All Times Eastern.
Thursday, Feb. 16
Grey’s Anatomy: “It Only Gets Much Worse”
The warring attendings put a damper on the residents’ excitement for Eliza’s (Marika Dominczyk) next phase of instruction. April (Sarah Drew) has a challenging first day in her new role at the hospital.
BBC America, beginning at 8pm
If you can’t wait for Saturday’s premiere of Planet Earth II on BBC America, enjoy this marathon of the 2009 nature documentary series Life, a visually spectacular examination of the plant and animal kingdoms. Tonight’s marathon begins with “Challenges of Life” and is followed by “Reptiles and Amphibians,” “Mammals,” “Fish,” “Birds,” “Insects,” “Hunters and Hunted,” “Creatures of the Deep,” “Plants” and “Primates.”
NBA Basketball: Boston at Chicago
TNT, 8pm Live
In the final game before the NBA breaks for All-Star Weekend in New Orleans, Dwyane Wade and the Chicago Bulls host Al Horford and the Boston Celtics.
Superstore: “Super Hot Store”
The storewide heater malfunction magnifies angry tensions between Amy (America Ferrera), Jonah (Ben Feldman) and the back warehouse employees after everyone refuses to clean up a spill. Meanwhile, Dina (Lauren Ash) and Garrett (Colton Dunn) find a way to pass the time, and Cheyenne (Nichole Bloom) helps Glenn (Mark McKinney) through an existential crisis as he tries to fix the heater himself.
Scandal: “The Belt”
Cyrus (Jeff Perry) stops at nothing to prove his innocence. Olivia (Kerry Washington) and the gladiators uncover shocking new evidence about the night Frankie (Ricardo Chavira) was shot.
Mom: “Roast Chicken and a Funny Story”
A heartbroken Bonnie (Allison Janney) drives everyone crazy and Christy (Anna Faris) begs Adam (William Fichtner) to take her back in the new episode “Roast Chicken and a Funny Story.”
In the two-hour season premiere, as he faces the prospect of buyer shutting down early this year, Troy promotes Chase to captain of his own boat. Daniel Edgar calls in his son to help fill tags, while RJ and Jay Paul hunt on separate boats for the first time ever.
Chicago Med: “Cold Front”
The doctors and nurses of Chicago Med brace for an influx of trauma patients when a multi-vehicle accident during a blizzard finds the hospital in full scramble mode.
Bringing Up Bates: “Shakeups, Steaks, and Showtime!”
UP TV, 9pm
Lawson’s hard work has finally paid off! He’s finally releasing his CD of original songs and gearing up for his first big tour, but faces the pressure of a big charity concert. Meanwhile, Zach and Whitney get a much deserved date night, but the other Bates kids struggle with their babysitting responsibilities.
How to Get Away With Murder: “It’s War”
Annalise (Viola Davis) makes it her mission to take down Denver and Atwood. Meanwhile, Nate (Billy Brown) makes a shocking discovery and Asher (Matt McGorry), Connor (Jack Falahee), Michaela (Aja Naomi King), Laurel (Karla Souza) and Oliver (Conrad Ricamora) continue to wrestle with the weight of Wes’ murder.
Training Day: “Trigger Time”
The rift between Kyle (Justin Cornwell) and Frank (Bill Paxton) grows when Kyle refuses to adhere to one of Frank’s morally ambiguous rules in the new episode “Trigger Time.” But the pair must put aside their differences when they learn the notorious hitman known as “El Cucuy” is targeting members of the Russian mob in Los Angeles.
The Blacklist: “The Architect”
Aram (Amir Arison) goes undercover as a hacker in order to identify a notorious criminal (guest star Brent Spiner) who, for a price, will design, construct and execute the perfect crime. Tom (Ryan Eggold) expands his search for missing details about his childhood, while Red (James Spader) takes action to locate the source of his compromised business operations.
