“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” season-finale, 9 p.m., CW.
TV's traditions keep
being broken by “Crazy.” It has a quirky style – complete with
song-and-dance numbers – and great quality. It has abysmal ratings
... yet has been renewed for a third season.
The plot got
stagnant for a while, but now it's leaping ahead. After kissing her
boss in the elevator, Rebecca panicked and scheduled her wedding with
Josh in just two weeks. Her dad showed up, her mom sent a dress, the
pressure built. Will there actually be a wedding tonight? Possibly,
but don't count on it. Josh has a moment of introspection, which is
not his natural state.
II: “The Lego Movie” (2014), 8 p.m., TBS, and others.
This is a night
stuffed with entertaining movies, two of them animated. There's
“Despicable Me” at 9:03 p.m. on Disney and this delight on TBS.
At 7 p.m., Freeform has the second Harry Potter film (2002). At 8,
HBO has “Deadpool” (2016), E has “Wedding Crashers” (2005)
and Starz has the “Ghostbusters” remake (2016). At 8 p.m. ET,
Turner Classic Movies has “The Birds” (1963), an erratic Alfred
ALTERNATIVE: “Live From Lincoln Center,” 9 p.m., PBS.
This is the 50th
year for the Lincoln Center's “Mostly Mozart Festival,” so
tonight's broadcast does it up big. There are new performances of
Mozart's first symphony and hislast ( the 41st,
“Jupiter”), plus his 12th piano concerto, with Richard
And there are clips
from this summer and from past fests, That includes “Mozart
Dances,” choreographed by Mark Morris. It also includes a David
Lang piece for 1,000 voices.
p.m., CBS. MacGyver must catch a corrupt FBI agent who framed someone
for murder. Don't worry; Mac has a fish scaler and some fishing wire
to work with.
p.m., Fox. When a former child star is killed, Dr. Rosewood explores
friendship and apartment technology. The result is earnest, but
mostly flat and uninvolving.
Standing,” 8 p.m., ABC. Eve's parents want her to focus on choosing
a college. When she makes up her mind, they have second thoughts.
“Dr. Ken,” 8:31
p.m., ABC. Since its spot next week will go to Charlie Brown, “Dr.
Ken” airs its Valentine's Day episode early. Molly dismisses the
holiday; Allison wants it to be low-key ... then isn't so sure. Also,
there's your usual case of love-poem mistaken identity.
9 p.m., NBC. Last week ended with Dorothy meeting the Wizard and
holding him at gunpoint. Now we learn more about his past ... and why
he already knows her. It's a fairly good episode that ends with
9 p.m., CBS. Probing a case involving shark fins, the team finds
something bigger: A former leprosy colony in Hawaii may be the hiding
place for a Nazi war criminal.
10 p.m., CBS. When a gang leader is killed, the Reagans rush into
action. Danny probes the possibility that a probation officer was
romantically involved with the shooter; his dad, the police
commissioner, meets a rival gang leader (played by Method Man),
hoping to prevent a gang war.