‘I Am the Night,’ The Super Bowl, ‘Russian Doll,’ and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week


I Am the Night: A young woman explores the secrets of her past and discovers that she might be tied to one of the most notorious murders in Hollywood history. Chris Pine starts in this a weird true story. 8 p.m., TNT

Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists: A look at legendary New York journalists Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill. FAKE NEWS. 7 p.m., HBO

The Bachelor: From the promos, it looks like Miss North Carolina is going to 1. have the one-on-one date and 2. open up about being sexually assaulted, a topic she discussed in the pageant. 7 p.m., ABC


The State of the Union was supposed to take place tonight but thanks to Nancy Pelosi’s brass balls, it’s been postponed. As a result, everyone is just airing reruns. As for what to watch?

May I suggest catching up with your DVR recordings? Maybe with that Netflix queue that is backed up? I finally got around to Fyre on Netflix and Get Me Roger Stone and I recommend both. But if you’re missing the sense of existential dread that the SOTU would have provided, I urge you to watch Hereditary on Amazon.

Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias: One Show Fits All: Or this. This is new. You could watch this, I suppose. Netflix


Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television*: The ultra-meta comedy is back for its second season — and it knows it. YouTube

A Quiet Place: BE QUIET.  7 p.m., Epix


Will & Grace: Will and Jack wonder if they are each other’s soul mates in the mid-season premiere. 8:30 p.m., NBC

A Star is Born: No Lady Gaga here.The ORIGINAL original 1937 version. 8:45 p.m., TCM


Russian Doll: Natasha Lyonne relives the same terrible party in this new dark comedy. Series premiere. Netflix

The ABC Murders: John Malkovich is your new Hercule Poirot. Series premiere. Amazon

Velvet Buzzsaw: A horror movie set in the art world starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Toni Collette which looks batshit insane. Netflix

Generation Wealth: PEOPLE ARE THE WORST. Amazon


Groundhog Day marathon: Get it? 10 p.m., Pop

Quentin Tarantino marathon: We’ve got your Inglourious Basterds and your Pulp Fiction and your Jackie Brown 5:25, Showtime 2


Super Bowl: I mean, after the way the Patriots and the Rams got into the Super Bowl, does anyone really want to watch this game? guhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh 5 p.m., CBS

The World’s Best: Drew Barrymore, Faith Hill, RuPaul, and James Corden judge this new talent competition from traitor to this country, Mark Burnett. Season premiere! 9 p.m.-ish, CBS

Puppy Bowl: PUPPPPPIEEEEESSSSSSSSS 2 p.m., Animal Planet


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