Bruno Mars and Jay-Z compete for best honors at the 60th annual Grammys. And a documentary explores the notorious spiritual cult chief David Koresh.
What’s on TV
60TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS 7:30 p.m. on CBS. Can Jay-Z win the award that his partner, Beyoncé, didn't seize ultimate yr? He’s up for album of the yr for the introspective “4:44,” which serves as a significant other piece and apologetic reaction to her explosive “Lemonade,” which misplaced to Adele’s “25” ultimately yr’s ceremonies. But he’ll need to defeat Kendrick Lamar, Bruno Mars and Childish Gambino — all appearing this yr — in addition to Lorde. Performers additionally come with Elton John — who not too long ago introduced a retirement excursion — Lady Gaga, Rihanna and U2. There will probably be tributes to Chuck Berry, Tom Petty and Fats Domino.
N.H.L. ALL-STAR GAME Three:30 p.m. on NBC. Alex Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby are longtime competitors, having clashed in the playoffs numerous instances over the years. But they’ll swimsuit up subsequent to one another in the All-Star Game, which is performed out in a fast paced Three-on-Three match. The successful staff takes house $1 million in prize cash. And the N.F.L. PRO BOWL airs at Three on ESPN.
BRAVEHEART four and eight p.m. on BBC America. Mel Gibson’s exhaustive, onerous depiction of the First War of Scottish Independence gained 5 Oscars in 1996, together with absolute best image. He stars as William Wallace, a kilted warrior who rallies his countrymen in opposition to British rule via rousing speeches and rugged swordplay. “‘Braveheart’ evokes old-fashioned movie epics,” Caryn James wrote in The New York Times. “Mr. Gibson’s stroke of brilliance is to revel in those epic qualities — tragic romance and unbounded heroism, gorgeous photography and a cast of thousands — and add a swift contemporary kick.”
WACO: MADMAN OR MESSIAH nine p.m. on A&E. The previous couple of years have introduced many ’90s antagonists again to the leading edge of popular culture, from O .J. Simpson to Tonya Harding. The lightning rod of the second is David Koresh, the spiritual cult chief who died in 1993 in conjunction with lots of his Branch Davidian fans after a protracted disagreement with the F.B.I. Those occasions are being dramatized on Paramount’s “Waco,” starring Taylor Kitsch. A&E takes a distinct way on Sunday, with a documentary particular that incorporates pictures of Mr. Koresh all the way through the 51-day standoff. Nine surviving contributors of the sect are interviewed, in addition to contributors of the F.B.I. who had been serious about the siege.
STRONG ISLAND on Netflix. In 1991, an unarmed, black 24-year-old instructor named William Ford Jr. used to be shot and killed on Long Island. The fallout from his loss of life and the instances surrounding it are explored on this movie, which used to be directed through his brother Yance and nominated for absolute best characteristic documentary at the Oscars.