1) Basketball. At 6 p.m. ET, CBS has an hour announcing the brackets in the NCAA tourney. Before that, there are still conference tournaments to settle. On CBS. It’s the Atlantic 10 at 1 p.m. ET and the Big Ten (shown here in a previous game) at 3:30; on ESPN, it’s the SEC at 1 and the American at 3:15. Also, ESPN2 has the Ivy League at noon. In each case, the winner gets an automatic tourney spot; in most, the loser will get one, too.
2) “Killing Eve,” 8 p.m., BBC America (also, 9 p.m. Monday, AMC). “I don’t like the way I feel,” Villanelle confides to a therapist she sort of abducted. She tried to feel religious, even attending a church-group camp. That experiment ended last week when she killed the vicar and his daughter with a tent peg. Now she gropes with her feelings … and her obsession with Eve, who’s closer to finding the leader of the Twelve. It’s a great hour, with a surprise at the end.
3) “The Walking Dead,” 9 p.m., AMC, rerunning at 11:06 p.m., 12:12 a.m., AMC. Gov. Milton tours three communities that she might bring into her domain; Alexandria seems fine, but for the others, Maggie is the key. And in a terrific side story, Eugene gets a second chance to meet “Stephanie,” whom he fell in love with via shortwave radio. There was an imposter, working as a spy; now he meets the real one.
4) “Critics Choice Awards,” 7-10 p.m., CW. Two weeks before the Oscars, here’s a near-identical set of best-picture nominees. There’s “West Side Story” (which is at 6:15 p.m. on HBO), “Belfast,” “Dune,” “Coda,” “Don’t Look Up,” “King Richard,” “Nightmare Alley,” “Licorice Pizza” and “The Power of the Dog.” The lone exception is that this has “Tick, Tick … Boom” instead of “Drive My Car.” There are also TV categories; Nicole Byer and Taye Diggs host.
5) “Transplant,” 10 p.m., NBC. Last week, Bash was adjusting to the jolt: For five years, he didn’t know if Rania (his girlfriend in Syria) was alive; now she’s made it to Canada. In a fairly good episode, he ponders what’s next, while others try to figure out the guy who has become their boss while Dr. Bishop recovers.