The Grammys highlight this week’s offerings, but there are a couple of scripted dramas to note: Montreal native Rachelle Lefevre headlines the new series, Proven Innocent; while Ransom (which shoots partially in Toronto) returns on Saturday for a third season. Happy Viewing!
All times eastern; PBS schedules may vary.
Countdown to the Red Carpet – 4 to 6pm on E!
E! Live From the Red Carpet – 6 to 8pm on E!
Grammy Red Carpet Live – 7 to 8pm on CBS
City-TV Live at the Grammys – 7 to 8pm on City
The 61st Annual Grammy Awards – 8 to 11:30pm on CBS/City
Alicia Keys hosts the recording industry’s biggest night. Performances are scheduled from Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Dan + Shay, Post Malone, Cardi B, Janelle Monae, and Kacey Musgraves.
The Walking Dead – 9pm to 10:14pm – 9th Mid-Season Premiere
This episode is preceded at 7:54pm by the mid-season finale with a new (bonus) scene, and is also followed by the mid-season premiere of Talking Dead.
Swedish Dicks – 9 to 9:30pm on Superchannel Fuse – Series Premiere
This American-Swedish comedy co-production follows two unlicensed Swedish private eyes trying to make a go of it in Los Angeles. Stars Peter Stormare, Johan Glans, Keanu Reeves and Traci Lords.
Facebook at 15: It’s Complicated – 9 to 10:30pm on CNN
In this CNN Special Report, host Laurie Segall examines the changes to Facebook over the past 15 years, and what may be ahead for the social media platform.
Margaret: The Rebel Princess – 10 to 11pm on PBS – Miniseries Premiere
This two-part documentary looks at the life of Queen Elizabeth’s younger sister and how it reflected the social and sexual revolution of 20th century Britain.
Counting On Sneak Peak – 8 to 9pm on TLC
Counting On – 9 to 10:01pm on TLC – 9th Season Premiere
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills – 9 to 10pm on Slice – 9th Season Premiere
Slutever – 9 to 9:30pm on MTV – 2nd Season Premiere
HUSTLE – 9:30 to 10pm on MTV – Series Premiere
This reality series follows Ashley from Trade Street Jams, as she tries to turn her small artisanal jam business into a successful company (so she can quit her day job).
Howard Schulz: CNN Town Hall – 10 to 11pm on CNN
The former CEO of Starbucks surprised (and annoyed) many by announcing that he may run as an independent in America’s 2020 Presidential election. He faces questions from an audience in Houston, Texas, in this Town Hall hosted by Poppy Harlow.
Truck Night in America – 10 to 11pm on History – 2nd Season Premiere
Proven Innocent – 9 to 10pm on Fox – Series Premiere
Rachelle Lefevre (Under the Dome) stars as a lawyer working for a “wrongful conviction law firm”, who has a personal stake, since she was wrongfully convicted of a crime in her youth.
My Great Big Live Wedding with David Tutera – 10 to 11pm on Slice – Series Premiere
Wedding and event planner David Tutera shares stories of love and survival from inspirational couples, who receive the weddings of their dreams.
Ransom – 8 to 9pm on CBS/Global – 3rd Season Premiere