1) “The Perfect 10,” 8-9:30 p.m., Fox. On Super Bowl eve, this documentary (narrated by Andre Braugher) profiles the 10 players who won the top awards for college (Heisman Trophy) and pros (Hall of Fame). There are six running backs (including O.J. Simpson), a quarterback (Roger Staubach) and Paul Hornung, who was both; plus receiver Tim Brown (shown here) and defensive back Charles Woodson. That’s followed at 9:30 by a transplanted “First Things First.”
2) “NCIS: Hawaii,” 8 p.m., CBS. In a rerun from last season, Jesse (Noah Mills) takes his daughter Gracie sailing and they’re attacked by pirates. Now the team scrambles to rescue Gracie.
3) Pre-Valentine movies. As the holiday nears, there are romance marathons. On Hallmark, that’s from 10 a.m., to midnight, with “A Paris Proposal” debuting at 8 p.m. On Great American Family, it’s noon to 10 p.m., with “A Charming Valentine” (which debuted last month as “The Love Subscription”) at 8. Also, Disney+ and Paramount+ have new romance clusters and Netflix debuted Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher in “Your Place or Mine.”
4) More movies. It’s Michelle Yeoh night. She co-stars in “Crazy Rich Asians” (2018), at 7:30 p.m. on TNT, and stars in “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” at 6:30 on Showtime. For the latter, she already has a pile of awards (including Golden Globe and National Board of Review) plus an Oscar nomination. Other terrific movies are “Little Women” (2019), at 6:42 p.m. on Starz, and “A Soldier’s Story” (1984), at 8 p.m. ET on Turner Classic Movies.
5) “Murdoch Mysteries” season-opener, 7 p.m,. ET, Ovation, Here’s a rare case of a dependable show trying too hard. In its past 15 seasons, it’s usually had basic, relatable tales that wrap up at the end of each hour. But this is the first half of a two-parter – spanning two countries and many quirks – that fails to finish its main crime story. “Murdoch” will, we assume, soon get better.