What to Watch Tonight

Super Bowl, Blacklist, Walking Dead-a-Thon and More

  • AMC
    The Walking Dead 'Zombie Bowl'

    Through 6 am | Before Season 5 resumes on Feb. 8, relive simpler times (relatively speaking, that is) with this marathon of Seasons 1 and 2.

  • Hallmark
    Kitten Bowl

    What’s better than animals playing sports? Nothing! More than 90 adoptable cat-letes tackle obstacle courses filled with yarn balls, lasers and toys on string.

  • Animal Planet
    Puppy Bowl

    But if you’re more of a dog person, you can watch the most adorable puppies in town play a game of football instead.

  • NBC
    Super Bowl XLIX

    From the Univ. of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona, the Seattle Seahawks face the New England Patriots. (Only here for the music? Idina Menzel performs the National Anthem, John Legend leads “America the Beautiful” and Katy Perry is fireworkin’ the halftime show.)

  • Showtime
    Shameless

    Frank arrives at Lou’s to pick up his six-figure insurance settlement… only to learn that he’s already collected it.

  • PBS
    Downton Abbey

    Rose makes a new acquaintance, while Edith’s link to Marigold attracts attention.

  • Showtime
    House of Lies

    When the Gage presentation falls apart, Marty comes up with a last-ditch plan. Meanwhile, Jeannie has a discouraging meeting regarding her job prospects.

  • PBS
    Grantchester

    An old woman tells Sidney that someone wants her dead… and then she dies. A creepy coincidence? (Probably not.)

  • NBC
    The Blacklist

    Following the Super Bowl post-game show | In the first half of a two-part winter premiere, Red is arrested and taken to a secret facility, where he encounters Luther Braxton (Sons of Anarchy’s Ron Perlman), a thief with whom he shares a complicated past.

  • NBC
    Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

    Following local news | To kick off a week of shows on the West Coast, Fallon goes live from the Orpheum Theater in Phoenix with guests Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart and Ariana Grande. (Three words: Lip. Sync. Battle.)

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