oberon as French novelist George Sand, Nina Foch as Polish soprano Constantia and Stephen Bekassy as Hungarian pianist/composer Franz Liszt. Next, the drama Song of Love (1947) fictionalizes the romantic triangle among pianists/composers Clara Wieck Schumann (Katharine Hepburn), Robert Schumann (Paul Henreid) and Johannes Brahms (Robert Walker). Liszt also appears here, portrayed this time by Henry Daniell. British melodrama The Seventh Veil (1945) follows, telling the story of a concert pianist (Ann Todd) who struggles to overcome a debilitating delusional disorder focused on her hands that makes her unable to perform. James Mason and Herbert Lom costar. After minor appearances in tonight’s first two movies, Franz Liszt finally gets to be the focus of the next film: Lisztomania (1975), a typically flamboyant production from writer/director Ken Russell that offers a surreal/comedic portrayal of the musician (played by The Who’s Roger Daltrey) as the first classical pop star. Prog rock legend Rick Wakeman, who also appears as the Norse god Thor, composed the film’s soundtrack, which includes synth versions of works by Liszt and Richard Wagner. The coda for this evening’s lineup comes with another film written and directed by Russell: Mahler (1974), a similarly unique take on Austrian composer Gustav Mahler (Robert Powell). BAFTA Award winner Georgina Hale costars as Alma Mahler in this film that was nominated for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and was awarded the Technical Grand Prize there.
Not Dead Yet
A newly single self-described train wreck (Gina Rodriguez) aims to get her life back on course by taking a job writing obituaries, along with many more comedy crackerjacks: Lauren Ash (Superstore), Hannah Simone (New Girl) and guest star Martin Mull.
Abbott Elementary: “Valentine’s Day”
It’s Valentine’s Day, and second grade teacher Janine (Quinta Brunson) learns a student has a crush on her. But when she seeks advice from a colleague, she discovers a secret about another Abbott staffer.
The 10th season of this hit Real Housewives of Beverly Hills spinoff makes its explosive premiere tonight, still focusing on Lisa Vanderpump and her restaurant staff in West Hollywood as they work toward advancing their careers and relationships. This season will revolve around the divorce between Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz, who met on the show, and promises more drama, hookups and heartbreak.
The CW, 9pm
The action-filled martial arts drama returns in this midseason premiere titled “The Architect,” in which things take an unexpected turn when the Shens receive a mysterious threat the night before the grand reopening of Harmony Dumplings.
Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test: “Resilience”
In the new episode “Resilience,” the remaining celebrity recruits are put to the test by a next-level chemical warfare challenge.
Brother vs. Brother: “Extra Spaces Showdown”
Drew and Jonathan Scott face off in the final individual challenge — all the remaining indoor spaces. Ceiling issues in their dens lead to game changing decisions for each brother. Egypt Sherrod and Mike Jackson (Married to Real Estate) judge and award the winner a ride in the car of their dreams.
Trafficked With Mariana van Zeller: “Terrorist Oil”
Nat Geo, 9pm
Host Mariana van Zeller embarks on a 3,000-mile journey from Africa to the Middle East to uncover the ways in which illicit oil is fueling terrorist groups around the globe. Her investigation delves into how “black gold” is stolen and smuggled, and is finding its way into the hands of America’s most dangerous enemies.
NOVA: “Star Chasers of Senegal”
A NASA spacecraft named Lucy blasts off from Cape Canaveral on a mission to a group of asteroids over 400 million miles from Earth thought to hold important clues about the origins of our solar system. Just hours before, in Senegal, West Africa, a team of scientists sets out to capture extraordinarily precise observations that are crucial to helping navigate Lucy to its targets. The team’s leader, Senegalese astronomer Maram Kaire, takes viewers on a journey to investigate his nation’s rich and deep history of astronomy, reaching back thousands of years.
Becky (Caroline Grace Currey) and BFF Hunter (Virginia Gardner) climb a 2,000-foot TV tower in a scheme Hunter insists will help Becky get over the loss of her husband in a climbing accident. When part of the tower breaks, you’ll understand why this nail-biter’s PG-13 rating warns of “intense peril.”
