‘The EE British Academy Film Awards’
Returning host, witty comedian/author Stephen Fry, is reason enough to watch Britain’s big-deal awards show, but you could watch for the fashion, the acceptance speeches or to see who takes home the statuettes. There’s still plenty of time left to change your answers in the office Oscar pool. 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16, on BBC America ().
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Also on Sunday
“XXII Winter Olympics,” 7 p.m. (NBC): From Sochi, Russia. Figure skating: ice dancing short dance; alpine skiing: men’s super-G gold-medal final; snowboarding: women’s snowboard cross gold-medal final; speed skating: women’s 1,500 meter gold-medal final; bobsled: two-man competition.
“An American in Paris” (1951), 7:15 p.m. (TCM): An American soldier stays in Paris after World War II to paint and falls in love with a French beauty.
“Masterpiece Classic,” 9 p.m. (KCTS): Robert and Thomas return from America; Bates disappears; Edith prepares for her trip; suitors flock to Mary; Rose makes her move.
“The Walking Dead,” 9 p.m. (AMC): In the quest for stability and safety, the group faces many obstacles.
“True Detective,” 9 p.m. (HBO): Hart and Cohle celebrate a solved case; Papania and Gilbough confront the detectives with new intelligence.
“Castle Secrets & Legends,” 10 p.m. (Travel): An English country estate; a colonial mansion in Virginia; the ruins of a Scottish castle.
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