The Black Academy of Arts and Letters' annual celebration concert will get twice the air time this year.
The 34th Annual Black Music and Civil Rights Movement Concert will air on TXA 21 on Sunday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m. An abbreviated version of the event will air on CBS on Sunday, March 12, at 11:30 p.m.
Guest artists this year include Malik Yoba, B Slade, Bilal and Earnest Pugh. The 200-voice TBAAL concert choir also performed, along with dancers, during the tribute to Dr. King that was recorded on his birthday, Jan. 15, at the Meyerson.
Recent guest artists have included Erykah Badu and Ruben Studdard.
The 89th Academy Awards: Jimmy Kimmel hosts Hollywood's big night for the first time. Musical guests include Justin Timberlake; John Legend (again); and Lin-Manuel Miranda. 7:30 p.m. ABC
Worst Cooks in America: In "Remote Control Chef," the final four have to direct mentors Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray in the kitchen. 8 p.m. Food
Steve Harvey: Golden Globe winner David Oyelowo (Nightingale) guests and talks about, you guessed it, Oprah Winfrey. Also, Steve learns that David, who played Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, has a British accent. 2 p.m. NBC
When We Rise: Guy Pearce plays Cleve Jones, who created the AIDS Memorial Quilt, in Oscar winner Dustin Lance Black's (Milk) sweeping four-part miniseries about the gay-rights movement. 8 p.m. ABC
The Voice: Gwen Stefani is back for the two-hour Season 12 premiere. 7 p.m. NBC
The Duel: Alice Braga (Queen of the South) co-stars in this tale of murder and intrigue set in the Old West. 7 p.m. Epix
Supergirl: Daddy's back. 7 p.m. The CW
Taken: Yet another series based on a movie franchise premieres. 9 p.m. NBC
President Trump's Address to Congress: Pick a network, any network as the 45th president speaks to the join session. 8 p.m.
Star: Shocking news on this sudser? What a surprise. 8 p.m. Fox
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me: It's time to start re-watching everything related to Twin Peaks so you're up to speed when the new series comes out in May. 7 p.m. Showtime
National Treasure: In this British miniseries, a treasured comedian is accused of sexual assault going back some 30 years. Where have we heard this before? Hulu
Fuse First: Russ: Learn all about Russ before his Dallas concert when this special premieres on Fuse & FM, and dives deep into the world of the songwriting, rapping, producing phenom. Russ & Rob Stone will play Gas Monkey Live on March 16. 5 a.m. on Fuse and FM
Chicago Justice: And this makes four ... Carl Weathers leads a cast of lawyers in this latest entry to Dick Wolf's franchise. 9 p.m. NBC
When We Rise: The People Behind the Story: The people who inspired the miniseries are profiled. 7 p.m. ABC
Top Chef: The winner of Season 14 is revealed after a face-off in front of family. 8 p.m. Bravo
My Kitchen Rules: If Top Chef is too highfalutin' for you, watch two celebrity amateur teams face off in this first-season season finale: Lance Bass and his mom, Diane, vs. Andrew Dice Clay and his wife, Valerie. 8 p.m. Fox
Emerald City: Dorothy and the Wizard meet their matches in the first-season finale of this Game of Thrones-meets-Oz show. 8 p.m. NBC
Custody: Viola Davis is executive producer and stars as a judge in this movie about a woman (Catalina Sandino Moreno, The Affair) fighting for guardianship of her own children after claims of abuse. 7 p.m. Lifetime
Out this week in home entertainment
The Doctor is in: Marvel's Doctor Strange hits Blu-ray this week, packed with behind-the-scenes features, a blooper reel and a special sneak peak at the next wave of Marvel superhero movies. We particularly love "Team Thor: Part 2," the hilarious mortal-world adventures of Thor and his roommate Darryl. (Seriously, Marvel, if you made this a regular sitcom, we'd watch every week.) There is also an interesting feature in the package that examines how the Marvel Cinematic Universe is influenced by real-life science and philosophy. -- Britton Peele
Also out this week: Allied; Chronic; Fuller House: The Complete First Season; Moonlight; Paw Patrol; Rules Don't Apply; and Shut In.