A Million Little Things
The series about a tightknit group of friends who become motivated to improve their lives after one of them unexpectedly dies begins its fifth and final season.
Tough as Nails: “Skills to Pay the Bills”
Season 3 competitor and carpenter Lamar Hanger returns to guide the crews through a series of construction challenges in the new episode “Skills to Pay the Bills.”
Junior (Marcus Scribner) convinces the crew to do a digital detox, but it proves harder than anyone expected.
Thursday, Feb. 9
Peanuts Classic Special: “A Charlie Brown Valentine”
In this 2002 Peanuts special, warm and fuzzy feelings fill the air around Valentine’s Day as Snoopy (voice of Bill Melendez) writes poems about the holiday, Charlie Brown (Wesley Singerman) tries to impress the Little Red-Haired Girl, Sally (Nicolette Little) and Lucy (Lauren Schaffel) hope to get cards from their crushes, and Peppermint Patty (Emily Lalande) asks “Chuck” to the dance.
Harley Quinn: A Very Problematic Valentine’s Day Special
In this special based on the Harley Quinn adult animated series, Harley (voice of Kaley Cuoco) goes to obsessive lengths to ensure that her first Valentine’s Day with Ivy (Lake Bell) is the best ever, as Bane’s (James Adomian) efforts to impress an unexpected date go horribly awry. Meanwhile, after an unfortunate online dating encounter, Clayface (Alan Tudyk) engages in some self-love.
The 1619 Project
The limited docuseries hosted by Nikole Hannah-Jones concludes with the two episodes dropping today: “Fear” and “Justice.”
Stolen Youth: Inside the Cult at Sarah Lawrence
With unprecedented access, this three-part docuseries (all episodes available today) excerpts striking firsthand interviews with con man Larry Ray’s victims, and incorporates personal audio tapes and video recordings to tell the story of his grim, 10-year influence over a group of young people through an infamous sex cult he developed on the campus of Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York. The series follows the story of the cult’s origins in 2010 to its recent demise, as the last members find their own paths to survival in the wake of Ray’s 2022 conviction on charges including sex trafficking, extortion, forced labor and more.
My Dad the Bounty Hunter
In this 10-episode animated action/comedy, siblings Lisa (voice of Priah Ferguson) and Sean (JeCobi Swain) stow away on their father’s (Laz Alonso) latest work trip, hoping to finally get some quality time together. Little do they know that Dad has been keeping a secret from them — he’s actually the toughest bounty hunter in the galaxy. Launched into a surprise space adventure, Lisa and Sean dodge dangerous aliens, robots and laser fights as they try to help their dad in pursuit of his toughest fugitive yet.
The psychological thriller based on Caroline Kepnes’ books returns for Season 4, with Penn Badgley back as serial killer/obsessive stalker Joe Goldberg and Tati Gabrielle reprising her role as Marienne Bellamy from Season 3. New cast members include Lukas Gage, Charlotte Ritchie, Tilly Keeper, Amy-Leigh Hickman and Ed Speleers. The first five episodes of the new season drop today; the final five installments will be available March 9.
Criminal Minds: Evolution
Season 1 of this reimagining of the Criminal Minds franchise concludes. The series, which has become one of Paramount+’s top five original shows, has been renewed for a second season.
The rebooted comedy’s second season comes to a close.
The table is set for cheers, tears and pan-sears as Season 21 of Gordon Ramsay’s fiery job interview enters its final leg. Having survived weeks of team challenges and unexpected judges (Danny Trejo for taco night!), the three culinary hopefuls left standing enter the two-hour endgame with the daunting task of preparing a five-course meal fit for a stable of famed chefs, including Curtis Stone, Nancy Silverton and David Myers. Only two make it out — after that, the heat is on for a grand prize of $250,000 and the head chef spot at Hell’s Kitchen in Atlantic City. Also: Abe Sanchez returns as sous chef.
