On TV this Sunday: Super Bowl XLIX kicks off in Phoenix, The Blacklist tackles a special night, Walking Dead goes back to its humble roots and The Tonight Show hits the West Coast. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
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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.
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.
But if you’re more of a dog person, you can watch the most adorable puppies in town play a game of football instead.
Frank arrives at Lou’s to pick up his six-figure insurance settlement… only to learn that he’s already collected it.
Rose makes a new acquaintance, while Edith’s link to Marigold attracts attention.
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.
An old woman tells Sidney that someone wants her dead… and then she dies. A creepy coincidence? (Probably not.)
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.
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.)