• The new special “Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials” air at 9 on CBS. You can watch on WOIO–TV Channel 19 (cable Channel 10).
• The Cleveland Cavaliers travel to Tennessee to take on the Memphis Grizzlies in a game airing tonight at 8 on Fox Sports Network Ohio (cable Channel 36).
• Actress and former Miss America Vanessa Williams is featured on tonight’s new episode of “Who Do You Think You Are?,” which airs at 8 on NBC. The show will focus on Williams as she travels to Washington, D.C., and South Carolina while researching her ancestry. “Who Do You Think You Are?” can be seen on WKYC–TV Channel 3 and WTOV–TV Channel 9.
• On tonight’s new episode of “Kitchen Nightmares,” Chef Ramsay travels to New Jersey to help the inexperienced owners of a steakhouse. The show airs at 8 on Fox and can be seen on WJW–TV Channel 8.
• Tune to ABC at 9 for a new episode of “Primetime: What Would You Do?.” The show can be seen on WEWS–TV Channel 5. Segments tonight focus on an off-duty security guard who confronts a Latino family for no apparent reason; a person who steals a waiter’s tip; a shop manager discriminates against deaf job applicants; and a man from a wanted poster enters a restaurant.
• If you stick with ABC at 10 you can cat “A Barbara Walters Special: A Matter of Life and Death.” The show, which also airs on WEWS–TV Channel 5, features Walters and a number of guests discussing heart health.
• If you’re in the mood for some classic movies, tune to Turner Classic Movies (cable Channel 50) for two of the best as TCM celebrates “31 Days of Oscar.” Olivia de Havilland and Montgomery Clift star in “The Heiress,” which airs at 8. The film features de Havilland’s Oscar-winning portrayal of Catherine Sloper, a plain and painfully shy woman who falls in love, only to be disappointed. It’s followed at 10 by “The Bridge on the River Kwai,” winner of the Oscar as best movie of 1957.
• A new episode of “Merlin” airs at 10 on SYFY (cable Channel 51). Tonight, Merlin and Arthur find themselves outnumbered in a tavern brawl.
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