What’s On TV Tonight? – TV Listings for Sunday 02/08/2015

The 57th Annual Grammy Awards air live! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Sunday, February 8, 2015:

6:00 PM ET

Live From the Red Carpet [LIVE] (“The 2015 Grammy Awards”) – Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic greet the stars on the red carpet at the 2015 Grammy Awards; Ross Mathews and Kelly Osbourne comment on the action, including E!’s Glam Cam 360. (E!)

7:00 PM ET

America’s Funniest Home Videos – Dogs behaving badly include one pup who demolishes a sofa and another who uses a door frame as a chew toy; a little girl tries to remove wrinkles from a shirt with a hammer; a lemonade taste test goes unexpectedly. (ABC)

60 Minutes – Dan Kaufman, director of the Information Innovation Office at DARPA; Swiss banking leak; “Selma” director Ava DuVernay on the filming of a key scene and the controversial portrayal of President Lyndon B. Johnson. (CBS)

Mulaney (“Ruby”) – John tests his theories about teenagers on his girlfriend’s 13-year-old daughter; Jane and Motif join Lou for lunch. (FOX)

7:30 PM ET

Game of Thrones: A Day in the Life – The making of the HBO series. (HBO)

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8:00 PM ET

NICK’S PICK: The 57th Annual Grammy Awards [LIVE] – LL Cool J hosts festivities at Staples Center in Los Angeles honoring excellence in the recording industry; scheduled performers include Eric Church, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran and Madonna. (CBS)

The Simpsons (“Walking Big & Tall”) – Lisa writes a new anthem for Springfield when she learns the original was stolen from another town; Homer learns the meaning of “wide pride.” (FOX)

The EE British Academy Film Awards 2015 – Honoring the best of the year in film. (BBC America)

The Real Housewives of Atlanta (“The Countdown Begins”) – Kandi gets unfortunate news about her stage play, “A Mother’s Love”; Kenya pitches ideas for a TV pilot to producer Roger Bobb; Apollo begins to unravel as his date to report to prison draws near, causing Phaedra to fear for her family’s safety. (Bravo)

Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge (“Gods of War”) – Eight very tough male athletes compete in Trench Warfare, Loaded and Hard Labor for a chance to win $10,000. (CMT)

Guy’s Grocery Games (“Love Is in the Aisle”) – Guy’s gift of chocolate may not be the perfect match for savory starters; the finalists must grab items for a candlelight dinner while repeatedly trading groceries. (Food Network)

The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Chapter 1: A Body in the Bay”) – In 2001, a dismembered corpse is found floating in Galveston Bay, Texas and police arrest Robert Durst for the murder of his neighbor; in 2012, Robert Durst reaches out to filmmakers Andrew Jarecki and Marc Smerling and agrees to be interviewed. (HBO)

8:30 PM ET

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (“Windbreaker City”) – A heartbroken Jake’s spirits are lifted when the squad gets invited to a terrorist-training simulation; Gina gives Holt a psychological exam; Amy and Rosa vie for a day off. (FOX)

9:00 PM ET

The Walking Dead [MIDSEASON PREMIERE] (“What Happened and What’s Going On”) – After facing all of the recent trials, a slight detour may offer the solution that the group has been seeking. (AMC)

Downton Abbey – An old spark flares in Violet’s heart; Bates reveals the truth to Anna; a mystery is solved. (PBS)

Girls (“Cubbies”) – Hannah is confronted by her classmates; after getting rejected at another job interview, a frustrated Shoshanna spends the day with Ray; the tension between Marnie and Desi reaches a breaking point. (HBO)

Family Guy (“Quagmire’s Mom”) – When Lois takes Peter to open a checking account, they learn his first name is really Justin; Quagmire gets in trouble with his mother. (FOX)

