All Times Eastern.
Sunday, Feb. 10
The Walking Dead
The back half of Season 9 finds the survivors facing a new threat: the Whisperers, who disguise themselves in the flesh of the dead. “It’s a whole other ballgame right now,” says series star Norman Reedus. “The bad guys that we have coming now are just the scariest bad guys we’ve had on this show in forever.” Reedus shares that the series has enjoyed an emotional renaissance under new showrunner Angela Kang, saying, “We’re making the show we want to make again.”
— The Walking Dead AMC (@WalkingDead_AMC) November 26, 2018
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series
FOX & FS1, beginning at 12pm Live
NASCAR gears up for the start of the 2019 season as FOX airs qualifying to determine the pole position for the 61st Daytona 500. Then on FS1, the Advance Auto Parts Clash features an invitation-only field of the sport’s biggest stars battling in a 75-lap exhibition.
61st Annual Grammy Awards
CBS, 8pm Live
The Recording Academy honors the best in music at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards ceremony from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Top nominees are Kendrick Lamar, Drake, producer Boi-1da, Brandi Carlile, Cardi B, Childish Gambino, H.E.R., Lady Gaga, Maren Morris, producer Sounwave and mastering engineer Mike Bozzi.
Autopsy: The Last Hours Of …
REELZ Channel, 8pm
Each episode of this docuseries reveals the truth behind the controversial and mysterious deaths of celebrities and people whose passings were often surrounded by elements of shock, scandal and intense media attention. New hourlong episodes will focus on the lives and final hours of Christopher Reeve (in tonight’s episode), Michael Clarke Duncan, Rue McClanahan, Howard Hughes, Luther Vandross, John Candy and Rick James.
Bob’s Burgers: “Bed, Bob and Beyond”
A Valentine’s Day fight between Bob and Linda has the kids feeling confused.
Emma Fielding Mysteries: More Bitter Than Death
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
While hosting an annual gathering of archeologists, Emma Fielding (Courtney Thorne-Smith) is thrust into a murder mystery when the president of her organization is poisoned. Emma and her FBI pal Jim Conner (James Tupper) work to uncover the killer from a long list of suspects, including Emma’s self-important former fiancé (Mark Valley).
The Price of Fame
REELZ Channel, 9pm
The series returns to again show how the road to stardom can be paved with amazing and devastating public and private events. New hourlong episodes look at Robert Downey Jr. (in tonight’s episode), Angelina Jolie, Mackenzie Phillips and the cast of Diff’rent Strokes.
Margaret: The Rebel Princess
In this two-part series, learn how Princess Margaret’s life and loves reflected the social and sexual revolution that transformed the Western world during the 20th century, and redefined society’s image of the modern princess.
America’s Lost Vikings
Science Channel, 10pm
There is evidence that Vikings landed on the coast of North America 500 years before Christopher Columbus. Beyond this, however, the trail goes cold. In this series, archaeologists and explorers Blue Nelson and Mike Arbuthnot use state-of-the-art science to solve the mystery of just how far the Norsemen may have explored into America.
New episodes of The Walking Dead mean fresh episodes of the Chris Hardwick-hosted aftershow, which features interviews, clips and exclusives from actors, producers and celebrity superfans.
Ride With Norman Reedus
AMC, 12:28am (late night)
The Season 3 premiere of the free-wheeling travel series finds Norman Reedus enjoying England with Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Andrew Lincoln and Ian Anderson. “Jeff and I rode to Stonehenge from London after I’d visited Buckingham Palace and met all the beefeaters. There’s a whole group of beefeaters that ride motorcycles. They’re called the Beefeaters Motorcycle Club. We went to Stonehenge, and then we went up to meet Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull, who’s Andy’s father-in-law.”
Monday, Feb. 11
Arrow: “Star City Slayer”
The CW, 8pm
Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) are disappointed after they learn that William (guest star Jack Moore) is hiding something from them. Wanting to focus on his family, Oliver steps back from his Green Arrow duties and lets the team take over tracking down a serial killer. However, when the team becomes targets for the killer, things take a bloody turn.
