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“The Masked Singer” (9:30 p.m., FOX): Jamie Foxx drops in as a guest panelist as Season 3 of this hit series premieres in a maximum visibility time period, immediately following the NFL championship game, but that’s only appropriate for a game show as totally bonkers as this one. The second episode airs Wednesday, Feb. 5. Host Nick Cannon welcomes 18 celebrity contestants this season, up from Season 2’s 16, and fans can count on seeing some new costumes. The show’s producers also are making the clues generally harder in this edition.
“Delicious Miss Brown” (11 a.m., Food): Looking for a few last-minute additions to your refreshments? Host Kardea Brown may have just the thing in a new episode called “Big Game Bites,” which finds her getting ready to host her hungry family for the NFL’s main event. Her menu includes fried chicken wings with a variety of homemade dipping sauces, Southern deviled eggs and chips with crab dip.
“Kitten Bowl VII” (1 p.m., 4 p.m., Hallmark): More than 100 adorable kittens, all of them rescued and up for adoption, compete in this year’s edition of the Feline Football Championship. TV personality and author Beth Stern returns as host from Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl Stadium, where she’ll be joined by commentators Jill Wagner and Brennan Elliott providing play-by-play coverage, as well as Feline Football League commissioner Boomer Esiason. Former NFL running back Rashad Jennings serves as field correspondent.
“Puppy Bowl XVI Pre-Game Show” (1:02 p.m., ANIM): Animal Planet collaborated with 61 dedicated animal shelters and rescue organizations representing more than 25 states to fill the rosters of this year’s face-off between Team Ruff and Team Fluff with nearly 100 adoptable puppies, the most in the event’s history. Fans may notice a change in team colors, from the previous yellow and green to “Bark Blue” and “Tail Mary Tangerine.”
“The Outsider” (8 p.m., 10:10 p.m., 12:15 a.m., HBO): After returning from a truly revelatory trip to New York, a fired-up Holly (Cynthia Erivo) starts searching for clues at several locations connected to the Dayton case in a new episode called “Tear-Drinker.” Meanwhile, after finding herself thoroughly shaken up by an unnerving incident at work, Jeannie (Mare Winningham) delivers an ominous warning to Ralph (Ben Mendelsohn).
“The EE British Academy Film Awards 2020” (8:10 p.m., BBCA): Graham Norton hosts this year’s ceremonies from the Royal Albert Hall in London as the British Academy of Film and Television Arts hands out accolades for the best films and documentaries that screened in British cinemas during 2019. Leading this year’s pack of nominees is “Joker” with 11 nods, followed closely by “The Irishman” and “Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood” (tied at 10 each) and the wartime drama “1917” (nine).
“Worst Cooks in America” (9 p.m., 12 a.m., Food): In a NFL-friendly new episode called “Let’s Get Ready to Tailgate,” the recruits prepare game day dishes that determine how quickly they can move down the field to the end zone. Next, they recreate some supremely tasty burgers created by Alton Brown and Anne Burrell. Finally, for the main dish challenge, the recruits whip up some staples of the Southern tailgating tradition, with the least successful teammates winding up cut.
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