TNT, beginning at 7:30pm Live
The Chicago Bulls are at the Brooklyn Nets in the first game of tonight’s NBA doubleheader. The second game has the Milwaukee Bucks visiting the L.A. Lakers.
Young Sheldon: “A Baby Shower and a Testosterone-Rich Banter”
Sheldon (Iain Armitage) attempts male bonding, and he isn’t the only one feeling awkward — Mandy’s (Emily Osment) baby shower for the bundle of joy she’s expecting with Sheldon’s older brother Georgie (Montana Jordan) gets messy when matriarch Mary (Zoe Perry) and Mandy’s mother Audrey (Rachel Bay Jones) butt heads.
Christina in the Country: “For the Love of Family”
Christina Hall’s best friend Cassie enlists her help in renovating a home for her in-laws, Damon and Jessica. After recently being diagnosed with ALS, Jessica needs a more functional home that is wheelchair accessible. For the design, Christina focuses on form and function, emphasizing that an accessible space can and should be beautiful. Christina and her husband Josh Hall also encourage the kids to break free from technology as they hit a local store stocked with old-school games.
Star of the Month: Rita Moreno
TCM, beginning at 8pm
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Turner Classic Movies’ monthlong Thursday night celebration of legendary actress/singer/dancer Rita Moreno’s most memorable films continues tonight with four more films featuring the star in some of her earlier supporting performances. On the lineup are The King and I (1956), the Best Picture Oscar-nominated musical led by Best Actor winner Yul Brynner and Best Actress nominee Deborah Kerr; the TCM premiere of The Vagabond King, another 1956 musical, this one set in 15th-century France and starring Kathryn Grayson and Oreste Kirkop; and the Westerns Fort Vengeance (1953) and The Yellow Tomahawk (1954).
Mystic: “The Betrayal”
Family secrets are revealed; feeling betrayed by her friends, Issie (Macey Chipping) is quick to retaliate when Bianca (Madeleine Adams) takes Blaze; distracted by Gabe (Joseph Nathan), Issie breaks a promise to Natasha (Antonia Robinson).
Ghosts: “Trevor’s Body”
Trevor (Asher Grodman) receives disturbing news about his parents (guest stars Laraine Newman and Chip Zien) when they come to Woodstone B&B to collect his newly discovered remains. Tara Reid guest-stars as herself in the new episode “Trevor’s Body.”
Married to Real Estate: “Farmhouse Fixer”
Stephanie and Justin want to live the farm life in Canton, Georgia, and they need Egypt Sherrod and Mike Jackson’s help to find their ideal home and land. The couple has a baby on the way, so Egypt and Mike must find and fix the perfect property for their growing family. Inspired by their client’s vision, they also begin preparations for their own garden.
NBC & NFL Network, 9pm Live
The NFL’s season-ending accolades are handed out and the 2023 Hall of Fame class is announced in this ceremony at Symphony Hall in Phoenix. Kelly Clarkson hosts.
Taking the Stand: “Lynlee Renick”
When a renowned snake breeder named Ben Renick is found dead in his facility, law enforcement officers assume he is a victim of one of the deadly snakes; however, after a coroner finds bullet casings hidden behind some shelves, an investigation eventually leads police to Ben’s wife, Lynlee. In this episode of Taking the Stand, hosted by Dan Abrams, Lynlee will claim her innocence in front of a jury and reveal that her husband was not the perfect husband everyone assumed him to be.
TBS & truTV, 10pm
Brian “Q” Quinn, James “Murr” Murray and Sal Vulcano are back for Season 10 of their hit comedy series, which will be simulcast on truTV and TBS.
Friday, Feb. 10
Dug Days: Carl’s Date
In this special short from Pixar Animation Studios based on the hit film Up, Carl Fredricksen reluctantly agrees to go on a date with a lady friend, but admittedly has no idea how dating works these days. Ever the helpful friend, Dug steps in to calm Carl’s pre-date jitters and offer some tried-and-true tips for making friends — if you’re a dog.
