Sunday TV: NFL Playoffs, Batwoman, Supergirl & More

by Jason the TVaholic on January 19, 2020

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News & Notes

Get God Friended Me Episodes via Amazon VideoTonight, ABC has the first season finale of Kids Say the Darndest Things, FOX has the series premiere of 911: Lone Star, and PBS has the series premiere of Vienna Blood.

Over on cable, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries has the TV movie premiere of The Gourmet Detective: Roux the Day, HBO has the series premiere of Avenue 5 and the 10th season premiere of Curb Your Enthusiasm, Lifetime has the TV movie premiere of Murder in the Suburbs, Showtime has the seventh season finale of Ray Donovan, tbs/TNT has the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, and UPtv has the TV movie premiere of Hopeless Romantic.

Next Sunday, Showtime has the 10th season finale of Shameless, the first season finale of The L Word: Generation Q and Work in Progress in late night.

Note for email subscribers: My email list service doesn’t seem to be seeing new blog posts until much later after they are posted, which is why yesterday’s TV picks and last Wednesday’s picks post went out via email a day late. Hopefully, I will be able to get this fixed soon.

Prime Picks

Batwoman (The CW): New. Jacob Kane is on trial. Sophie gets some advice. Alice celebrates.

Supergirl (The CW): New. Supergirl deals with a problem that arises from Crisis.

Avenue 5 (HBO): Series Premiere. A malfunction could cause major problems for a space cruise liner. Stars Hugh Laurie (House) and Jessica St. Clair (Playing House). Starts a minute after the hour and runs 30 minutes. Plays again later two times.
Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO): Season Premiere. Larry deals with a new rival and then has a misunderstanding with a caterer. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 39 minutes. Plays again later two times.

Solid Selections

Doctor Who (BBC America): New. The Doctor and friends head to 1903 to figure out who is messing with Nikola Tesla’s generator plant in Niagara Falls. Runs 71 minutes. Plays twice and again later twice.

Pennyworth (Epix): Repeat. The seventh episode, “Julie Christie,” replays. Plays again later.

911: Lone Star (FOX): Series Premiere. A New York Firefighter that was the lone survivor from his firehouse on 9/11 and had to rebuild it is asked to do the same for a firehouse in Austin, TX that was lost in a similar fashion. Plays right after the NFC Championship.

Other Option

  • Dare Me (USA Network): New. Beth takes back control with an adult party for the squad. Runs 61 minutes. Plays again later.

Sports Notes

  • CBS has NFL action in the first game today with the AFC Championship with the Tennessee Titans at the Kansas City Chiefs.
  • FOX has NFL action in the second game today with the NFC Championship with the Green Bay Packers at the San Francisco 49ers.

Sunday TV Marathons

Breaking Bad (AMC): All seven first season episodes tonight.
Chicago P.D. (ION): Six episodes tonight into late night.
The Golden Girls (TV Land): Has 21 episodes today.
The Jeffersons (TV One): Has episodes all day.
The King of Queens (TV Land): Has 10 episodes tonight.
Last Man Standing (WGN America): Has 10 episodes tonight.
Law & Order (WEtv): Has 13 episodes tonight into late night.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (USA Network): Has 12 episodes.
Mama’s Family (Logo): Has 15 episodes early.
Married With…Children (Logo): Has 15 episodes today.
Mom (CMT): Has 14 episodes today.
Murder, She Wrote (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries): Five episodes tonight into late night.
NCIS: Los Angeles (ION): Has 12 episodes today.
NCIS: New Orleans (Pop): Has 10 episodes today into late night.
Scorpion (Pop): Eight episodes early.
The Simpsons (FXX): Has 10 episodes today.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (Pop): Has 23 episodes tonight into tomorrow.
Tyler Perry’s The Oval (BET): Has 11 episodes today.
The Wayans Bros. (MTV2): Has 16 episodes today.

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