Super Bowl (6pm, Fox) - Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Halftime entertainment by the Black Eyed Peas.
Dateline (9pm, NBC) - Tom Brokaw tells the story of adventurer Aron Ralston, whose ill-fated 2003 climbing excursion inspired the Oscar-nominated film "127 Hours."
Shameless (10pm, Showtime) - The family attempts to pull off a fake wedding when it is revealed that Veronica comes from a wealthy family. Also, Frank is given bad medical news and doesn't handle it well, and Steve goes cruising for a new car.
Nancy Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime (10pm, UNC-TV) - Judy Woodruff interviews former first lady Nancy Reagan, considered by many historians to be among the most influential first ladies of the modern era. Discussed are her childhood, her entertainment career, her marriage to and lifelong romance with Ronald Reagan, and her role as his most trusted advisor. Reagan would have turned 100 today.
Brick City (10pm, Sundance) - In this episode, police director Garry McCarthy is dogged by episodes of police misconduct. Later, Newark mayor Cory Booker neglects to mention McCarthy in the annual State of the City address, raising questions about the top cop's future in the administration. Here's more on this documentary series.
Glee (10:30pm, Fox) - While Mr. Schuester and Coach Bieste work to make peace between the glee club and the football team, Sue Sylvester devises a risky strategy to win the cheerleading Nationals. Look for a performance of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and a cameo from Katie Couric. The start time on this post-Super Bowl episode of "Glee" is likely to change, so set your recording devices accordingly.