Another slow night of programming. Don’t worry, “Amazing Race” is back for a new season next week.
“Brick City” (8 p.m., Sundance). The mayor faces pressure over a colleague’s indictment, and a rival candidate starts making headlines just as election season begins. Meanwhile, the police face protests after a shooting dead, and Jiwe gets ready for his attempted murder trial. I’m telling you, it’s like a real-life “The Wire.”
“The Sunset Limited” (7:15 p.m., HBO). Whups, this premiered last night, but it’ll re-air tonight. Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel Jackson star in this adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s play. Basically they sit in an apartment for 90 minutes and argue. But with those big names behind it, it probably can’t help but be good. The LA Times and Washington Post critics like it, at least.
“Masterpiece Classic: ‘Any Human Heart'” (9 p.m., PBS). The first in a three-part British miniseries adapted from the novel about a “Forrest Gump”-like character who finds himself mixed up in all the great events of the 20th century, and mingling with famous people.
Grammy Awards (8 p.m., CBS). Live! Unless you live on the West Coast, in which case you can go online and find out all the winners hours earlier. I hate this award show, mostly because it rewards mediocre music. This Slate article explains other good reasons to hate it.
“William & Kate: A Royal Love Story” (8 p.m., TLC). Don’t care. Not even a tiny bit.