USA Network, 10pm
When the Resistance reaches out to Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies), Will (Josh Holloway) chooses to help his wife bury her past. The labor camp gets a visit from Maddie (Amanda Righetti) and Nolan (Adrian Pasdar).
Friday, Feb. 17
“Star Trek: The Original Series” Marathon
BBC America, beginning at 4pm
BBC America presents a six-episode stunt of the original 1960s Star Trek TV series, including favorites like “A Taste of Armageddon,” “The Devil in the Dark,” “Errand of Mercy” and “The City on the Edge of Forever.”
NBA All-Star Celebrity Game
ESPN, 7pm Live
Celebs from the worlds of film, television, music and sports take the court at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and show off their hoops skills.
Grimm: “Blind Love”
Rosalee (Bree Turner) surprises Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) with a getaway for his birthday and invites most of the gang to join them. Things take a shocking turn when a hotel employee targets Nick (David Giuntoli) in an effort to avenge his father.
Emerald City: “Lions in Winter”
When Dorothy (Adria Arjona) and Lucas (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) arrive at Glinda’s (Joely Richardson) castle, she reclaims something for which she has been searching. Meanwhile, the Wizard (Vincent D’Onofrio) heads to the Kingdom of Ev to build his weapons arsenal.
Great Performances: “New York City Ballet in Paris”
Thrill to the company’s all-Balanchine program of ballet masterpieces, including the Walpurgisnacht Ballet and La Valse, set to music of Gounod and Ravel, respectively, recorded in the City of Light.
BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge
TNT, 9pm Live
The NBA’s top rookies and sophomores hit the hardwood when Team USA takes on Team World.
Blue Bloods: “Hard Bargain”
Guest Star Alert!
Kevin Dillon guest-stars as Danny’s (Donnie Wahlberg) brother-in-law Jimmy in the new episode “Hard Bargain.” Jimmy gets into trouble with the mob, and he begs Danny to help him stay safe until it blows over. Also, Frank (Tom Selleck) faces a public relations nightmare when a lawyer demands that NYPD officers’ disciplinary records be made public.
Saturday, Feb. 18
College Basketball: Kansas at Baylor
CBS, 1pm Live
A big college basketball clash between top Big 12 powers is in store today at Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas, as the Kansas Jayhawks visit the Baylor Bears.
In the new episode “Regeneration,” Eric (Luke Roberts) and other guests at an annual retreat are taken hostage by the fanatical leader of a militia group.
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: The Clash at Daytona
FS1, 8pm Live
Speedweeks at Daytona International Speedway begin tonight with The Clash at Daytona (formerly known as The Unlimited), featuring a field of elite Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (formerly known as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series) drivers competing in a 75-lap non-points race.
State Farm All-Star Saturday 2017
TNT, 8pm Live
Catch three of the premier events of the NBA’s All-Star Weekend — the skills challenge, 3-point shootout and high-flying dunk contest.
Planet Earth II
BBC America, 9pm
Originally scheduled to premiere on Jan. 28, this six-part series is the long-awaited sequel to the groundbreaking 2007 nature documentary series Planet Earth. Renowned natural history filmmaker Sir David Attenborough narrates, with a score composed and produced by Hans Zimmer’s Bleeding Fingers Music. Tonight’s premiere is “Islands,” followed next Saturday by “Mountains.” Other future episodes are “Jungles,” “Deserts,” “Grasslands” and “Cities.”
Sunday, Feb. 19
NHL Hockey Day in America
NBC & NBCSN, beginning at 12:30pm Live
NBC and NBCSN combine to televise four games today in celebration of Hockey Day in America. NBC airs the Washington Capitals at the N.Y. Rangers and the Detroit Red Wings at the Pittsburgh Penguins. NBCSN takes over in the evening with the Chicago Blackhawks at the Buffalo Sabres and the Boston Bruins at the San Jose Sharks.
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Daytona 500 Qualifying
FOX, 3pm Live
FOX has live coverage of Daytona 500 qualifying as Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers take solo turns on the 2.5-mile tri-oval for a shot at the pole position on race day and a spot in the Can-Am Duels qualifying races.