Shameless (“Rite of Passage”) – Fiona’s announcement plans unravel when a coworker overdoses on heroin; Frank avoids Sammi; Debbie continues training; Mickey asks for Lip’s help in dealing with Ian; Kevin is on a mission. (Showtime)

Thicker Than Water (“Lock It Up”) – Southern belle Phaedra Parks visits the Tankards and takes it upon herself to advise Cyrene on boys and relationships; faced with empty-nest syndrome, Jewel undertakes a redecorating project; Brooklyn teaches Diamond how to be business savvy. (Bravo)

Total Divas (“Girl Vs. Girl Bye”) – Brie confesses that she doesn’t use protection, which could be the end of the Bella twins; Nattie is has to to work with TJ regardless of their separation; Ariane’s attempt to find out why Alicia hates her ends in a disaster. (E!)

Worst Cooks in America (“Blast From the Past”) – The final four must recreate their signature dishes from the first episode, using their newfound skills and food knowledge. (Food Network)

Sister Wives (“Anthropologists Move In”) – The Browns allow two anthropology students to move in with them for several days to get an unfiltered look at their polygamist lifestyle. (TLC)

9:30 PM ET

Bob’s Burgers (“Can’t Buy Me Math”) – Tina and Darryl team up to win the Cupid’s Couple contest; Linda plans a week of Valentine’s Day activities for her and Bob. (FOX)

Togetherness (“Houston We Have a Problem”) – Alex and Tina fly to Houston to pack up her belongings; Tina finds herself jealous of Alex; Brett whisks Michelle away for some much-needed intimacy. (HBO)

10:00 PM ET

Better Call Saul [SERIES PREMIERE] (“Uno”) – Jimmy works magic in the courtroom; after being inspired unexpectedly, Jimmy tries an unconventional method for pursuing potential clients. (AMC)

Masterpiece Mystery! (“Grantchester, Episode 4”) – Geordie and Sidney disagree over conduct of a murder investigation. (PBS)

Christina Milian Turned Up (“Let’s Twerk it Out”) – Christina is resolved to make her butt bigger and weighs all options, from twerk class to plastic surgery; Danielle gets a chance to build her own career and finally step out of Christina’s shadow. (E!)

Looking (“Looking Down the Road”) – Patrick tests the waters to see if he can still be friends with Richie; Patrick begins to question his relationship with Kevin; Agustin spends the day at a shelter with Eddie; Dom is greeted by an unexpected guest at Lynn’s. (HBO)

House of Lies (“The Urge to Save Humanity Is Almost Always a False Front for the Urge to Rule”) – Jeannie opposes Marty’s plan when things between Ellis and Maya boil over; Clyde develops feelings for Kelsey while seeking investors. (Showtime)

Cutthroat Kitchen (“Alton and the Chocolate Factory”) – One chef has to make molten chocolate cake, but without chocolate; two chefs have to make a savory chocolate dish with fish and eggs. (Food Network)

Sister Wives (“Robyn: Behind the Scenes”) – Recounting Robyn’s journey and the highlights of her first five years as Kody’s fourth wife; discussing early jealousies, bad hairstyles and everything in between. (TLC)

10:30 PM ET

Episodes (“Episode 405”) – Sean and Beverly must consider a writing partnership with Tim; Carol and Helen learn they share a bedfellow; Matt receives a lucrative invitation. (Showtime)

11:00 PM ET

Watch What Happens: Live – Actor Steve Harvey; TV host Hoda Kotb. (Bravo)

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver [SEASON PREMIERE] – News, politics and current events. (HBO)

11:15 PM ET

Talking Dead – Guests discuss “What Happened and What’s Going On.” (AMC)

11:30 PM ET

Mike Tyson Mysteries (“Ty-Stunned”) – The gang takes on a murder mystery! But this is no “Who killed Dr. Ensler in the study?” kind of mystery (although it does concern a Dr. Ensler who was killed in the study).

Fashion Queens – An all-new episode of the fashion talk show. (Bravo)

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