The Amazing Spider-Man
Andrew Garfield steps into the webslinger’s suit in this 2012 superhero reboot that focuses on Peter Parker’s formative years, and how he becomes Spider-Man. His first villain is a scientist who has transformed himself into a menacing giant lizard. Emma Stone and Denis Leary also star. The 2014 sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2 follows.
Eight Days That Made Rome: “The Colosseum’s Grand Opening”
Smithsonian Channel, 8pm
Historian Bettany Hughes takes viewers back to A.D. 80 and opening day at Rome’s Colosseum, a giant new landmark for the world’s greatest city where the people could revel in bloodthirsty entertainments. Hughes examines how the ritualized violence of the games played a crucial role in affirming the Romans’ sense of who they were and what they had achieved.
Man With a Plan: “Yeah, Maybe”
When Adam (Matt LeBlanc) and Andi (Liza Snyder) have a disagreement at the office, they must find a way to solve it so it doesn’t become a problem at home in the new episode “Yeah, Maybe.”
The Duggars, Seewalds and Vuolos are at it again with major news and big adjustments, from the highs of budding relationships, strengthening marriages and new faces to heartbreaks that test the strength of love and underscore the importance of faith and family.
I Am the Night: “Dark Flower”
A visit from Billis (Yul Vazquez) and the LAPD leaves Jay (Chris Pine) wondering how close he’s getting to the truth. Fauna (India Eisley) must reconcile Corinna’s (Connie Nielsen) revelations with the suspicion that Corinna is hiding Fauna’s mother, Tamar.
Studio 54 not only redefined the nightclub, but also came to symbolize the hedonistic era of the ’70s. Nearly 40 years after Studio 54 opened, this documentary tells the real story behind the greatest club of all time.
Manifest: “Hard Landing”
When Michaela (Melissa Roxburgh) meets the mysterious James Griffin (guest star Marc Menchaca) during a police investigation, the passengers learn what happens when the callings fall into the wrong hands. Meanwhile, Jared (J.R. Ramirez) finds out about Zeke (guest star Matt Long).
Independent Lens: “Hale County This Morning, This Evening”
Visit the world of Hale County in Alabama. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments in the lives of people in the community, the film offers a richly detailed glimpse at life in America’s Black Belt.
Seth MacFarlane, Mike Barker and Matt Weitzman’s irreverent animated comedy returns with new episodes following the superpatriotic CIA agent Stan Smith (voiced by MacFarlane) and the misadventures of his unconventional family in Langley Falls.
Tuesday, Feb. 12
American Housewife: “Disconnected”
Katie (Katy Mixon) plans a “friend date” in hopes of reconnecting with Taylor (Meg Donnelly) and encourages Greg (Diedrich Bader) to attend self-help guru Johnny Diamond’s (guest star Cheyenne Jackson) seminar with Oliver (Daniel DeMaggio). Meanwhile, Anna-Kat (Julia Butters) takes extreme measures to secure her place as Katie’s favorite child.
NCIS reopens a missing persons case after a 9-year-old girl (guest star Sunnie Pelant) is found hiding in a storage unit in the new episode “She.”
The Flash: “Cause and XS”
The CW, 8pm
After Iris (Candice Patton) lands in serious danger, Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) races to save her mother. Barry (Grant Gustin) puts the finishing touches on the metahuman cure, leaving Cisco (Carlos Valdes) with a rare night off, so he decides to take Kamilla (guest star Victoria Park) on a date.
Lethal Weapon: “Coyote Ugly”
When Cole (Seann William Scott) and Murtaugh (Damon Wayans) investigate a case involving a father and daughter crossing the Mexican border, they end up uncovering a major issue with California Border Patrol.
Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates Jr.: “Roots in Politics”
Host Henry Louis Gates Jr. explores the diverse family histories of politicians Paul Ryan, Tulsi Gabbard and Marco Rubio. They each see a shared vision of the great American melting pot reflected in their ancestors’ stories.