Marvel Studios Legends: “Ant-Man”/“Hank & Janet”/“Wasp”
Ahead of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s latest theatrical film, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which premieres in theaters next Friday, Feb. 17, catch up with several of the film’s major characters in new installments of Legends: Scott Lang, aka Ant-Man (Paul Rudd); Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne (Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer); and Hope van Dyne, aka Wasp (Evangeline Lilly).
Love Is Blind: After the Altar
Check in with Season 3’s betrothed couples one year after their big decision to either get married or walk away single.
Your Place or Mine
Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher headline this romantic comedy as Debbie and Peter, best friends and total opposites. She craves routine with her son in Los Angeles; he thrives on change in New York City. When they swap houses and lives for a week, they discover what they think they want might not be what they really need. Jesse Williams, Steve Zahn, Tig Notaro and Zoë Chao also star.
This romantic comedy centers around Alejandro (Diego Boneta), an ambitious hotel manager, and Sophie (Monica Barbaro), a movie star navigating the politics of Hollywood. He’s focused on opening his own boutique hotel, while she is trying to focus on shooting her new superhero film in the hopes of getting her own spinoff; unfortunately, she catches her costar/boyfriend (Anders Holm) cheating on her. Fate brings them all to Alejandro’s hotel in Mexico, and despite their radically different lives, Alejandro and Sophie begin secretly meeting at midnight.
The Adventures of Robin Hood
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This action-packed, Best Picture Oscar-nominated 1938 adventure classic directed by Michael Curtiz and William Keighley took home three Academy Awards, for its editing, art direction and the rousing musical score by Erich Wolfgang Korngold. Robin Hood (Errol Flynn) accuses Prince John (Claude Rains) of treachery when he discovers his plan of overthrowing the throne while King Richard (Ian Hunter), John’s brother, is being held captive for ransom. Robin escapes John’s knights and assembles a team to help the poor who have been suffering the rich’s oppression. When Robin is lured out of the woods and finds himself sentenced to death, his men come to help, and Robin is left in the ultimate standoff with Prince John. Along with the action, the film also incorporates a subtle love story between Robin and Maid Marian (Olivia De Havilland, in one of her many popular onscreen pairings with Flynn) that does not overpower the initial plot. Basil Rathbone, Melville Cooper and Patric Knowles also star.
ESPN, beginning at 7:30pm Live
A pair of NBA contests on ESPN features the Charlotte Hornets at the Boston Celtics and the Cleveland Cavaliers at the New Orleans Pelicans.
Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur
Disney Channel, 8pm
Based on a Marvel Comics book, this new animated series follows the adventures of 13-year-old supergenius Lunella Lafayette (voice of Diamond White) and her 10-ton Tyrannosaurus pal, Devil Dinosaur (Fred Tatasciore). After Lunella accidentally brings Devil Dinosaur into present-day New York City via a time vortex, they work together to protect the city’s Lower East Side from danger.
Lopez vs. Lopez: “Lopez vs. Neighbors”
When George (George Lopez) starts a prank war with a neighborhood rival, Mayan (Mayan Lopez) is torn between loyalty to the Lopez way and her desire to preserve a new friendship. Meanwhile, Chance (Brice Gonzalez) discovers the thrill of forbidden love.
Young Rock: “Know Your Role”
Miami, 1999: Dwayne (Uli Latukefu) lands his first part on a TV show but is dismayed when he keeps getting typecast as a wrestler. While searching for his breakout role, Dwayne’s acting career takes a surprising turn.
Fire Country: “A Fair to Remember”
The crews respond to mass chaos and injuries when a ride malfunctions at the annual Edgewater town fair in the new episode “A Fair to Remember.”
Kindred Spirits: “Ghost Ships”
Travel Channel, 9pm; also streams on discovery+
Amy Bruni, Adam Berry and Chip Coffey investigate a freighter that once sailed the Great Lakes and now serves as a floating museum in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Something lurks onboard the massive ship, and it’s becoming more aggressive. Could the ghostly activity be tied to artifacts from one of the worst shipwrecks in American history?
Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom: “Chilled-Out Cheetahs”
Nat Geo, 10pm
A young zebra undergoes urgent abdominal surgery after an encounter with an eland’s horn; two meerkats jostle for top position in the meerkat mob; a frogfish is given a bone graft to mend his broken jaw; and the Disney Imagineers build a motorized ball to help keep a trio of chilled-out cheetahs entertained.
Saturday, Feb. 11
Season 16 of this long-running Canadian detective series makes its U.S. linear network premiere starting tonight. The new season features 24 episodes, including two directed by star Yannick Bisson and one written by Maureen Jennings, on whose books the series is based.
Frozen Planet II: “Frozen Peaks”
BBC America, 8pm
Found on every continent, icy “islands in the sky” pose a range of challenges for the animals that live there. Sir David Attenborough takes viewers to frigid worlds born of altitude in the new episode “Frozen Peaks.”
Masters of Illusion
The CW, 8pm
Magicians show off their best magic skills for host Dean Cain and a studio audience: Get ready to marvel at escape artists and illusionists.
The Perfect 10
Andre Braugher narrates this FOX Sports Films documentary about the 10 legendary football icons who have achieved one of the rarest dual accomplishments in all of sports: winning the Heisman Trophy and being enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
A Paris Proposal
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
An advertising account manager (Alexa PenaVega) and her colleague Sebastian (Nicholas Bishop) travel to his hometown of Paris to land the biggest account of her career and end up being mistaken for a couple by the client. Because the client is excited about the prospect of having a real-life couple in charge of his brand, it forces them to keep up appearances.
The Girl Who Escaped: The Kara Robinson Story
Elizabeth Smart returns to Lifetime as executive producer of this original film that tells the story of 15-year-old Kara Robinson (Katie Douglas), who was watering plants in her best friend’s front yard in South Carolina when she was approached by a man who put a gun to her neck, forced her into a plastic storage bin and drove off. He took Kara to his apartment, where he held her captive and sexually assaulted her for 18 hours. The film tells the harrowing story of how Kara survived her captor, Richard Evonitz (Kristian Bruun), who was later found to be a serial killer who was also responsible for the unsolved murders of at least three other young girls.
TCM Special Theme: Black History Month: “Soldiers’ Stories”
TCM, beginning at 8pm
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Turner Classic Movies’ monthlong Saturday night double feature programming block offering films related to various aspects of Black History Month continues with two military-related entries. First up is A Soldier’s Story (1984), the Best Picture Oscar-nominated mystery/drama adapted by Oscar nominee Charles Fuller from his Pulitzer Prize-winning play A Soldier’s Play. Directed by Norman Jewison, the story takes place near the end of World War II and follows an African American JAG officer (Howard E. Rollins Jr.) sent to investigate the murder of a Black sergeant near a racially segregated Army base in Louisiana. The terrific cast also includes Best Supporting Actor nominee Adolph Caesar, Art Evans, David Alan Grier, David Harris, Patti LaBelle and Denzel Washington in his second feature film appearance. Following that is Sergeant Rutledge (1960), director John Ford’s Western that centers around the fictional court-martial of the titular character (played by Woody Strode), a Black first sergeant in a “colored regiment” of the U.S. Cavalry in the early 1880s who is wrongly accused of the rape and murder of a white girl. Costarring Jeffrey Hunter, Constance Towers and Billie Burke, this was one of the first mainstream American films to offer a frank look at racism and give a starring role to a Black actor.
Rico to the Rescue: “Rescued Restoration”
After a fire destroys their home, new parents are emotionally and financially stressed as the relationship with their contractor takes a terrible turn. Now, builder Rico León and his team arrive to help these homeowners with a plan to deliver the right renovation.
Escaping Captivity: The Kara Robinson Story
In this special executive produced by Elizabeth Smart, Kara Robinson Chamberlain recounts in vivid detail the story of her abduction, restraint and subsequent escape. Now a fierce advocate for survivors and an educator for those who work with them, Kara unveils details about her life as a vivacious teen, the kidnapping, the man who abducted her and how she moved forward after her escape.
Austin City Limits: “Maren Morris”
Country singer-songwriter Maren Morris graces the ACL stage with this performance recorded in October.