There’s a bowl for everybody, with the Super Bowl, the Puppy Bowl, the Kitten Bowl and TLC’s “Dr. Pimple Popper: The Poppy Bowl.”
What’s on TV
SUPER BOWL LIII 6:30 p.m. on CBS. Tom Brady is about to make his ninth Super Bowl appearance Sunday, because the New England Patriots take on the Rams, the primary crew to signify Los Angeles within the soccer sport since 1984. Sure, the entire thing may really feel a little bit like a rerun contemplating it’s the Patriots’ fourth Super Bowl in 5 years, however informal viewers also can count on star-studded commercials and halftime show performances by Maroon 5, Travis Scott and Big Boi throughout this 12 months’s three-hour broadcast.
PUPPY BOWL XV three p.m. on Animal Planet. If watching sweaty grown males run up and down a area for 3 hours isn’t your thought of an pleasant night, you might have an interest the 15th annual Puppy Bowl, that includes 93 puppies from shelters throughout the nation, all in the hunt for loving properties. This 12 months, the pups might be divided into Team Ruff and Team Fluff and run round a miniature soccer area scattered with toys whereas commentators and cameras seize each cute transfer behind the scenes, too. Information on find out how to undertake a pet might be a part of the present, and might be on Animal Planet’s website.
KITTEN BOWL VI 2 p.m. on Hallmark. Cat lovers can discover their very own pet-centric bowl sport on Hallmark. The sixth annual Kitten Bowl is hosted by the animal advocate Beth Stern, who’s joined by the previous N.F.L. gamers Rodney Peete, Rashad Jennings and Boomer Esiason, and can be geared toward discovering properties for rescue animals.
DR. PIMPLE POPPER: THE POPPY BOWL 5 p.m. on TLC. If you’re not already certainly one of Sandra Lee’s three million Instagram followers, four million YouTube subscribers or avid TLC present viewers (a.ok.a. a “popaholic”), you might not but understand the satisfaction that may come from watching the superstar dermatologist extract pus from her sufferers’ pimples. That might all change Sunday, when TLC airs a six-hour marathon of the present.
I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO (2016) on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes,Vudu and YouTube. It’s Black History Month and nearly as good a time as ever to revisit Raoul Peck’s Oscar-nominated documentary about James Baldwin. The movie depends on Baldwin’s own words (narrated by Samuel L. Jackson) and is predicated partially on his unfinished manuscript referred to as “Remember This House.” In his review of the film, A.O. Scott of The New York Times mentioned the film was “an advanced seminar in racial politics,” one which “speaks to the present moment with greater clarity and force, insisting on uncomfortable truths and drawing stark lessons from the shadows of history.”