TNT, beginning at 8pm Live
The Boston Celtics are up against the Philadelphia 76ers in a clash of Eastern Conference contenders. Then, the Utah Jazz are in the Bay Area to face the Golden State Warriors in TNT’s second game.
The Kids Are Alright: “Valentine’s Day”
To inspire Timmy (Jack Gore) to take better care of his personal hygiene, Peggy (Mary McCormack) decides to take matters into her own hands. But a concerned Mike (Michael Cudlitz) fears that Peggy’s meddling is causing Timmy to develop insecurities and robbing him of his passion for performance.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Erika Girardi, Dorit Kemsley, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, and Lisa Vanderpump are joined by new housewife Denise Richards and friend Camille Grammer for a jaw-dropping season sprinkled with exhilarating highs and shocking lows.
FBI: “Partners in Crime”
Maggie (Missy Preregrym) and OA (Zeeko Zaki) are on a mission to find a couple who are behind a spree of violent armed robberies that resulted in the death of an off-duty police officer in the new episode “Partners in Crime.”
Food Truck Nation: “Pho, Paella and Meatballs”
Cooking Channel, 9pm
Host Brad Miller visits a food truck in Raleigh, N.C., where crowds are going wild for 30 unusual meatball creations. Next, it’s on to Lakewood, Calif., to board a food truck that’s giving locals an authentic taste of Spanish paella. Finally, Brad hits up a husband-and-wife-owned food truck in Los Angeles that has earned a cult following with its complex pho.
This Is Us: “Songbird Road: Part Two”
Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and Kate (Chrissy Metz) reflect on differing memories of their childhood.
Halle Berry and Lena Waithe are executive producers of this half-hour comedy based on the 1992 romantic comedy film starring Eddie Murphy, Robin Givens and Berry. The series follows Bryson (Tequan Richmond), the son of Givens’ character in the movie, and Simone (Tetona Jackson), the daughter of Murphy and Berry’s characters, as they try to step out of their parents’ shadows and make legacies of their own.
NCIS: New Orleans: “X”
Guest Star Alert!
Fun fact: The U.S. Navy has a handful of active-duty entomologists who aid sailors and Marines in treating and preventing insect-borne illnesses, and help with pest control on vessels. LeVar Burton guest-stars in the new episode “X,” in which a Navy entomologist and a dangerous virus both disappear after a deadly shooting at a research lab.
Discovery Channel, 10pm
Paul Teutul Sr. and Jr. are back for a season that will feature even bigger motorcycle builds. While the father and son continue to work with famous athletes, top businesses and celebrities, Paul Sr. takes a risk at Orange County Choppers as he moves his bike designs in a different direction. But he also jumps at a chance to go back to his roots, designing a throwback line of affordable motorcycles. Meanwhile, Paul Jr. challenges himself to build a streamlined bike for the MLB Network, all to impress his father, who recommended him for the job.
The Many Lives of Nick Buoniconti
This sports documentary tells the remarkable tale of Nick Buoniconti, a 78-year-old NFL Hall of Famer whose story encompasses turns as a linebacker, lawyer, sports agent, broadcaster, executive and philanthropist.
New Amsterdam: “The Blues”
Max (Ryan Eggold) continues to work to solve underlying problems within the hospital despite his continuing struggles with treatment. Meanwhile, Reynolds (Jocko Sims) makes the choice to do a costly surgery to determine an elusive diagnosis, and Bloom (Janet Montgomery) must face her personal demons head-on.
Simon Rich adapts his book What in God’s Name into this funny “heaven-set workplace comedy” that turns the perception of heaven on its head while making the case that humans are worth saving. Heaven Inc. is a company run by a God (Steve Buscemi) who has become disengaged with humanity and is ready to give up on Earth for new pursuits. To prevent Earth’s destruction, two angels (Daniel Radcliffe and Geraldine Viswanathan) will need to answer a seemingly impossible prayer: helping two humans fall in love.
