Week in Sloth
“Inside the Actors Studio” (Bravo 9pm) James Lipton interviews the cast of “The Walking Dead.” Hey, if anyone can teach these college kids how to act, it’s Chandler Riggs.
“Those Who Can’t” (truTV 8:30pm) Reality (sorry, “reality”) loving truTV airs its first scripted sitcom. Adam Cayton-Holland, Andrew Orvedahl and Ben Roy of the Denver-based comedy troupe The Grawlix star as three dysfunctional high school teachers.
‘Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown” (KOAT-7 7pm) One of these days, when he hits puberty, don’t be too surprised if Charlie Brown stalks and kills that little redheaded girl.
“Bunnicula” (Cartoon Network 10:30am) Hey, look, Cartoon Network came up with a cartoon based on James Howe’s much-loved children’s books. Your life just got instantly better.
Wrong Swipe (Lifetime 6pm) So, Lifetime, what modern social convenience should we be terrified is going to kill us this week? ... Online dating it is.
“Campaign 2016: Republican Debate” (KRQE-13 7pm) God, there’s still so many of them. It’s like the slowest Agatha Christie play ever.
Valentine Ever After (Hallmark 7pm) A woman (Autumn Reeser from “The O.C.” and “Entourage”) finds love and her true calling while performing community service for her involvement in a bar brawl.
“The EE British Academy Film Awards” (BBC America 5:30pm) Stephen Fry hosts for the 11th time. Nominations are almost exactly the same as the Academy Awards, so this could serve as a major predictor of Oscar gold.
“The Bachelor at 20: A Celebration of Love” (KOAT-7 7pm) Is that what you’re calling it?
“The Tonight Show Valentine’s Day Special” (KOB-4 8pm) Not so much “Valentine’s Day” as “Jimmy’s Second Anniversary on the Show.” There will be clips of memorable moments, celebrity interviews and popular sketches. How romantic.
“Vinyl” (HBO 7pm) HBO’s new drama (created by Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese!) focuses on the “crazy” executives who ran the New York music industry during the 1970s. Bobby Cannavale, Olivia Wilde, Max Casella and Ray Romano are among the cast.
“The Walking Dead” (AMC 7pm) AMC’s zombie series returns just in time for our bloodiest and most violent holiday.
“Adele: Live in London” (BBC America 8pm) How perfectly romantic (or totally nonromantic, depending on how closely you listen to the lyrics).
“The 58th Annual Grammy Awards” (KRQE-13 6pm) Get your daily Adele fix right here. LL Cool J hosts.
“Mortal Kombat X: Machinima’s Chasing the Cup” (KWBQ-19 7pm) The CW watches “top ranked” Mortal Kombat X players as they compete to be named the best in the world.
“Better Call Saul” (AMC 8pm) The second season of AMC’s increasingly awesome “Breaking Bad” spin-off gets underway tonight.
“The 140th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show” (USA 6pm) That’s 980 in dog years.
“Survivor” (KRQE-13 7pm) For its 32nd season, “Survivor” pits brainy contestants against brawny contestants against beautiful contestants. Darwin did talk about survival of the most telegenic.