The Good Fight
CBS’ The Good Wife spinoff debuts on the network, then moves to its online subscription service, CBS All Access, debuting new episodes weekly. The Good Fight launches one year after the events of The Good Wife’s series finale and stars Wife alumni Christine Baranski, Sarah Steele and Cush Jumbo reprising their roles. Following a financial scandal, Baranski’s Diane Lockhart and her protégé Maya (Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie) join Jumbo’s Lucca Quinn at a prominent Chicago firm.
Long Island Medium
During tonight’s star-studded premiere, medium Theresa Caputo meets with Rosie O’Donnell and connects with both of her parents through spirit; Mike & Molly star Billy Gardell receives validations from his late grandfather and mother-in-law; Empire star Ta’Rhonda Jones hears from a deceased cousin; and Mo’Nique is reunited with a relative and a famous deceased comedian.
NBA All-Star Game
TNT, 8:20pm Live
The NBA’s best head to the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans for the high-scoring East vs. West spectacle that is the NBA All-Star Game.
Son of Zorn: “All Hail Son of Zorn”
Seeing an opportunity to get Linda’s old job back, Zorn increases Sanitation Solutions’ business by tapping into the Zephyrian market. And Alan needs Zorn’s help to become prom king so he can win Layla back.
The Walking Dead: “New Best Friends”
While searching for a missing Alexandrian, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the group come upon a mysterious collective whose inhabitants are unlike any they’ve encountered before.
NCIS: Los Angeles: “Payback”
In the new episode “Payback,” emotions run high for the team as one agent is held in an unknown location and tortured by the mole, while another discovers he was betrayed by someone he never suspected.
When Calls the Heart: “Words From the Heart”
Hallmark Channel, 9pm
Hallmark’s historical drama returns for a romantic fourth season. As Elizabeth (Erin Krakow) and Jack (Daniel Lissing) coach the children of Hope Valley in baseball, Elizabeth struggles to help a young boy come to terms with an old injury.
Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Higher Ground
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans handyman and blues singer-songwriter Gabe Recolte was left homeless before he could express his love for club owner Hattie. Years later, Oliver (Eric Mabius) and his team of postal detectives (Kristin Booth, Crystal Lowe and Geoff Gustafson) retrieve Gabe’s love letter and face challenges in solving the mystery.
Big Little Lies
Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman executive produce and star in this twisty, comedy-laced drama based on Liane Moriarty’s bestseller about a group of struggling moms in an affluent seaside town, what really goes on behind our closed doors and how hard we work to edit the story — in public, on social media and in our own minds. Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, James Tupper, Alexander Skarsgård and Zoë Kravitz costar.
Season 2 picks up immediately after the explosive Season 1 finale, which ended in a head-to-head confrontation between U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti) and billionaire hedge fund king Bobby “Axe” Axelrod (Damian Lewis), in their battle to retain the power positions they’ve spent a lifetime building. It’s law versus money, with power, sex and the soul of New York in the balance. Maggie Siff stars as Wendy Rhoades, Chuck’s estranged wife, who has become a top performance coach in the hedge fund world. Malin Akerman plays Lara Axelrod, Axe’s fiercely loyal and street-smart wife. Season 2 finds all of them vying for control, as it’s a choice between evolution and extinction. Toby Leonard Moore, David Costabile and Condola Rashad also star.
Comedian Pete Holmes and uber-producer Judd Apatow executive produce this salty comedy based on Holmes’ own experiences and liberally spiked with stage performances. Holmes plays a sweet-natured, suburban New York youth pastor turned wannabe standup comic — an aspiration that frustrates his wife (Orange Is the New Black’s Lauren Lapkus) into finding love elsewhere. With his life turned on its ear and nowhere to call home, Holmes is pushed into the deep end of the standup scene. Will he sink or swim?