Wednesday, Feb. 13
The Goldbergs: “My Valentine Boy”
With Geoff’s (Sam Lerner) help, Erica (Hayley Orrantia) and Valley Erica (Alison Rich) find a new band member to replace Lainey (AJ Michalka), but Barry (Troy Gentile) convinces Geoff the new band member is trying to steal Erica from him. Meanwhile, Adam (Sean Giambrone) and Murray (Jeff Garlin) try to out-gift each other so that neither of them has to go to Valentine’s Day dinner with Beverly (Wendi McLendon-Covey).
Chicago Med: “Can’t Unring That Bell”
Will’s (Nick Gehlfuss) personal issues continue to interfere with his life at the hospital and his relationship with Natalie (Torrey DeVitto). Meanwhile, Dr. Bekker (Norma Kuhling) tries to mend things with Dr. Rhodes (Colin Donnell).
NHL Hockey: Edmonton at Pittsburgh
NBCSN, 8pm Live
Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers face Sidney Crosby and the Penguins at Pittsburgh’s PPG Paints Arena.
Nature: “Wild Way of the Vikings”
Experience the natural world through the eyes of the Vikings. From the killer whales of the North Sea to the volcanic mounts of Iceland, see the deep history the Vikings had with the land and sea. Ewan McGregor narrates.
Smithsonian Channel, 8pm
Get ready to look at our porcine pals in a whole new way. This special reveals how pigs’ incredible senses, intelligence and adaptability help them thrive from frozen Siberia to the turquoise waters of the Bahamas. Amazing Pigs embarks on a surprising, funny and fascinating journey around the world to reveal the extraordinary secrets behind the success of these undervalued animals.
Chicago Fire: “It Wasn’t About Hockey”
On a road trip to Indiana, Brett (Kara Killmer), Foster (Annie Ilonzeh) and Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) encounter a bus accident involving a boys hockey team that leaves them scrambling and relying on their instincts to save the injured.
NOVA: “Rise of the Rockets”
Marvel at a new era of space exploration and accessibility, thanks to NASA’s return to crewed spaceflight, private companies like SpaceX and Virgin Galactic, and technologies that make rockets cheaper and more powerful than ever.
You’re the Worst: “This Brief Fermata”
Jimmy (Chris Geere) “gifts” Gretchen (Aya Cash) a week of no-strings-attached sex in the new episode “This Brief Fermata.”
Chicago P.D.: “Ties That Bind”
The team travels to a Wisconsin gun show to take down a supplier who manufactures “cop killer” machine guns.
The Dictator’s Playbook: “Idi Amin”
See how Idi Amin used lessons learned in the colonial British army to build a powerful dictatorship in Uganda. Through a combination of populist charm and brutal violence, he ruled for eight years — until his strategic blunders brought him down.
Deadly Class: “Saudade”
On a mission to Vegas to kill Billy’s dad, Marcus (Benjamin Wadsworth) accidentally takes way too much acid.
Thursday, Feb. 14
Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho
In his first-ever stand-up special, Ken Jeong shares stories from his Hollywood career, and shares how The Hangover changed — and saved — his life.
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Duel at Daytona
FS1, 7pm Live
With the front-row starters already determined, tonight’s pair of 150-mile shootouts at Daytona International Speedway determine the rest of the starting positions for the 61st Daytona 500, with championship points awarded to the top 10 finishers in each race.
Grey’s Anatomy: “I Walk the Line”
A sea of patients flood Grey Sloan Memorial after gunfire goes off at a parade. A blast from the past throws Maggie (Kelly McCreary) off her game on the same day that Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) tries to talk to her about dating DeLuca (Giacomo Gianniotti). Meanwhile, Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) get some potentially life-altering news about Betty (Peyton Kennedy).
The Top 14 Greatest Valentine Movies of All Time
The CW, 8pm
Host Dean Cain presents the top 14 Valentine’s Day movies as ranked by Popstar magazine. The special features some of the best movie love stories of all time, such as Sleepless in Seattle, Love Actually, Pretty Woman and The Notebook. As we count down to the number one spot, we will look at the moments in each of these films that have warmed our hearts, made us laugh — and cry — and make us want to watch them again and again.
Happy Death Day
A woman repeatedly relives the day of her murder in order to get to the bottom of who killed her in this 2017 horror film starring Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard and Ruby Modine.
