What to Watch Tonight

SAG Awards, Galavant Finale, Sons of Liberty and More

    Screen Actors Guild Awards

    The year’s best performances in TV and movies are honored at the 21st annual ceremony. (Check out the nominees.)

  • ABC

    Double-episode season finale: Galavant (repeatedly) seeks his hero moment, while King Richard challenges his brother to a duel. (Not yet renewed.)

  • NBC
    Miss Universe Pageant

    Just like the Screen Actors Guild Awards, but with more swimsuits. Nick Jonas and Gavin DeGraw are among the musical guests.

  • Fox
    The Simpsons

    When Elon Musk (voiced by the inventor himself) lands in Springfield, he and Homer try to revolutionize the nuclear plant. (Watch a sneak peek.)

  • History
    Sons of Liberty

    Two-hour miniseries premiere: This three-night event follows Sam Adams (Ben Barnes, Chronicles of Narnia), John Adams (Henry Thomas, E.T.), Paul Revere (Once Upon a Time’s Michael Raymond-James), John Hancock (Rafe Spall) and Dr. Joseph Warren (The Blacklist’s Ryan Eggold) as they secretly band to make America a nation. Breaking Bad’s Dean Norris plays Ben Franklin.

  • ABC

    Season finale: Preacher James and his congregation of Returned rise up to stop Rachael’s baby from being born. (Not yet renewed.)

  • CBS

    Special time! First, the team investigates a homicide at a convention for those who collect macabre murder memorabilia. (Ironic, no?) Then at 10 pm, they look into the murder of a victim dressed as a superhero.

  • HBO

    Brett’s invitation to a movie premiere leads to an impromptu night on the town for everyone.

  • ABC

    Emily helps Nolan’s bride deal with the skeletons in her closet; Victoria vies with a new socialite (Suits’ Gina Torres). (Read preview and more preview.)

  • Showtime

    While Sean’s former partner turns up to wreak havoc, Matt and Carol find romance.

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  1. eva says:


  2. Joey Padron says:

    Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Family Guy, and encore of SAG Awards.

  3. Uhhh says:

    Downton Abbey.

  4. Tran says:

    Disney Channel line-up: Austin & Ally, KC Undercover and Liv & Maddie

  5. KalEpic says:


  6. Piers says:

    Downton Abbey which should be listed above.

  7. Kim R says:

    Galavant & Call the Midwife. Maybe CSI. :)

  8. Bob ZAD says:

    Shameless at 9:00 EST

  9. Bob ZAD says:


  10. How is Galavant a double episode if Resurrection and Revenge follow it? Four hours fit into three? LOL!

  11. Jax&Juice's Girl says:

    SAG Awards…..cause there’s nothing on TV!!!
    Galavant finale
    Resurrection S2 finale

  12. Jess says:


  13. cdhaskell says:

    I pray and hope that Galvant will be renewal for the second season on ABC next year.

  14. jessica says:

    Where is the Good Wife? One another short hiatus?

    • Roni says:

      It won’t be back til March 1, unfortunately. There are a lot of special events coming up on Sundays the next few weeks like the Super Bowl and the Oscars, so maybe they don’t want to put new episodes up against them.

  15. Laura Markl says:

    Looks like a good night to have Family Movie night and rent two movies from Redbox.

  16. Ron says:

    I love Galavant! I think it’s great and really hope they do a second round of it. But I really feel like ABC didn’t give it a fair shake. Just to recap, ABC decided to do back-to-back episodes each week, cramming it into a very brief four weeks. Add on top of that that for three of the four weeks, ABC scheduled it against the Golden Globes, the SAG Awards, and one of the biggest football games of the season. Is that not an issue for anyone else? I just feel like ABC set it up to fail, and despite it’s steady decrease in ratings, I think it’s performed relatively well given the crappy treatment by ABC. I’d love a second season/continued mini-series, but I’m not holding my breath.

  17. SherryB says:

    I hope Galavant rides off into the sunset and doesn’t return…Stupid show..

  18. mamalyn says:

    Galavant is sooo silly but so much fun. Hope to see it back.

  19. Schatzi49 says:

    Galavant more Galavant, please renew
    Resurreiion, please renew

  20. LAwoman says:

    Family Guy

  21. I plan to watch the Screen Actors Guild, because I want to see Carrie Fisher present her Mom, Debbie Reynolds, with an award.

  22. herman1959 says:

    Brooklyn Nine-Nine
    Downtown Abbey
    Resurrection Season Finale!

  23. Sylvia says:

    Worst Cooks in America – funniest show on television

  24. kirads09 says:

    Resurrection. Sadly this may be the last new episode – ever. I hope not. I hope they tie up SOME things and give us some resolution/answers should that be the case.

  25. Dan the critic says:

    SAG, The Simpsons, Galavant, Miss Universe, Sons of Liberty, Resurrection, Revenge, and my old Villa Roma friend John Petrucci of Dream Theater on VH1

  26. Mika02 says:

    Miss universe live

    B99, Resurrection, Revenge Dvr

  27. Timot says:

    Matt Bomer should have been nominated for his acting in the “normal Heart”

  28. Bill says:

    Family Guy, Revenge and Resurrection

  29. 94251104cas says:

    Sunday’s the big one

    Bob’s Burgers

  30. Sons of Liberty
    Brooklyn Nine-Nine
    Family Guy
    Resurrection (DVR)
    Revenge (DVR)
    Miss Universe Pageant (DVR – LOL)

  31. retsim says:

    I hope we get another series of Galavant,even a short one just to wrap the story up.Great fun for those with a sense of humour .It is the sort of fun that goes down well here in the UK. As for Brooklyn Nine-Nine i thought it was a kids show .Even my grand children 15 and 18 think it is childish .