The self-proclaimed descendants of Al Capone talk about their new reality show at their Lombard, Ill. restaurant. The show, which launches on the ReelzChannel on Jan. 28, has been condemned by some Italian-American groups for being stereotypical.

Super Bowl Sunday! If the Seahawks-Broncos game doesn't appeal to you, plenty of other options this week might. Here are TV picks for Jan. 27 to Feb. 2.

Monday, Jan. 27

The Following
8 p.m. Monday, Fox
Joe Carroll's creepy followers are back to butchering.

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In this funny British comedy, the son of a comedy legend begins a biography of his father by interviewing his one-time partner, Arthur Strong, a befuddled and befuddling retiree. Watch a preview at the bottom of the page.

Other Monday premieres
7 p.m. "The Trip: 2014," Travel
8 p.m. "Herblock: The Black & the White," HBO; "2014 Breakthrough Prizes," Science
9 p.m. "Hotel Impossible," Travel; "Rod N Wheels," Discovery Channel

Tuesday, Jan. 28

State of the Union Address
8 p.m. Tuesday, most networks
President Obama speaks and the Republicans react.

The Capones
9 p.m. Tuesday, Reelz
Al Capone's descendants run a suburban Chicago restaurant and are so ridiculous in this reality series I can't help but believe they're putting us on. Read Luis Gomez's interview with the family.

Other Tuesday premieres
8 p.m. "Dangerous Grounds," Travel
9 p.m. "Stand Up & Deliver: Cabo San Lucas," Nuvo TV; "Billy Bob's Gags to Riches," Discovery
9 p.m. & 9:30 p.m. "Border Rico," Travel
Tuesday finales
8:30 p.m. "The Mindy Project," Fox (winter finale)

Wednesday, Jan. 29



American Horror Story: Coven
9 p.m. Wednesday, FX
Fiona can't really be dead, can she? Now that the wacky witch season is ending, we should finally find out who will take her place as the new Supreme.



Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond
9 p.m. Wednesday, BBC America
Ian Fleming, the man who wrote the James Bond stories, kind of lived the secret agent's life. Read my full "Fleming" review.



My Strange Addiction
9 p.m. Wednesday, TLC
A 33-year-old guy obsessed with Justin Beiber has spent more than $100,000 on surgeries to look like him. He could have just peed in inappropriate places or gotten a DUI.

Other Wednesday premieres
7 p.m. "Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials 2014," CBS
8 p.m. "Toy Hunter," Travel
9 p.m. "Hawking," PBS

Thursday, Jan. 30

Community
7 p.m. Thursday, NBC
"Castle" and "Firefly" star Nathan Fillion might take your mind off the absence of Donald Glover when he guest stars as a Greendale janitor.¿

Parks and Recreation
7:30 p.m. Thursday, NBC
Leslie (Amy Poehler) throws Ann and Chris (Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe) a farewell party that you know will go south.

Other Thursday premieres
8 p.m. "Saturday Night Live Presents a SNL Sports Spectacular," NBC; "The Sixties: The British Invasion," CNN

Friday, Jan. 31

Characters Unite: NFL Stars
7 p.m. Friday, USA
Chicago Bears' cornerback Charles "Peanut" Tillman and other NFL stars work with victims of bullying, prejudice and discrimination. Read more here.

Other Friday premieres
8 p.m. "Great Performances: Barrymore," PBS; "Billy Joel: A Matter of Trust--The Bridge to Russia," Showtime
Friday finale
7 p.m. "The Carrie Diaries," CW

Saturday, Feb. 1



Stan Lee's Mighty 7
7 p.m. Saturday, HUB
Comic book creator Stan Lee does his best animated Stan Lee.

The Gabby Douglas Story
7 p.m. Saturday, Lifetime
You're going to flip, tuck and roll for this biopic about the Olympic gymnast.

Girls
9 p.m. Saturday, HBO
Fearing the Super Bowl, HBO is premiering Sunday's episodes of "Girls" and "Looking" (at 9:30 p.m.) on Saturday. The will repeat Sunday at their usual times.

Saturday Night Live
10:30 p.m. Saturday, NBC
Melissa McCarthy hosts for a third time. Ringer.

Saturday finales
8 p.m. "The Incredible Dr. Pol," Nat Geo Wild
9 p.m. "We Move Animals," Nat Geo Wild

Sunday, Feb. 2

Super Bowl XLVIII
5 p.m. Sunday, Fox
Bruno Mars and Red Hot Chili Peppers entertain between halves of the Seahawks-Broncos game. You can warm up for the big game with Puppy Bowl X (2 p.m. Animal Planet), Kitten Bowl (11 a.m. Hallmark) or Fish Bowl (5 p.m. Nat Geo Wild).

Sherlock
8:58 p.m. Sunday, PBS
Only problem with a "Sherlock" season? It ends too quickly. Tonight's "His Last Vow" wraps up Season 3.

New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine
After Super Bowl, Fox
The sitcoms get the post-Super Bowl boost starting around 9:30 p.m.

Other Sunday premieres
9 a.m. "Zombie Bowl," AMC (Marathon of "The Walking Dead" seasons 1 & 2)
4 p.m."Purina Pro Plan Incredible Dog Challenge," NBC
7 p.m. "Weather Bowl 2014 Halftime Show," Weather Channel

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