UP TV, 8pm
Twin sisters Heather Fujikawa & Heidi Andrews, along with their husbands and seven kids, are coming together under one roof to start an interior design business. While the two families adjust to the new living conditions, Heather and Heidi design a bedroom for some special clients.
A Million Little Things: “the rock”
Eddie (David Giuntoli) and Katherine’s (Grace Park) divorce mediations become complicated, and Rome’s (Romany Malco) brother makes an unexpected visit. Meanwhile, Gary (James Roday) and Maggie (Allison Miller) attempt to check an item off her bucket list.
Mom: “Sparkling Banter and a Failing Steel Town”
When Christy (Anna Faris) is the only one without plans on Valentine’s Day, Bonnie (Allison Janney) takes her on a mother-daughter date in the new episode “Sparkling Banter and a Failing Steel Town.”
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “The Crime Scene”
Jake (Andy Samberg) and Rosa (Stephanie Beatriz) must deal with a mother in mourning as they attempt to solve a difficult murder case with confusing evidence.
Fam: “Pregnant Pause”
In the new episode “Pregnant Pause,” Shannon (Odessa Adlon) decides to get back at Clem (Nina Dobrev) for invading her privacy by pulling a prank that no one will forget.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: “Brothel”
When Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and the team investigate the death of a prostitute at a brothel, they wonder if there was foul play or if this could be suicide.
Friday, Feb. 15
The Breaker Upperers
Two women (Madeleine Sami and Jackie van Beek) brought together after being two-timed by the same man pour their mutual bitterness and cynicism into forming a company that breaks up couples for cash. Business is booming after 15 years, but when they run into an old victim, one of the women develops a conscience, and their friendship is truly put to the test.
Larry Charles’ Dangerous World of Comedy
Writer/director Larry Charles (Seinfeld) helms this limited series in which he visits various places — Russia, China, India, Iran, Nigeria, South Africa, Egypt, Turkey, France, Guatemala and more — to discover their rich comedy culture. In these places, comedy in the form of standup, movies and TV, as well as in print and online, is thriving, relatively unbeknownst to Americans. The series also looks at the obstacles, risks and dangers to the continued survival of that comedy.
The Umbrella Academy
A group of siblings with special abilities come together after years apart when their adoptive father, a cold and cruel old man, dies. Soon they are involved in a time-travel plot to save the world — and each other — from the apocalypse.
This four-part documentary from executive producer Jordan Peele, directed by filmmaker Joshua Rofé (Lost for Life), reveals the hidden truths in the notorious relationship between Lorena and John Wayne Bobbitt. The docuseries offers a fresh perspective on the couple’s history, examines the changing views of marital sexual assault and explores how their story gave rise to the modern 24-hour news cycle.
Fresh Off the Boat: “Cupid’s Crossbow”
On Valentine’s Day, the mood is anything but romantic as Jessica (Constance Wu) competes with Louis (Randall Park) to see who can give Evan (Ian Chen) the best advice on how to celebrate with his new girlfriend, Sicily (Julia Garcia). Meanwhile, Eddie (Hudson Yang) asks Honey (Chelsey Crisp) for help in finding out who his secret admirer is.
Disney Channel, 8pm
This live-action movie, based on the Disney animated series that ran from 2002-07, stars newcomer Sadie Stanley as the iconic teen hero who navigates high school life and saving the world. The Goldbergs’ Sean Giambrone stars as Kim’s best friend and sidekick, Ron Stoppable. Christy Carlson Romano — who voiced Kim in the animated series — makes a cameo appearance in the film, and Patton Oswalt reprises his role as Professor Dementor.
Last Man Standing: “The Best Man/Sibling Quibbling”
In a special one-hour episode, Chuck (Jonathan Adams) and Carol (guest star Tisha Campbell) decide to renew their vows and Mike (Tim Allen) goes overboard. Then, with Chuck away on his honeymoon, Ed (Hector Elizondo) takes over Outdoor Man security duties with a new approach.
