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What to watch



February 6, 2023

All times Pacific. Start times can vary based on cable/satellite provider. Confirm times on your on-screen guide.

College Basketball

ESPN, Beginning at 4 p.m. Live

A college basketball doublehead­er on ESPN has the Duke Blue Devils at the Miami Hurricanes and the Texas Longhorns at the Kansas Jayhawks.


BYUTV, 5 p.m. New Series

This acquired kids sci-fi/mystery series from the CBBC (a British public broadcast children’s channel owned and operated by the BBC) begins its story in 1997, when four kids vanish from an adventure camp in Silverpoin­t Woods. Over two decades later, one boy aims to find out what happened. Silverpoin­t’s first season has already aired in Britain, where it was nominated for two of BAFTA’S Children & Young People Awards. The show joins other popular acquired internatio­nal young-adult series on BYUTV, like Malory Towers. The entire first season is currently available at and on the BYUTV app.

America’s Got Talent: All-stars

NBC, 8 p.m.

Auditions continue as winners, finalists, favorites and viral sensations vie for the chance to win the title of AGT All-star. Superfans vote on one last act to move to the finals.

NCIS CBS, 9 p.m.

In preparatio­n for a role, a world-renowned actress (guest star Tania Raymonde) shadows the NCIS team as they investigat­e a decapitati­on case in the new episode “Evil Eye.”

C.B. Strike: Troubled Blood HBO, 9 p.m. Season Premiere

Childhood grief haunts London PI Cormoran Strike (Tom Burke) and his client in this four-part adaptation of the fifth J.K. Rowling (writing as Robert Galbraith) novel. When Anna Phipps (Sophie Ward) asks Strike to pursue the cold case of her mother, missing since 1974, he agrees, although he’s caring for his dying aunt (Call the Midwife’s Linda Bassett). By the sleuth’s side: unfalterin­g Robin Ellacott (Holliday Grainger). The partners are “firm friends,” Grainger says, but they’ll question whether there’s anything more.

History’s Greatest of All Time With Peyton Manning History, 10 p.m.  New Series

NFL great Peyton Manning executive produces and hosts this series that finds him, in each hourlong episode, counting down the top 10 GOATS (greatest of all time) across categories ranging from titans of industry and daredevils to sports cars and sports stadiums. To rank each contender, Manning asks 100 experts in the various subjects to weigh in using statistics, innovation and historical impact/legacy as criteria. As each person is ranked, viewers will learn incredible facts as well as the history behind each topic, followed by a vigorous debate.

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