1) “Almost Family” finale, 8 and 9 p.m., Fox. One of the season’s more promising shows never caught on. Juggling serious drama with light humor, it ended up with neither audience. The story started with an esteemed fertility doctor (Tim Hutton) arrested for secretly substituting his own sperm. His daughter (Brittany Snow, shown at right) reluctantly bonded with two of her half-sisters, Edie and Roxy. Now his trial begins, as Edie faces an ethical disclosure and Roxy plans a drastic move.
2) NAACP Image Awards, 8 p.m., BET, MTV and VH1; 10 p.m., BET. Jill Scott and H.E.R perform, with Anthony Anderson hosting. It’s his seventh straight year; in the past five, “Black-ish” was named best TV comedy, with Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross as best actor and actress. Entertainer-of-the-year nominees are producer Tyler Perry, singer Lizzo and actors Angela Bassett, Regina King and Billy Porter. For best movie: “Harriet,” “Just Mercy,” “Us,” “Queen & Slim” and “Dolemite is My Name.”
3) “Seven Worlds, One Planet,” 9 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. ET, BBC America; 9 p.m. ET,IFC; 9 p.m., AMC and Sundance. It’s time for Antarctica and harsh extremes. A baby seal goes directly from the warmth of the womb to a minus-40-degree snowpack, where it struggles for 10 days; young penguins stumble through ice chunks guarded by a giant leopard seal. But there’s also beauty here, from gorgeous, fairyland-type underwater scenes to signs of a whale comeback, as 150 creatures converge.
4) “NCIS,” 8 p.m., CBS. This rerun starts with the probe of a Marine’s murder, then finds something else – a labyrinth of live-streaming spy cameras hidden in the rooms of a Virginia motel.
5) “Saturday Night Live,” 11:29 p.m., NBC. Adam Driver hosts this rerun, with great work by Halsey as music guest. Driver has some funny sketches, particularly one that has him hosting a science show with clueless kids.