A long-standing rivalry gets renewed today at New York's Madison Square Garden, where Jahlil Okafor and the Duke Blue Devils face D'Angelo Harrison and the St. John's Red Storm in these teams' first meeting in three years. The second-ranked Blue Devils can fill it up with the best of them, thanks to the exploits of freshman center Okafor and senior guard Quinn Cook, while the No. 15 Red Storm boast a tough front court led by junior forward Chris Obekpa.
2015 NHL All-Star Game
Thanks to a lockout and a Winter Olympics, it's been three years since the NHL last played an All-Star Game, but today it's back with a vengeance as hockey's best players vie in the 60th event at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. This year's game continues the fantasy draft format that debuted in 2011, in which two team captains (as voted by participating players) draft players for their team. Chicago Blackhawks Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews are expected to be among the draftees.
Lou (Martin Short) advises John (John Mulaney) on a supposedly surefire way to get his way with his roommates in the new episode "Power Moves." Of course, what works for Lou may not work for everyone, as John soon discovers. Jane (Nasim Pedrad) gets assistance from Motif (Seaton Smith) as she tries to adjust to her new cat -- while the feline also attempts to get used to her. Elliott Gould and Zack Pearlman also star.
In one of the more planned-to-be-compact runs of any series lately, the largely musical parody of ancient times ends its season with two new episodes. In the first, "My Cousin Izzy," Isabella and Galavant (Karen David, Joshua Sasse) have different ideas on how he can make his mark with her parents. Then, "It's All in the Executions" involves King Richard (Timothy Omundson) and a duel. Rutger Hauer and Sophie McShera ("Downton Abbey") guest star.
2015 Pro Bowl
The NFL's best -- minus the players for the teams participating in Super Bowl XLIX next week -- take the field at University of Phoenix Stadium for the 2015 Pro Bowl. This year's game continues the format that debuted in 2014, of two team captains drafting players to fill out their rosters. This year, the team heads in question are Hall of Fame wide receivers Cris Carter and Michael Irvin.
Inventor and entrepreneur Elon Musk voices his animated likeness in the new episode "The Musk Who Fell to Earth," which brings him to Springfield and gives him an immediate liking for Homer (voice of Dan Castellaneta). Together, they work on an overhaul of the nuclear plant, but Mr. Burns (voice of Harry Shearer) deems the newcomer a bit too ambitious. It's then up to Homer to figure out a way to get Musk out of the picture.
Away & Back
A family of trumpeter swans makes its home on the Peterson farm, to the delight of 10-year-old Frankie Peterson (Maggie Elizabeth Jones). The birds also attract the attention of Ginny Newsom (Minka Kelly, "Friday Night Lights"), a well-intentioned but pushy ornithologist whose abrasive style immediately turns off Frankie's widowed father, Jack (Jason Lee, "My Name Is Earl"). As time passes, though, their hostility starts to turn into something else in this 2015 romantic comedy.
The 63rd Annual Miss Universe Pageant
Who's the world's top beauty? One of them will be determined, anyway, as entrants from all over the globe vie for the title as the yearly event is presented from Florida International University in Miami-Doral, Fla. Last year's winner, Gabriela Isler of Venezuela, will crown the woman who follows in her footsteps. Natalie Morales ("Today") and MSNBC's Thomas Roberts are the hosts. Donald Trump continues as one of the prime forces behind the contest.
The Great British Baking Show
The title "Pies & Tarts" is enough to indicate what tasty treats are prepared in this new episode. The bakers still in the competition are about midway through it as they have to make custard tarts -- and if that seems like a familiar dish, it's followed by a challenge to make one that isn't, mini pear pies. The biggest task is yet to come, though: a three-tiered pie, on which the clock is ticking since there's just four hours to make it from start to completion.
21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards
Debbie Reynolds receives her union's Life Achievement Award during this year's ceremonies honoring outstanding performances in films and TV. Presented by her daughter, Carrie Fisher, Reynolds' award recognizes her career achievement and humanitarian accomplishments. Among the film categories, the ensembles of "Birdman," "Boyhood," "The Grand Budapest Hotel," "The Imitation Game" and "The Theory of Everything" are up for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture.
Rick Forman tries to modernize his discount clothing-store chain while posing incognito in the new episode "Forman Mills." Old cash registers and methods of price checking that are impacting productivity are among his concerns, and his employees -- not realizing who he is -- generally aren't very patient with his questioning and his manner of working.
Trying to ensure that Sophia (guest star Eva Longoria) can give attention to their relationship as well as her work, Jake (Andy Samberg) goes directly to her boss (guest star Chris Parnell, formerly a Samberg castmate on "Saturday Night Live") in the new episode "Defense Rests." Wuntch (guest star Kyra Sedgwick) ends up having to go to her nemesis Holt (Andre Braugher) for a professional recommendation. Terry Crews also stars.