7:00 America's Funniest Home Videos
8:00 Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
9:00 Desperate Housewives #148 "Flashback"
10:00 Brothers & Sisters #101 "The One That Got Away" (Valentine's)
ABC is all new on Sunday night but its female-skewing lineup could suffer against the Grammy Awards as it did against the Golden Globes a few weeks back. Shows have been down the past couple days and coupled with the Grammys, we could see season lows here, at least from 9-11pm.
Prediction: Videos - 7.8 million, 1.9/Makeover - 7.9 million, 2.0/Housewives - 10.1 million, 2.9/Brothers - 6.9 million, 2.0
7:00 60 Minutes
8:00 53rd Annual Grammy Awards (SPECIAL)
CBS has the Grammy Awards, which got its best numbers since 2004 last year with 25.8 million viewers and a 9.4 demo. It will be hard to top that but there are lots of anticipated performances so another strong showing could happen.
Prediction: 60 Mins - 10.8 million, 1.5/Grammys - 23.9 million, 9.2
7:00 Dateline NBC
9:00 Harry's Law #1 "Pilot" (REPEAT)
10:00 Harry's Law #2 "Heart of Passion" (REPEAT)
NBC is choosing to not compete with the Grammys by giving more exposure to Harry's Law. This will be the third time these episodes are aired so don't expect much here or from Dateline.
Prediction: Dateline - 4.9 million, 1.1/Harry's 9pm - 3.0 million, 0.6/Harry's 10pm - 3.2 million, 0.6
7:00 The Simpsons #474 "Moms I'd Like to Forget" (REPEAT)
7:30 American Dad! #107 "A Pinata Named Desire"
8:00 The Simpsons #477 "The Blue and the Gray"
8:30 Bob's Burgers #4 "Sexy Dance Fighting"
9:00 Family Guy #157 "Friends of Peter G."
9:30 The Cleveland Show #34 "A Short Story and a Tall Tale"
After the Pro Bowl and then the Super Bowl, FOX's animated lineup is back. There's likely not a ton of crossover for the Grammys but there isn't any football to fuel numbers. They may be up from the last time when they aired against the AFC Championship Game, but not by much.
Prediction: Simpsons 7:00 - 3.0 million, 1.2/Dad - 4.5 million, 1.9/Simpsons 8:00 - 6.9 million, 3.1/Burgers - 5.2 million, 2.2/Family - 7.3 million, 3.2/Cleveland - 5.8 million, 2.3