Monday, Feb. 20
In this 2014 thriller, Robert McCall (Denzel Washington) is living a quiet “new” life. He works hard at the local home improvement store but suffers from insomnia in a big way. His past experiences will help when he finds himself caught between Russian gangsters and a young woman he just wants to keep safe.
Unlocking the Cage
This documentary explores the animal rights lawyer Steven Wise’s 30-year struggle to break down the legal wall that separates animals from humans. Wise and his legal team, the Nonhuman Rights Project (NhRP), seek to transform an animal from a “thing” with no rights to a “person” with legal protections.
The Talk — Race in America
In the wake of recent tragic and fatal events between men of color and law enforcement, learn how black and Hispanic families counsel their kids to stay safe if they are stopped by the police.
This new series continues the story started in last year’s breakout TV film of the same name, about three friends fulfilling their hip hop dreams in New York City in 1990. The series stars Wood Harris, Mack Wilds, Afton Williamson, Evan Handler, David Call and rapper Clifford “Method Man” Smith, and also features incredible music and performances.
Rihanna channels her inner Janet Leigh when she joins the cast as Marion Crane for the drama’s fifth and final season. We’ve gotta say, we can’t wait for the Barbadian beauty to take on Hitchcock’s legendary shower scene …
Scorpion: “Dirty Seeds, Done Dirt Cheap”
Strange things are sprouting in the new episode “Dirty Seeds, Done Dirt Cheap.” When a simple mission to protect a vital seed bank goes awry, Team Scorpion must save three of their own when they begin suffering from life-threatening, fear-based hallucinations.
Timeless: “The Red Scare”
With one of group’s lives on the line, the team chases Flynn (Goran Visnjic) to 1954 through the paranoid corridors of Joe McCarthy’s (guest star Spencer Garrett) Washington, D.C., en route to a secret, once-a-generation meeting of Rittenhouse leaders. While there, Lucy (Abigail Spencer) must wager the ultimate sacrifice to save history as we know it.
Tuesday, Feb. 21
New Girl: “Rumspringa”
Guest Star Alert!
The Walking Dead’s Sonequa Martin-Green guest-stars as Winston’s wife, Rhonda, and Winston enlists Cece’s help to turn “the current Mrs.” into “the former Mrs.”
NCIS: “A Many Splendored Thing”
The new episode “A Many Splendored Thing” finds Bishop (Emily Wickersham) more determined than ever to seek revenge for the murder of her late boyfriend Qasim (Rafi Silver) after Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and the team find a new lead in the Chen case.
American Masters: “Maya Angelou”
Journey through the prolific life of the I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings author and activist who inspired generations with lyrical modern African-American thought. Features new interviews with Oprah Winfrey, Common, the Clintons and others.
The Trip: 2017
Travel Channel, 8pm
This one-hour special is a complement to the online sweepstakes Travel Channel is running through March 24. Here, hosts Samantha Brown and Jack Maxwell showcase the distinct attractions, cuisines and luxuries that make the beach locales that are part of the sweepstakes’ prize itinerary so special.
American Housewife: “The Man Date”
Greg (Diedrich Bader) makes his first good friend in Westport — a fellow history buff named Stan (guest star Timothy Omundson), who just so happens to be married to Katie’s (Katy Mixon) nemesis Chloe Brown Mueller (Jessica St. Clair).
Fresh Off the Boat: “The Gloves Are Off”
Guest Star Alert!
Jessica (Constance Wu) unwittingly befriends Marvin’s (Ray Wise) ex-wife, Sarah (guest star Heather Locklear), and tries to help her and Honey (Chelsey Crisp) mend their longstanding rift. Meanwhile, Louis (Randall Park) enlists the boys in a mission to determine Grandma’s (Lucille Soong) true age in hopes of surprising her with a new — and free — motorized wheelchair.
This Is Us: “Memphis”
Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and William (Ron Cephas Jones) take a road trip to Memphis, where Randall learns about his biological father’s past.
