On TV this Sunday: Ricky Gervais makes his return to the Globes, Austin & Ally sing their swan song, four NFL teams try to clinch a playoff spot and Shameless gets a new lease on life. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
Golden Globe Awards, Shameless Returns, a Crowded Wife, Austin & Ally Say Goodbye and More
NFC Wild Card Game
Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings play host to Russell Wilson and the defending NFC champion Seattle Seahawks.
NFC Wild Card Game
Next up, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers head to Washington, D.C., to take on Kirk Cousins and the NFC East champion Redskins.
From the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, Ricky Gervais returns to skewer today’s celebrities for a fourth time. (See Ausiello’s predictions.)
Austin & Ally
First up, Trish tries to figure out her next step in life. Then, in the series finale at 8:30, Trish, Dez, Ally and Austin meet up with each other, years after everyone has gone their separate ways. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Elizabeth tries to salvage a peace deal with Russia after an unexpected turn of events threatens to dissolve the agreement.
Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life
When sales for their hangover cure are slower than expected, the guys take part in a drug trial for quick cash — but their plans are unexpectedly derailed by Paula Abdul (playing herself).
Season 6 premiere: As Frank continues to mourn the loss of Bianca, his newfound appreciation for life freaks the Gallaghers out.
The Good Wife
The entire Florrick family crams into Peter’s campaign bus for the Iowa caucuses, at which Peter attempts a high-risk political stunt.
The plans for the wedding hit a snag, Thomas contemplates moving on and pigs — yes, pigs — cause trouble for Edith and Marigold.
As the team investigates what appears to be a hack into air traffic control’s communication system, a greater threat emerges when a flight vanishes into
The Twilight Zonethin air.