Here and Now (9 p.m., HBO) – A new series about a multi-racial family made up of a husband, a wife and three adopted children from Somalia, Vietnam and Colombia. It stars Tim Robbins and Holly Hunter.
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NC Bookwatch (Noon, UNCTV) – James Dodson talks about “The Range Bucket List.”
2018 Winter Olympics (7 p.m., NBC) – Tonight we get the figure skating team event (men’s and ladies’ free skate, ice dance); alpine skiing (women’s giant slalom); freestyle skiing (women’s moguls gold medal final); snowboarding (women’s slopestyle gold medal final); and luge (men’s singles gold medal runs). For information on all the ways to watch and stream the Olympics, check out our viewing guide.
Dear Black Athlete (8 p.m., ESPN) – A series of conversations featuring prominent African American athletes, and civic and community leaders, from the historic Sixth Avenue Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama.
Homeland (9 p.m., Showtime) – In the Season 7 premiere, Carrie and Franny are living with Maggie’s family, while Saul and the detained employees are in prison.
Cooking with Love (9 p.m., Hallmark) – A bonus Valentine’s Day movie! A cheerful TV producer doesn’t have time for love, but when paired with a bad boy celebrity chef for a children’s cooking show, the two find the fun side of love.
Victoria (9 p.m., UNC-TV) – Victoria flees to the Scottish Highlands with her court, hoping that she and Albert will have a chance to be a normal couple.