Stranded With a Million Dollars
In this new reality series, 10 strangers are stranded on an island with only the clothes on their back and one million dollars. Every meal, supply and creature comfort comes with a high price tag, leaving the contestants weighing the cost of survival. At the end of 40 days, anyone who hasn’t tapped out splits whatever prize money is left.
Chicago Fire: “Purgatory”
After exercising his disdain and authority over Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker), Chief Anderson (guest star Michael Hanrahan) reassigns members of 51 to various houses around town, citing the need for improvement. The ramifications are felt by the crew, who are left to make the best of their respective situations in their new surroundings.
One of TV’s funniest and all-too-honest comedies returns for a second season. The series is created, written and executive produced by Jason Jones (who stars as Nate) and his powerhouse wife Samantha Bee (who makes a guest appearance this season). Thankfully Season 2 finds the Parker family making more terrible and questionable parenting decisions as they move their family to New York City. Everyone is excited for Nate’s new job opportunity — except for Robin (Natalie Zea), who knows that a move to the big city means her mysterious past may catch up with her. While Nate and Robin adjust to new jobs, new neighbors and old flames, their resilient children dive headfirst into the awkwardness of adolescence. Other guest stars this season include James Cromwell, John Oliver, Laura Benanti, Jeffrey Vincent Parise and Max Casella.
Wednesday, Feb. 22
Blindspot: “Draw O Caesar, Erase a Coward”
After a set of tattoos produces multiple leads, the team divides into unlikely pairings — Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) and Roman (Luke Mitchell), Jane (Jaimie Alexander) and Zapata (Audrey Esparza), Patterson (Ashley Johnson) and Reade (Rob Brown) — to chase down a deadly underworld courier.
Spy in the Wild: “Bad Behavior”
Spy Creatures infiltrate the underground world of animal mischief, crime and retribution. Spy Monkey is in the crossfire as real monkeys fight over beach-bar alcohol. Spy Egret is also a waterhole victim when elephants throw mud everywhere!
Speechless: “O-S—OSCAR P-A—PARTY”
When the DiMeos throw their annual Oscar party, Maya (Minnie Driver) feels threatened by seemingly perfect mom Becca (guest star Michaela Watkins). Meanwhile, Jimmy (John Ross Bowie) encourages the fathers at the party to let loose, while Ray (Mason Cook) tries to impress a girl by pretending to be someone he’s not.
Criminal Minds: “Collision Course”
In the new episode “Collision Course,” the BAU investigates the cause of several fatal car crashes involving drivers and pedestrians.
College Basketball: Louisville at North Carolina
ESPN, 9pm Live
The Louisville Cardinals head to the Dean E. Smith Center in Chapel Hill, N.C., for a matchup against the North Carolina Tar Heels tonight on ESPN.
NOVA: “Why Trains Crash”
Trains are essential for moving freight and people throughout the world, but they are far from accident-free. Follow investigators as they probe the wreckage of infamous accidents and watch safety experts test the latest crash-prevention designs.
The Magicians: “Cheat Day”
Quentin (Jason Ralph) adjusts to his new life; Penny (Arjun Gupta) seeks help from an unexpected source; Eliot (Hale Appleman) and Margo (Summer Bishil) contend with the dangers of ruling; Julia (Stella Maeve) and Kady (Jade Tailor) discover another consequence of Reynard’s attack.
Eight new episodes are on tap for the second half of Season 5, where Capt. Sharon Raydor (Mary McDonnell) will lead her team of detectives in solving more mysteries.
Doubt: “Then and Now”
As Sadie (Katherine Heigl) tries to keep her relationship with Billy (Steven Pasquale) strictly professional, she works on a case involving one of Isaiah’s (Elliott Gould) oldest friends in the new episode “Then and Now.”
Chicago P.D.: “Favor, Affection, Malice or Ill-Will”
When Lindsay (Sophia Bush) is tipped off about a grieving father looking to avenge his daughter’s death, Olinsky (Elias Koteas) goes undercover as a hitman-for-hire. With Gang Intelligence lacking enough evidence to arrest the original gangbanger in question, the team works to reinvestigate the case.
