TV Watch List: Sunday, February 9


Metro’s Sunday night TV breakdown. 

‘The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles’
SPECIAL. We have two words for you: Annie Lennox. Lennox reunites with her Eurythmics bandmate Dave Stewart for the 50th anniversary celebration of The Beatles legendary appearance on the “Ed Sullivan Show.” Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will be there, of course, along with performers including Katy Perry, John Mayer, John Legend, Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Imagine Dragons, Pharell and more. Let’s just hope Robin Thicke doesn’t show up. We’re all sick of Robin Thicke, right?
8 p.m., CBS

‘The Walking Dead’
ZOMBIES. Much like “Game of Thrones,” the mid-season finale of “Walking Dead” ended in bloodshed. Actually, it ended in a bloodbath. Those zombies are hungryyyy. The winter premiere picks up where that massacre left off — with Rick suffering some pretty bad injuries and Carl left to fight off brain-thirsty walkers all by his lonesome.
9 p.m., AMC

‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’
REALITY. You know what’s even more pointless than watching an episode of the “Kardashians?” Watching an episode of the “Kardashians” when we’ve already seen the whole circus played out in real life. Which is why tuning in to find out what Kanye has in store for Kim’s birthday is completely… pointless. Spoiler alert: those two crazy kids get married and go on to pop out a kid.
9 p.m., E!


Drive charged in fatal hit and run, police…

The NYPD has arrested a man they say is responsible for a fatal hit and run in Manhattan last weekend. Doohee Cho, 33, was hit…


Mayor de Blasio raises minimum wage for some…

Mayor Bill de Blasio signed an executive order Tuesday morning that will raise the minimum wage for workers employed by private companies that receive more…


3 myths about the working poor

Linda Tirado works to debunk some common stereotypes about the working poor in her new book, "Hand to Mouth."


Lawsuit funding advances: friend or foe?

Reporter was commissioned to write this in-depth article Many plaintiffs awaiting resolution of their lawsuit or legal claim often find themselves in a tricky financial…

Going Out

Which NYC restaurant lost its three-star Michelin rating?

A record 73 restaurants in New York City collected coveted Michelin stars on Tuesday as a mix of trendy spots and fine-dining stalwarts underscored the…


Interview: Metro chats with filmmaker Meir Kalmanson, man…

A New York filmmaker hands out smiles to its residents.


TV watch list, Tuesday, Sept. 30: 'Selfie,' 'Utopia'…

'Selfie' This modern day take on the "My Fair Lady" story stars John Cho in the Henry Higgins role. Perhaps instead of "the rain in…


Can't-miss weekend events continue to attract the masses

Reporter was commissioned to write this in-depth article Earlier this summer, the Firefly Music Festival drew crowds of tens of thousands of people to Dover, Delaware.…


Mets 2014 report card

The Mets wrapped up their eight straight season without a playoff appearance last weekend. Needless to say, they fell a bit short of general manager…


NFL Power Rankings: Cowboys, Packers, Ravens, Chargers climb

NFL Power Rankings: Cowboys, Packers, Ravens, Chargers climb


Ryan Quigley making a big impact for Jets…

Ryan Quigley, now in his second year as the Jets punter, had an exceptional afternoon with six punts for an average of 51.7 yards per punt.


3 positives to take from Jets loss to…

The Jets suffered another loss Sunday — 24-17 to the Lions — but the reason why it hurts so much for Jets fans is that…


Products that support breast cancer awareness and research

Asics GT-1000, $100 Asics’ third pink collection in collaboration with Christina Applegate’s Right Action for Women includes this pink-accented version of its best-selling GT-1000 3…


Dr. Marisa Weiss: Where we stand on breast…

As an oncologist and a survivor herself, Dr. Marisa Weiss knows the urgency felt by those diagnosed with breast cancer. Genetic testing has accelerated the…


Bees' stingers hold new hope for cancer cure

A promising new lead in the search for a cancer cure has turned up in a place that most people naturally avoid. A team from…


Emily Henderson on small space design

Design expert Emily Henderson shows us how to upgrade our cramped quarters.



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