Sunday’s TV menu also includes “The Walking Dead” on AMC and “Curse of the Frozen Gold” on Animal Planet.
Chris Rock should shake things up a bit as host of this annual awards ceremony that honors achievements in film. I can’t wait for his opening monologue. Red carpet coverage begins at 4 p.m., ceremony is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28, on ABC.
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“Swing Time” (1936), 7 p.m. (TCM): Gambler/dancer Lucky falls for dance teacher Penny while engaged to Margaret.
“60 Minutes,” 8 p.m. (CBS): The television magazine series covers a broad spectrum of modern life.
“More Manners of Downton Abbey,” 9 p.m. (KCTS): Alastair Bruce explores the social protocol of aristocrats in 1900s Britain; interviews with cast members, including Hugh Bonneville and Michelle Dockery.
“When Calls the Heart,” 9 p.m. (Hallmark): When the people of Hope Valley learn that Frank is a wanted man, they quickly turn on him.
“The Walking Dead,” 9 p.m. (AMC): After realizing that Alexandria may not be as safe as he originally thought, Rick must make decisions about where to go.
“Cutthroat Kitchen,” 10 p.m. (Food): William Shatner is on board to judge the results; three chefs have to make their bacon dishes while sitting on a couch.
“Girls,” 10 p.m. (HBO): An erratic roommate leads Fran to move in with Hannah; Hannah gets an urgent call from her father.
“Curse of the Frozen Gold,” 10:02 p.m. (Animal Planet): The team is haunted by the specters of past prospectors, and are divided by the possible clues found in their quest to find the exact location of Slumach’s gold.