What to watch on TV: Betty White, NFL, Winter Olympics

SUNDAY

Townspeople ditch creature comforts to try and rough it with their most self-sufficient loved ones in new unscripted series “Off-Grid Love.” At any time, Discovery+

The Cincinnati Bengals take on the Kansas City Chiefs for the “AFC Championship” and your Los Angeles Rams take on the San Francisco 49ers to decide the “NFC Championship. Noon, CBS; 3:30 p.m. Fox

‘United Shades of America’ host W. Kamau Bell traces the rise and fall of comedian and sitcom star Bill Cosby in new four-part docuseries “We need to talk about Cosby.” 10:00 p.m. Show

MONDAY

A healthcare worker (“Killing Eve’s” Jodie Comer) bonds with a resident of a nursing home (“Line of Duty” Stephen Graham) suffering from dementia praecox just as COVID-19 begins to surge in the drama of 2021 “To help.”Anytime, Acorn TV

Thanks For Being A Friend: The New Special “Celebrating Betty White: America’s Golden Girl” pays tribute to the beloved sitcom star, activist and all-around kindness who passed away on December 31. 10 p.m. NBC

The disappearances of migrants crossing the US-Mexico border in rural South Texas are probed in the 2020 documentary “Missing in Brooks County” about a new “Independent objective.” 22:00 KOCE

You’re never too old to adopt — or be adopted, apparently — in the new reality series “Adults Adopting Adults.” 10 p.m. A&E

TUESDAY

The factual drama of 2021 “My Best Friend Anne Frank” revisits the story of the young Jewish girl who, together with her family, hid from the Nazis in an Amsterdam attic during World War II only to be murdered in a concentration camp in 1945. Anytime, Netflix

A pint-sized superhero’s best friend is his mother in a second season of the sci-fi drama “Raising Dion.” With Alisha Wainwright. Anytime, Netflix

Chef Roy Choi chats with chef, restaurateur, author and farm-to-table supporter Alice Waters about a new episode of “Broken bread. 8pm KCET

“Saved by the Bell” Mario Lopez and “SNL” Melissa Villaseñor explore their Mexican-American heritage in a new episode of “Find your roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr.” 8:00 p.m.

I do not care ! The entry to the reality TV franchise “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” is back for a 12th season. 8 p.m. congratulations

The 2020 documentary “Barbara Lee: Speaking Truth to Power” profiles the prominent congresswoman who currently represents California’s 13th district. 8 p.m. Starz

The new special “Terry Bradshaw: Going Deep” surprises the NFL Hall of Famer on stage in Branson, Missouri to speak candidly about his life and career. 9 p.m. HBO

Transgender teenager Jazz Jennings is tied to Harvard for the reality series season 7 finale “I am Jazz.” 9 p.m. TLC

Paranormal investigators, perhaps too cheap to buy Transylvania tickets, are looking for “Vampires in America” instead in this new unscripted series. 10 p.m. Travel Channel

WEDNESDAY

After ‘Baywatch’ girl Pamela Anderson and Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee meet cute, sparks fly and a marriage and notorious sex tape ensue in four-part factual series “Pam and Tommy. » With Lily James from “Downton Abbey” and Sebastian Stan from “The Avengers”. Anytime, Hulu

A cruel con artist leaves a trail of broken hearts and destroyed bank accounts in his wake in 2020 true crime documentary “The Tinder scammer.” Anytime, Netflix

More famous faces coexist and Julie Chen Moonves returns as host in a new season of “Big Brother: Celebrity Edition”. 8 p.m. CBS; also Thursday 9 p.m., Friday 8 p.m.

“Nova” treks through Siberia to investigate a potential environmental disaster underway in the season premiere episode “Arctic Sinkoles.” 21:00 KOCE

Little Big Town, Chris Stapleton and blues great Taj Mahal salute legendary Southern rocker Gregg Allman in a new edition of the concert series “Skyville Live.” 10 p.m. CMT

Our favorite rude fifth graders are back in a 25th season of the irreverent animated sitcom “South Park.” 10 p.m. Comedy Central

THURSDAY

And just like that, the sequel to “Sex and the City” “And just like that…” ends its first season. With Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis. Anytime, HBO Max

“Cosmic Child” suitable for a third season of this kid-friendly animated comedy from the creator of “Powerpuff Girls.” Anytime, Netflix

Will Arnett of ‘Arrested Development’ is on the case, ably aided by guest celebrities such as Conan O’Brien, Ken Jeong and Sharon Stone, in the new partially improvised crime comedy series “Murder City”. Anytime, Netflix

Return with us now to Kepler-22b for a second season of filmmaker Ridley Scott’s fable-like sci-fi drama “Raised by wolves.” With Amanda Collin and Abubakar Salim. Anytime, HBO Max

A Boy’s Best Friend Is The Monster He Meets In The Deep Dark Woods In Jeremiah Kipp’s 2021 Terror Tale “Slap face.” With August Maduro and Dan Hedaya. Anytime, shiver

Tessa Thompson, Halle Berry and Regina Hall are among the black actresses featured in ‘Screen Queens Rising’ on a new “The soul of a nation”. 8 p.m. ABC

The true crime series “After the First 48” returns with new episodes. 9 p.m. A&E

Troubled teenager seems destined to follow in his pool hustler father’s footsteps in Tom Wright’s 2020 drama “Joe on foot.” With David Strathairn and “The Walking Dead” Jeffrey Dean Morgan. 9 p.m. Starz

FRIDAY

A stuffy British author meets the Spanish translator who turned his rather dreary novel into an erotic bestseller in Analeine’s 2022 romantic comedy Cal y Mayor “Book of Love.” With Sam Claflin and Verónica Echegui. Anytime, Amazon Prime

It’s my time! New docu-series “Phat Tuesdays” celebrates a weekly showcase for black comic books at West Hollywood’s venerable venue, the Comedy Store. Anytime, Amazon Prime

Smallville’s Alan Ritchson, not Tom Cruise, stars as crime novelist Lee Child’s former roving military police investigator Jack Reacher in new mystery drama “To reach.” Anytime, Amazon Prime

Detective story? Four disparate Britons become persons of interest in the kidnapping of a US media mogul’s teenage son in the new eight-part thriller “Suspicion.” With Uma Thurman. Anytime, Apple TV+

Bless their hearts: Brooke Elliott, Heather Headley and JoAnna Garcia Swisher return in a second season of the romantic drama set in South Carolina “Sweet Magnolias.” Anytime, Netflix

Have torch, will travel: The “Winter Olympics 2022” officially begin with the opening ceremonies at the National Stadium in Beijing. Savannah Guthrie and Mike Tirico are co-hosting the festivities. 5 p.m. NBC

A super fun summer turns into a major disappointment for two teenage best friends embroiled in a murder mystery in Rebecca Eskreis’ 2020 coming-of-age drama “What breaks the ice.” With “Outer Banks” Madelyn Cline and “Ozarks” Sofia Hublitz. 8:00 p.m. Show

SATURDAY

A daytime talk show host’s new assistant increasingly insinuates herself into her boss’s life in new TV movie “Single black woman.” With Raven Goodwin and “Glee’s” Amber Riley. 20 hours for life

Some of those howls you hear are laughs while others are something more lycanthropic in Josh Ruben’s gripping 2021 horror-comedy “The Werewolves Within.” With Sam Richardson from “Veep” and Milana Vayntrub from “Other Space”. 9:00 p.m. Show

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