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What to Watch on Sunday: ‘Here and Now’ debuts on HBO, ‘Homeland’ returns to Showtime

Tim Robbins, left, and Holly Hunter in the new HBO series “Here and Now.”
Tim Robbins, left, and Holly Hunter in the new HBO series “Here and Now.” Ali Paige Goldstein/HBO

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.

Also on . . .

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.