City in the Sky: “Arrival”
What goes up must come down — and getting passengers safely back to earth depends on complex global networks and some astonishing technology. Around the world, 100,000 flights a day make touchdown — almost every one safely. Learn what’s involved.
The Expanse: “Home”
The Rocinante chases an asteroid as it hurtles toward Earth.
Suits: “Quid Pro Quo”
USA Network, 10pm
When Mike’s (Patrick J. Adams) class action hits a snag, it might cost him more than the case. Harvey (Gabriel Macht), Louis (Rick Hoffman) and Rachel (Meghan Markle) consider getting their hands dirty, while Donna (Sarah Rafferty) and Benjamin (David Reale) seek an investor.
Thursday, Feb. 23
“The Hunt” Marathon
BBC America, beginning at 12pm
BBC America presents all seven episodes of the 2016 nature documentary series The Hunt, which dramatically and beautifully presented stunning footage of animals’ life-and-death struggles to eat or avoid being eaten.
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Can-Am Duels
FS1, 7pm Live
NASCAR Speedweeks at Daytona International Speedway features tonight’s Can-Am Duels, two 150-mile qualifying races that determine the starting lineup for Sunday’s Monster Energy Cup Series season-opening Daytona 500.
Superstore: “Wellness Fair”
When Amy (America Ferrera) sees Mateo (Nico Santos) out on a secret date with Jeff (recurring guest star Michael Bunin), she ignores Garrett’s (Colton Dunn) advice to stay out of it, and ends up throwing multiple relationships — both real and imagined — into chaos. Meanwhile, Glenn (Mark McKinney) resents Jonah (Ben Feldman) for outshining him during Cloud 9’s wellness fair, and Dina (Lauren Ash) tries to prove that Amy faked an illness.
TNT, beginning at 8pm Live
The NBA returns from All-Star Weekend tonight, and TNT features a compelling doubleheader with the N.Y. Knicks at the Cleveland Cavaliers, followed by the L.A. Clippers at the Golden State Warriors.
How to Get Away With Murder: “He Made a Terrible Mistake/Wes”
Tonight’s two-hour, two-episode finale begins with Annalise (Viola Davis) attempting to thwart a surprising new angle in the D.A.’s case, as alliances shift amongst the Keating 4 when they discover crucial information about Wes’s (Alfred Enoch) death. In the second hour, Annalise and the Keating 4 discover just how far they’ll go to save themselves, while chilling details from the night of the fire reveal who really killed Wes.
Mom: “Night Swimmin’ and an English Muffin”
Guest Star Alert!
Wendie Malick guest-stars in the new episode “Night Swimmin’ and an English Muffin.” When Bonnie (Allison Janney) discovers Adam (William Fichtner) is still close with his ex-wife Danielle (Malick), Christy (Anna Faris) worries the emotional fallout could jeopardize Bonnie’s sobriety.
While we’re bummed Red’s season goes on hiatus, we’ve got Tom Keen’s new journey — The Blacklist: Redemption — to fill the void.
Training Day: “Code of Honor”
When Frank’s (Bill Paxton) longtime friend and informant is killed by Yakuza assassins, his quest for revenge jeopardizes an FBI operation against the Yakuza in the new episode “Code of Honor.”
This eight-part series tells the story of Sun Records’ historic Million Dollar Quartet recording sessions, featuring Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins. Chad Michael Murray stars as Sun Records founder Sam Phillips, with Drake Milligan playing Elvis Presley, Kevin Fonteyne as Johnny Cash, Billy Gardell playing Presley’s manager Colonel Tom Parker, and twins Christian and Jonah Lees playing real-life cousins Jerry Lee Lewis and Jimmy Swaggart.