Blindspot: “Though This Be Madness, Yet There Is Method In’t”
Jane (Jaimie Alexander) and Weller’s (Sullivan Stapleton) romantic getaway is cut short when the team must thwart plans to blow up a building and crash a plane that turns out to be more than the average commercial airliner.
Speechless: “J-I– JIMMY V-A-L– VALENTINE”
JJ’s (Micah Fowler) love-match with Izzy (Kayla Maisonet) becomes a cage match with Kenneth (Cedric Yarbrough). Maya (Minnie Driver) and Jimmy (John Ross Bowie) dismiss Valentine’s Day as a holiday for suckers until they find a way to profit from it. Unable to find a date to a prepaid romantic night out, Ray (Mason Cook) brings Dylan (Kyla Kenedy).
In this new legal procedural, Kelsey Grammer plays a possibly corrupt state’s attorney who faces off against Rachelle Lefevre (Under the Dome) and a team of lawyers who are determined to right the wrongs in cases where the innocent have been found guilty.
The Blacklist: “General Shiro”
While Red (James Spader) and Dembe (Hisham Tawfiq) enlist Glen’s (Clark Middleton) help in stacking the jury to Red’s advantage for his upcoming trial, the task force investigates a series of mysterious deaths resulting from weaponized insects.
Great Performances: “Movies for Grownups Awards With ‘AARP the Magazine’”
Watch filmmakers and actors receive the 2019 Movies for Grownups Awards. The awards were established to celebrate and encourage filmmaking that appeals to movie lovers with a grownup state of mind — and to recognize its artists.
Disney Channel, 9:32pm
This eight-part limited series centers on 12-year-old overachiever Layne (Sophie Pollono), whose life gets pulled into a high-speed secret-agent adventure. In the series premiere, “Mile 1: The Voice in the Shed,” Layne discovers a sophisticated talking car named V.I.N. hidden in an abandoned shed. She and her eccentric neighbor Zora (Sofia Rosinsky) set out to unlock the mystery behind V.I.N.’s creation.
Saturday, Feb. 16
NBC, beginning at 2:30pm
NBC airs the Skating Spectacular from last month’s U.S. Figure Skating Championships, followed by highlights from the Four Continents Championships that took place earlier this month.
The Season 3 premiere episode “Justice” features guest appearances by real-life hostage negotiators Laurent Combalbert and Marwan Mery, who inspired Ransom. In the episode, Eric (Luke Roberts) and his team are brought in to negotiate a blood money payoff when a man is murdered and his wife is threatened to be next.
Love, Romance & Chocolate
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Lacey Chabert stars as Emma, who, along with chocolatier Luc (Will Kemp) compete to be named Belgium’s Royal Chocolatier. The beauty and romance of Bruges inspire unique their chocolate combinations, and may also flavor a sweet romance.
Olivia Newton-John: Hopelessly Devoted to You
Australian singer, songwriter and actress Delta Goodrem stars as her idol Olivia Newton-John in a touching biopic that celebrates the Grease star’s life and career. Goodrem re-recorded many of her idol’s classic hits for the film and shares, “I wanted to record Olivia’s songs in a way that felt true to the original songs and not over-sing it. And that’s actually how I approached the biopic, too. I didn’t want to try and be Olivia Newton-John. Olivia is Olivia, and I didn’t want to change the feel of the songs because Olivia put the essence of her spirit into them and, while they were entrusted to my hands, they belong to many hearts around the world.”
Planet Earth: Dynasties: “Emperor Penguin”
BBC America, AMC, IFC & SundanceTV, 9pm
The stars of March of the Penguins get the royal treatment again, as Dynasties follows emperor penguins in Antarctica’s Atka Bay. Emperor parents have to work together to keep themselves and their chicks alive through the coldest and cruelest winter on Earth.
Saturday Night Live: “Don Cheadle/Gary Clark Jr.”
NBC, 11:30pm Live
Don Cheadle, who will reprise his role of Lt. Col. James Rhodes in the upcoming Avengers: Endgame, makes his SNL hosting debut tonight. Grammy winner Gary Clark Jr. is the evening’s musical guest.