DON’T MISS: “The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards” — Trevor Noah of “The Daily Show” is the host for music’s big night. Of course, we’re interested in who nabs the hardware — Beyonce leads all nominees with nine — but it’s the performances that really seize our attention. Among those taking the stage is 10-time Grammy winner Taylor Swift, who last played the show in 2016. She’s part of a stacked lineup that includes Bad Bunny, Cardi B, BTS, Brandi Carlile, Billie Eilish, Haim, Brittany Howard, Miranda Lambert, Dua Lipa, Chris Martin, John Mayer, Megan Thee Stallion, Maren Morris, Post Malone, Harry Styles and others. (8 p.m. Sunday, CBS; Also streaming on Paramount+).
MONDAY: This season of “The Bachelor” has been a controversial hot mess. Just ask Chris Harrison. Mercifully, it all comes to an end tonight as leading man Matt James makes a pretty big, possibly life-changing, decision. (8 p.m., ABC).
MONDAY: “America’s Most Wanted” is the latest TV series to be brought back from the dead. The revival, hosted by journalist Elizabeth Vargas, will again offer viewers the chance to be armchair detectives by helping law enforcement officials crack some of their toughest cases. (9 p.m., Fox).
TUESDAY: “Mayans M.C.” is revving up for a 10-episode third season. In the opener, a border shutdown squeezes the Mayan’s heroin trade — a move that sets off an internal clash over the future of the motorcycle club. (10 p.m., FX).
WEDNESDAY: “Operation Varsity Blues” is a compelling documentary that blends interviews with actor reenactments to reveal the methods used by Rick Singer, the man at the center of 2019’s stunning college admissions scandal. Matthew Modine plays Singer, who persuaded his wealthy clients to cheat an educational system already designed to benefit the privileged. (Netflix).
WEDNESDAY: The two-hour special “A Grammy Salute to the Sounds of Change” has an all-star cast of performers celebrating the powerful music that inspired social justice. Scheduled to appear: Yolanda Adams, Eric Church, Andra Day, Cynthia Erivo, John Fogerty, Gayle King, Patti Labelle, Brad Paisley, Billy Porter, Leann Rimes, Chris Stapleton and more. (9 p.m., CBS; also streaming on Paramount+).
THURSDAY: Brace yourself. The end is near for “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” The drama-filled reality series that, since 2007, has given us tantalizing peeks into the privileged lives of one of America’s most famous families, launches its 20th — and final — season. (8 p.m., E!).
THURSDAY: In the spring finale of “Grown-ish,” Aaron turns his graduation into a protest against the university’s investment in private prisons and Zoey debates backing away from Aaron. Meanwhile, Jazz and Doug make a decision about their relationship. (8 p.m., Freeform).
FRIDAY: Singer, actress and “American Idol” finalist Katharine McPhee stars in the new series “Country Comfort.” She plays an aspiring country singer named Bailey, who takes a job as a nanny for a rugged cowboy (Eddie Cibrian) and his five children. Can they all live in harmony? (Netflix).
FRIDAY: One person’s trash is another’s treasure. In the new series “Everything But the House,” Lara Spencer works with a team of expert appraisers to help homeowners clear out their clutter and find potentially valuable items that can be listed in online auctions. (9 p.m., HGTV).
SATURDAY: “Drama Club” is a kid-friendly mockumentary-style comedy series about the inner workings of a middle school drama club starving for some respect. In the opener, an enthusiastic new student director takes over, but disaster looms as the club’s choreographer suffers an injury. (8:30 p.m., Nickelodeon).
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