“The LEGO Movie” (2014), 8 p.m., TBS or “Bonnie and Clyde”
8 p.m. ET, Turner
should be happy tonight. For kids (and others) there's a witty,
animated gem; for grown-ups, there's the film that took the
true-crime tale to new heights.
“Bonnie and Clyde”
is No. 41 on the American Film Institute list of best American
movies. It won Oscars for cinematography and supporting actress
Estelle Parsons and was nominated for eight more, including Warren
Beatty, Faye Dunaway and best picture. “LEGO,” oddly, was
nominated only for its “Everything is Awesome” song; voters
snubbed a movie in which everything is, indeed, awesome.
II: “Hawaii Five-0,” 9 p.m., CBS.
For two years and 13
episodes, the Five-0 people have sought Gabriel Waincraft. The
brother of Chin's late wife Malia, he's an ex-con who – in a gang
initiation, long ago – killed Chin's father.
In this rerun, they
have him ... and must protect him. He's wounded, inside a dilapidated
building, as enemy gunmen prepare to storm in. In the midst of a
shoot-out, cops look for a way to get out.
ALTERNATIVE: Football, cable.
On Saturday, the
college season will reaches full-speed ... including an ABC
triple-header that totals five nationally ranked teams. Tonight
should help get us in the mood.
Kansas State at Stanford (ranked No. 9) at 7 p.m. ET on Fox Sports 1,
Army at Temple at 7 p.m. on CBS Sports Network and Colorado State at
Colorado, at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN. Other games have regional telecasts,
including Furman at Michigan State (No. 12) on the Big Ten Network.
Video Music Awards,
8-10:30 a.m. and 7:30-10 p.m., MTV. Sunday's show delivered more than
it had promised. Yes, it promised performances by Rihanna, Britney
Spears, Future and Nick Jonas, plus a duet by Arianna Grande and
Nicki Minaj. But Rihanna did four songs, not one; added to the night
were the Chainsmokers and – in a 15-minute swirl – Beyonce.
Here's a rerun of the night.
Angeles,” 8 p.m. CBS. It's action-hero time in this rerun:
Top-secret information has been stolen from a container at the site
of a fire; now Sam and Callen go undercover as firefighters.
Shores,” 8 p.m., Hallmark. If you've missed the first three Sundays
of this solidly made series, there's still time to catch up. In this
rerun, Abby (a business executive) and Bree (a writer) ponder moving
back to their gorgeous home town, where their sister is opening an
inn. Meanwhile, Trace (Jesse Metcalfe) gets disturbing news from his
past life in Nashville.
p.m,, Syfy, rerunning at 11. In a desperate attempt to stop Level
Six's plan for the Quad, team members link with an old enemy.
“Miracle on the
Hudson,” 9 p.m., National Geographic. A week before the Tom Hanks
film “Sully” opens, here's a rerun of the documentary about
Chesley Sullenberger's unprecedented landing of a distressed airliner
on the Hudson River.
10 p.m., CBS. While pursuing a robbery crew, Danny and Baez work with
a detective (Johnathon Schaech) from another precinct. That's a
problem for Baez: This is the guy who broke her heart, years ago.
Meanwhile, the cop who was acquitted of a shooting is now up for
10 p.m., Syfy, rerunning at midnight. As chaos breaks out on the
ship, we learn more about the crew members' dark pasts.