What to watch

January 29, 2024


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

The Greatest Night in Pop Netflix

Featuring never-before-seen footage, this documentar­y details how, on Jan. 25, 1985, dozens of the biggest names in music convened to record “We Are the World” to benefit African famine relief. Many of the artists who were there that legendary evening — Lionel Richie, Bruce Springstee­n, Smokey Robinson, Cyndi Lauper, Kenny Loggins, Dionne Warwick and Huey Lewis — reminisce alongside musicians, engineers and production crew about one of the most storied nights in music history.

College Basketball

ESPN & ESPN2, beginning at 6 p.m. Live

ESPN has a college basketball doublehead­er with Duke at Virginia Tech and Houston at Texas. Alcorn State is at Bethune-Cookman on ESPN2.


The CW, 7 p.m.

In “Rodeo and Juliet,” Cash’s (Beau Mirchoff) ride at Boulder Rocky Mountain Rodeo puts the McMurrays back in business.

America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League

NBC, 7 p.m.

The semifinal rounds begin tonight, with the remaining acts performing and two of them receiving Golden Buzzers to advance to the finals. A third act will be chosen by the audience voters.

Antiques Roadshow

PBS, 7 p.m.

At Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge, Massachuse­tts, Roadshow discovers treasures including a 1954 Marilyn Monroe tissue with a soldier’s letter and Paul Revere pottery vases.


CBS, 8 p.m. Season Finale 

The hit Paramount Network drama concludes its third season on CBS with two episodes tonight. Jamie (Wes Bentley) confronts his past in “Meaner Than Evil,” and John (Kevin Costner) sits down at the negotiatin­g table with friends and foes in “The World Is Purple.”

History’s Greatest Mysteries

History, 8 p.m. Season Premiere 

The series returns for Season 5 with “Montezuma’s Lost Treasure.” When an Aztec king’s glittering treasure vanished into thin air, it inspired a 500-year search that has spanned continents. One of the greatest warriors of all time amassed a great hoard believed to be worth more than $3 billion today, but its whereabout­s remain a mystery.

The Irrational

NBC, 9 p.m. New Episodes 

This new drama returns from hiatus to conclude its first season with four new episodes starting tonight with “Scorched Earth,” in which Alec (Jesse L. Martin) takes a case involving a young burn victim and an arson that forces him to confront past trauma. The series has been renewed for Season 2.

Independen­t Lens

PBS, 9 p.m.

Eight miles inland of Miami’s beaches,

Liberty City was home to one of the oldest segregated public housing projects in the United States. Now, with rising sea levels, the neighborho­od’s higher ground has become something else: real estate gold. This film, “Razing Liberty Square,” chronicles how Liberty City residents are fighting to save their community from climate gentrifica­tion.

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