ABC, 8:00 p.m. ET
SERIES FINALE: ABC hasn’t announced a renewal for this four-week, eight-episode limited series – and based on the ratings, isn’t likely to. But this series has had its moments, and its clever musical numbers (for example, “Weird Al” Yankovic and a group of hooded clerics singing “Hey, hey, we’re the Monks”) – and if tonight’s episode is indeed the last round for Galavant, at least it’ll go down singing…
TBS, 8:00 p.m. ET
This year’s SAG Awards include a tribute to Debbie Reynolds, introduced by her daughter, Carrie Fisher. Also, there’s a lot of emphasis on the top acting awards, because, much of the time, the winners serve as predictors of who’s most likely to succeed come Oscar night. Simulcast on TNT.
PBS, 9:00 p.m. ET
In tonight’s episode, Richard E. Grant (pictured) continues to project the sort of smarmy friendliness that makes Hugh Bonneville’s Earl of Grantham steam in his stuffed shirt. Grant is playing a guy who has eyes not only for the art collected by Elizabeth McGovern’s Countess of Grantham – but for the Countess herself. Check local listings.
History, 9:00 p.m. ET
MINISERIES PREMIERE: Part 1 of 3. This isn’t very good, and certainly isn’t to be believed as any sort of accurate historical account – but this channel, these days, has a very liberal definition of what counts as, and belongs on, History. In any event, this three-part, six-hour drama about the birth of the American Revolution, though modernized, actionized and with its heroes buffed up and lionized, at least gets certain facts right, and pays attention to an often underlooked period in American history. Just don’t expect too much – not even with, eventually, Dean Norris as George Washington.
Sundance, 10:00 p.m. ET
This 1967 Mike Nichols movie, starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft, is an absolutely wonderful movie. But here’s something to ponder: In two years, it will be 50 years old.