The Blacklist: Redemption
The elusive criminals from Red’s infamous list get their own spinoff as members of a covert mercenary team set on righting wrongs that are too shady for legitimate governments to touch. Unbeknownst to the team’s gorgeous and cunning head, Susan “Scottie” Hargrave (Famke Janssen), her newest team member, Tom Keen (Ryan Eggold), is her son who was kidnapped decades before. Other team members include Tom’s nemesis Matias Solomon (Edi Gathegi), weapons expert Nez Rowan (Tawny Cypress) and hacker Dumont (Adrian Martinez). Eggold tells us, “If you like spy shows or films, if you like action, if you like fast-paced, if you’re into that stuff, then I know you’re going to like the show.”
Friday, Feb. 24
In Netflix’s first global competition series, 108 competitors — 18 each from six countries — take their shot at running one of the most physically demanding obstacle courses ever devised, known as “The Beast.” Each of the 10 hourlong episodes will feature 12 competitors, two from each country. Each country also has its own hosts; Terry Crews and Charissa Thompson handle the duties for the United States. Other countries competing are Brazil, South Korea, Mexico, Germany and Japan.
I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore
When a depressed woman is burglarized, she finds a new sense of purpose by tracking down the thieves alongside her obnoxious neighbor. But they soon find themselves dangerously out of their depth against a pack of degenerate criminals. Melanie Lynskey, Elijah Wood, David Yow and Jane Levy star.
Bozer’s (Justin Hires) first overseas mission goes terribly wrong when Mac (Lucas Till) and the team are blamed for a terrorist bombing and the Phoenix Foundation is forced to disavow them in the new episode “Ruler.”
Grimm: “The Son Also Rises”
Deadly attacks on a team of scientists lead Nick (David Giuntoli), Hank (Russell Hornsby) and Wu (Reggie Lee) on an investigation unlike any they have had before. Meanwhile, as the research continues into the origins of the cloth, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner) learn that Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) is still feeling the aftereffects of the death grip.
Emerald City: “The Villain That’s Become”
As the Wizard (Vincent D’Onofrio) arrives in the Kingdom of Ev, an intense negotiation may lead to a standoff with Langwidere (Stefanie Martini). Dorothy (Adria Arjona) and Lucas (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) find themselves on opposite sides. Meanwhile, Jack (Gerran Howell) makes a decision that may have deadly consequences.
Great Performances: “New York City Ballet Symphony in C”
Enjoy two classic ballets by George Balanchine: Georges Bizet’s sparkling Symphony in C, and the rarely seen Sonatine to the music of Maurice Ravel, in performance in Paris.
Uncommon Sense Live
MTV2, 11:30pm Live
Heading into its third season, the Charlamagne Tha God-hosted series is reinvented as a live weekly destination to make “uncommon sense” out of the news. Viewers will also have the opportunity to call or Skype in as Charlamagne and guests have in-depth, open and real conversations exploring all sides of an issue.
Saturday, Feb. 25
CBS, beginning at 12pm Live
With March Madness closing in, CBS airs a Saturday afternoon college basketball tripleheader featuring SMU at Connecticut, Florida at Kentucky and Duke at Miami.
2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards
IFC, 5pm Live
Comedians Nick Kroll and John Mulaney host the 32nd edition of these awards, which celebrates the best of independent film, honors artist-driven films made with limited means, and promotes these films to a wider audience.
Ransom: “Say What You Did”
In the new episode “Say What You Did,” Eric (Luke Roberts) and the team must delve into a senator’s darkest secrets to try to bring his kidnapped daughter home.
NHL Stadium Series: Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
NBC, 8pm Live
There’s a mystique about playing hockey outdoors, and tonight in primetime, the Philadelphia Flyers take on the Penguins under the lights of Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field in this NHL Stadium Series game.
NBA Basketball: Chicago at Cleveland
ABC, 8:30pm Live
Dwyane Wade leads the Chicago Bulls into Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena for this Saturday primetime meeting with LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Planet Earth II: “Mountains”
BBC America, 9pm
Episode 2 of BBC America’s Planet Earth II climbs high into the world’s great mountain ranges, where only a few pioneering animals — among the most elusive and mysterious on the planet — have what it takes to survive.