On TV this Sunday: Good Luck Charlie signs off for good, the NBA All-Star Game returns to New Orleans, PBS solves a Murder and the men of True Detective get unsettling news. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
7 pm Winter Olympics (NBC) | Tonight’s coverage includes the men’s alpine skiing super-G finals, women’s snowboard cross finals and the ice dancing short program.
8 pm Good Luck Charlie (Disney Channel) | One-hour series finale: As Teddy prepares to leave for college, she finds it hard to shoot a final video diary for Charlie. (Watch a sneak peek — but grab some tissues first!)
8 pm 63rd NBA All-Star Game (TNT) | The best of the best in basketball show off their skills from Smoothie King Center in New Orleans.
8 pm The EE British Academy Film Awards 2014 (BBC America) | Also known as The Most Dignified Awards Show Ever (With the Best Accents), the ceremony honors the best of the year in British film.
9 pm The Walking Dead (AMC) | The group faces obstacles in the quest for stability and safety. OK….
9 pm Downton Abbey (PBS) | Robert and Thomas return from America, and suitors flock to Mary. (What will Lady Edith have to say about that?)
9 pm True Detective (HBO) | Hart and Cohle share the spoils of a solved case, but are soon confronted with troubling intelligence. (P.S. Woody Harrelson is TVLine’s Performer of the Week.)
10 pm House of Lies (Showtime) | Marty considers a double cross, while Doug makes a fatal mistake.
10:15 pm Murder On the Home Front (PBS) | Set during the London Blitz of 1940, this 90-minute murder mystery follows Dr. Lennox Collins (Boardwalk Empire’s Patrick Kennedy), a truth-obsessed pathologist who pursues a serial killer in London with the help of Molly Cooper (The Tudors’ Tamzin Merchant).
10:30 pm Looking (HBO) | Patrick and Richie get to know each other after spending the day together.
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