On TV this Sunday: American Gods returns after a two-year break, HBO profiles golfing great Tiger Woods, and Star Trek receives a special honor. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
American Gods Returns, Tiger Woods Docuseries and More
NFL Super Wild Card Weekend
It’s another triple header, as the Baltimore Ravens visit the Tennessee Titans (1:05 pm, ABC/ESPN), the Chicago Bears take on the New Orleans Saints (4:40 pm, CBS), and the Cleveland Browns face the Pittsburgh Steelers (8:15 pm, NBC).
Season 6 premiere: The hosts offer a revealing look at the Trump era, revealing “the intense, inspiring and infuriating stories behind the headlines.”
Critics' Choice Super Awards
Kevin Smith and Dani Fernandez host the inaugural event honoring sci-fi, horror, superheroes and more; the Legacy Award is presented to the Star Trek franchise, represented by Picard‘s Patrick Stewart and Discovery‘s Sonequa Martin-Green.
All Creatures Great and Small
Stateside premiere: This British remake follows the storied career of James Herriot (Nicholas Ralph) and his veterinary surgeon colleagues as they work in the Yorkshire Dales in the 1930s; Samuel West (Mr. Selfridge) and Anna Madeley (Deadwater Fell) co-star.
NCIS: Los Angeles
Special time: When a whistleblower is murdered, an old acquaintance becomes the team’s prime suspect; Deeks struggles during FLETC training.
Frank, Kev and Liam plan to get rid of the Milkoviches; Gemma and Franny compete in a beauty pageant; Mickey takes on a security gig for Kev and V.
The two-part documentary details the highs, lows and comeback of golf icon Tiger Woods; interview subjects include Sir Nick Faldo, Woods’ first love Dina Parr, and former mistress Rachel Uchitel. (Part 2 airs next Sunday.)
NCIS: New Orleans
Special time: Pride and the team race to find a submarine that is launching torpedoes in the Gulf Coast.
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Jan. 10, 1980, NBC’s The Rockford Files, starring James Garner, ended its six-season run. A reboot starring Dermot Mulroney was developed by NBC in 2010, but the pilot wasn’t picked up.