Get to know this year's top nominees, see highlights of Best Actor and Actress winners' acceptance speeches, and get a visual breakdown of who gives the longest speeches and who gets thanked the most:
The Bachelor, 8 p.m., ABC
We're not proud of ourselves for condoning this special "The Women Tell All," in which the 23 ladies who didn't reach the final two spots for Juan Pablo's heart say nasty things about him. But, come on. You can't beat it in terms of catty entertainment. …
It seems there's an end to the story for the makers of BioShock Infinite. Studio head Ken Levine says his Irrational Games will be shutting down for good to focus on "a smaller, more entrepreneurial endeavor at Take-Two."
The worst thing you could say about new Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon is that he's overly excited to be doing what he does. He's so nice, so giddy to just be there, so thoroughly un-tortured in the way most comedians (and late-night hosts) are.
Like all good spy shows, The Americans has been supremely sneaky.
How I Met Your Mother, 8 p.m., CBS
Downton Abbey's short eight-episode fourth season is already coming to an end Sunday, and we have some questions that still need answering. For one, I'm hoping for more depth than I've seen this season.
XXII Winter Olympics, 8 p.m., NBC
We live for ice dancing at the Olympics. It's just like Dancing with the Stars, except both people are really good and it's harder to do because it's on ice. (Or is it easier? Eh, either way, we could never do it.) Tonight, the finals pit Canada's Tessa …
There is a poetic, peaceful — if still reliably macabre — moment in The Walking Dead's midseason premiere on Sunday that pays homage to no less than Mark Twain, our finest national chronicler of snot-nosed troublemakers coming of age.
The Fosters, 9 p.m., ABC Family
We totally love this show and what it has to say about family, both the ones we are born with and the ones we create for ourselves. But, honestly, has no one ever questioned that Callie's foster family's last name is the FOSTERS?