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SUNDAY February 18, 2024

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

Romance in Hawaii Original Film

UPtv, 7 p.m. 

Leah (Kelley Jakle), a successful but dissatisfi­ed executive, discovers the missing passion from her life when she starts taking hula dance lessons from handsome local Ikaika (Cedric Jonathan) in Hawaii.

American Idol

ABC, 8 p.m.  Season Premiere Hosted by Ryan Seacrest, Season 22 of the hit singing competitio­n show premieres tonight with judges Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan set to return.

The Equalizer CBS, 8 p.m. Season Premiere

McCall (Queen Latifah) races to save the team after they’re put into extreme danger by her former CIA colleague Michelle Chambers (guest star Ilfenesh Hadera) in the Season 4 premiere, “Truth for a Truth.”

2024 People’s Choice Awards NBC & E!, 8 p.m. Live; also livestream­s on Peacock

Broadcast from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, this two-hour ceremony honors fan favorites across various categories

31 Days of Oscar 2024: Best Supporting Actor TCM, beginning at 7 a.m.

Turner Classic Movies’ 31 Days of Oscar event continues this morning and into the early evening with a lineup featuring more films co-starring men who won or were nominated for Best Supporting Actor: in movies, television, music and pop culture as voted by fans online. Categories have expanded this year to include Male Country Artist, Female Country Artist, Male Latin Artist, Female Latin Artist and Concert Tour. Among the honorary awards presented, Adam Sandler will receive the People’s Icon Award and Lenny Kravitz will be presented with the Music Icon Award. Kravitz will also perform; other performers include Kylie Minogue and Lainey Wilson. Actor Simu Liu hosts the ceremony.

NBA All-Star Game TNT, 8 p.m. Live

The 73rd NBA All-Star Game at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapol­is returns to the classic East vs. West format with four 12-minute quarters and standard scoring. Expect the Philadelph­ia 76ers’ Joel Embiid, the L.A. Lakers’ LeBron James, the Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokoun­mpo and the Denver Nuggets’ Nikola Jokic to put up big points against lax defense.

Krapopolis FOX, 8:30 p.m.

Tyrannis and Deliria (voices of Richard Ayoade and Hannah Waddingham) go to find the dragon that is causing a plague in Krapopolis in the new episode “Contagion.”

All Creatures Great and Small PBS, 9 p.m. Season Finale

Season 4 concludes with “On a Wing and a Prayer,” in which James (Nicholas Ralph) tries to get home for Christmas and Skeldale House prepares for a new arrival.

The Way Home Hallmark Channel, 9 p.m.

In “Wake Me Up When September Ends,” Alice (Sadie Laflamme-Snow) reevaluate­s the past and her friendship with Elliot (David Webster); Del (Andie MacDowell) questions

meo and Juliet (1936, nomination for Basil Rathbone), Friendly Persuasion (1956, nomination for Anthony Perkins), Quo Vadis (pictured) (1951, nomination­s for Leo Genn and Peter Ustinov), Cool Hand Luke

(1967, win for George Kennedy) and The Dirty Dozen (1967, nomination for John Cassavetes). Starting in primetime and going into tomorrow morning are films featuring Best Supporting Actor winners: Topkapi

(1964, Ustinov); Adaptation (2002, Chris Cooper), making its TCM premiere; Cabaret the stories she tells herself.

True Detective: Night Country

HBO, 9 p.m.  Season Finale

The story of two detectives (Jodie Foster and Kali Reis) investigat­ing the mysterious disappeara­nce of a group of research scientists during the dark winter of remote Alaska concludes.


FOX, 9:30 p.m.  New Episodes

The animated comedy starring Jon Hamm as the voice of grizzled detective Marvin Flute begins in its regular time slot tonight.

What Would You Do?

ABC, 10 p.m.  Season Premiere Bystanders grapple with a teacher’s side hustle and objections to immigrants applying for work in the first episode of the 16th season of the hidden-camera series.

CSI: Vegas

CBS, 10 p.m.  Season Premiere

In the Season 3 premiere, “The Reaper,” the CSI team combs through every crumb of forensic evidence to determine the innocence or guilt of their colleague Josh (Matt Lauria).

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(1972, Joel Grey); Come and Get It (1936, Walter Brennan, the first time this Oscar category was awarded); and Lust for Life
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MGM (1972, Joel Grey); Come and Get It (1936, Walter Brennan, the first time this Oscar category was awarded); and Lust for Life (1956, Anthony Quinn).
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MICHELE K. SHORT, ‘True Detective: Night Country’ HBO

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