SoCal TV, Feb. 4-10: The Grammy Awards, ‘Tokyo Vice,’ ‘The Marvels’ and more
TV shows, movies, sports and specials on broadcast, cable and streaming this coming week
Welcome to an all-new TV or Not TV roundup of new and noteworthy programming on broadcast, cable and streaming this week. I’m Matt Cooper, former listings coordinator for the Los Angeles Times’ Calendar section.
What would you like to watch?
Sunday — Feb. 4
You gotta be a football hero! With the Super Bowl just a week away, the best of the NFL’s best show off their skills at the “2024 Pro Bowl Games” in Orlando. Noon, ABC and ESPN
Irish rockers U2 and the legendary Joni Mitchell are among the performers slated for “The 66th Annual Grammy Awards.” Trevor Noah returns as host and singer-songwriter SZA leads the field with nine nominations. 5 p.m. CBS
Will it go ’round in circles? The best of NASCAR’s best show off their skills right at this year’s “Clash at the Coliseum” right here in L.A.’s Exposition Park 5 p.m. Fox
Hell hath no fury like “A Widow Seduced” in this new made-for-cable thriller. With Natalie Brown. 8 p.m. Lifetime
El Capitan, El Schmapitan… The three-part special “Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold” captures the famed free climber attempting to scale an even taller cliff face in Greenland. 8, 9 and 10 p.m. National Geographic
The new special “The Harlem Hellfighters: Unsung Heroes” salutes a predominately Black regiment that gave the Huns a hard time on the battlefields of Europe during WWI. 9 p.m. History Channel
Call him a crank, call him a curmudgeon … or just call him Larry David. The “Seinfeld” co-creator is back for a 12th season of the comedy series “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” 10:05 p.m. HBO