1) Olympics, 7-11:30 p.m., NBC. The figure-skating team portion concludes with finals in three popular categories – women, pairs (shown here in 2018) and dance. Also in prime time, NBC has live coverage of the women’s alpine giant slalom (which then concludes from midnight to 2 a.m.) and women’s freestyle skiing. Men’s freestyle skiing is live at 1:30 a.m. on USA. There’s more all day, including the USA network’s live coverage of U.S.-Switzerland women’s hockey, at 8:10 a.m. , rerunning at 5 p.m.
2) “All Creatures Great and Small,” 9 p.m., PBS. Last week, Tristan was stunned to learn he’d flunked his vet-school finals. Now he’s fuming at his brother who – in an uncharacteristic moment of compassion – told him he’d passed. The feud comes just as the village team needs Tristan for its annual cricket match against a team led by Hugh, Helen’s former fiancé. It’s a fairly good episode, leading to terrific ones the next two Sundays, wrapping up the season.
3) Pro Bowl, 3 p.m., ABC and ESPN. Here are football’s greatest players — except not the ones who will be in the Super Bowl … or are injured … or don’t want to play. Aaron Rodgers is scheduled to start at quarterback for the NFC, with his favorite target (Davante Adams) at receiver … and Tom Brady ready to step in, for his final pro game. The AFC is scheduled to start Justin Herbert.
4) “Power Book IV” debut, 9:15 p.m., Starz. Tommy Egan has been a potent force in the “Power” shows, a lone white guy in a Black-run drug ring in New York. Suddenly short of money and power, he heads to Chicago and a fresh chance to be the boss.
5) ALSO: “Claws” has its series finale at 9 p.m. on TNT (rerunning at 10 p.m.), with the fun “Captain Marvel” (2019) as its lead-in at 6:30. Other movies include “Justice League” (2017) at 8 p.m. on TBS and “Lilies of the Field” (1963) — a small, feel-good movie with Sidney Poitier’s Oscar-winning performance — at 8 on Turner Classic movies.