It’s Super Bowl Sunday and you know what that means – Beyonce is performing. Well, actually, there’s a football game being played, too, as the San Francisco 49’ers face the Baltimore Ravens down in New Orleans.
HOT ON TV
All Times Eastern
A.N.T. Farm on DISNEY at 8 p.m e/t
Snoop, Dr. Dre, and George Wallace combine to round out the cast of “The Wash,” the modern update of the 70’s movie that was set in, where else, a car wash. In this version, hoodlums kidnap the wash’s owner and Sean (Dre) and Dee-Loc (Snoop) need to find the money to rescue him.
The 44th Annual Image Awards on NBC
Some of its presenters include Naomi Campbell, Halle Berry, LL Cool J, Wanda Sykes, Cedric The Entertainer, Meagan Good, Samuel L. Jackson, Queen and Latifah. Gladys Knight, Wyclef and Common will also be on hand with special performances.
“Family Time” on TV One
Centers around the life and times of the Stallworths, a working class African American family who get lucky with a scratch-off lottery ticket and make the leap to middle class status overnight. Produced by Bentley Kyle Evans.
Saturday, February 2
“Betty & Coretta” on Lifetime at 8 p.m.
Starring Mary J. Blige and Angela Bassett, tells the story of the Coretta Scott King and Betty Shabazz as they carried on their husbands’ legacies.
HE’S CHEATING ON ME!
“Unfaithful,” OWN 9 p.m.
The new season of “Unfaithful,” premieres on the Oprah Winfrey Network tonight with new stories of cheating spouses. Can their marriages be saved? You’ll have to watch and see – the series kicks off with two episodes back to back.
Sunday, February 3
SUPER BOWL XLVII
CBS 6:30 p.m.
Is it the Super Bowl or the Harbaugh Bowl as two brothers coach opposite each other for the first time in NFL history when the San Francisco 49’ers take on the Baltimore Ravens. Who does each parent root for? We don’t know but we figure getting to the game itself is a win-win for the whole family. Oh, and lest we forget Beyonce is performing at what is sure to be one of the most-watched halftime shows in history.
CISSY HOUSTON REMEMBERS WHITNEY
“Oprah’s Next Chapter,” OWN, 9 p.m.
Cissy Houston shares her memories of daughter Whitney Houston who died tragically just a year ago in conjunction with her new book “Remembering Whitney.”
AT THE MOVIES
“… to the Head”
Sylvester Stallone comes out of semi-retirement to star in a new action movie where a New Orleans hit man and a DC cop join forces to what else, bring down some bad guys. Review consensus: Action pic that delivers.
Zombies take over; but it’s more funny than scary. John Malkovich is in the mix somewhere. Review consensus: A funny take on the usual zombie film genre.
“Better than Good Hair’
By Nikki Walton
The how-to book you need to transition to natural with a foreword by Kim Wayans and everything you need to know about twist-outs, big chops and products that work
Friday, February 1
NEW YORK CITY
B.B. King Blues Club and Grill
No new record in the works yet, but crooner is doing a few spot dates
Mike Epps and Doug E. Fresh
Mike Epps heads on a spring tour with the World’s Greatest Entertainer
Saturday, February 2
Smithsonian National Museum of African Art. Dusable Museum.
Featuring Dr. Johnetta B. Cole and Dr. Maya Angelou.
Temple Performing Arts Center
Global Event Center at WinStar World Resorts
Catch the living legend when you can
NEW ORLEANS, LA
Sommore and the Royal Comedy Tour with Bruce Bruce
D.L. Hughley and Tony Rock
UNO Lakefront Arena
Another big comedy tour heading to a venue near you this spring