3 p.m. on ANPL, ‘‘Puppy Bowl IX’’ — Puppy Bowl is back for a ninth year with another cute cast of critters, featuring the usual fan favorites including the water-bowl cam, kiss-cam and more. It’ll be repeated into the night, so you can catch the action before, during or after that other Bowl.
3:25 p.m. on 6, ‘‘Super Bowl XLVII’’ — The hype and hoopla of Super Bowl XLVII give way to the business on the field as the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers go at it for the NFL title and the Vince Lombardi Trophy. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will call the action.
7 p.m. on 6, ‘‘Elementary’’ — His efforts to catch unpredictable criminal Martin Ennis (Terry Kinney) bring Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) into the orbit of FBI profiler Kathryn Drummond (Kari Matchett), who’s something of an expert on Ennis. Watson (Lucy Liu) faces the possibility of being evicted in the new episode ‘‘The Deductionist.’’
8 p.m. on 10, ‘‘The Simpsons’’ — Steve Carell provides the voice of Dan Gillick, Homer’s new bowling teammate, who does accounting for Fat Tony. When Tony is called for jury duty, he taps Dan to run the mob in his place in ‘‘Penny Wiseguys.’’ Joe Mantegna returns as the voice of Fat Tony.
9 p.m. on 5, 8, ‘‘Live From New York: The First 5 Years of Saturday Night Live’’ — Remember the Coneheads? Emily Litella? Chevy Chase’s clumsy President Gerald Ford? Dan Aykroyd’s terminally mellow Jimmy Carter? John Belushi’s manic samurai? Those immortal bits from the ‘‘Saturday Night Live’’ past, and those who brought them to life, are celebrated in this special. It includes interviews with Aykroyd, Chase, Garrett Morris and Laraine Newman, as well as frequent ‘‘SNL’’ visitors Candice Bergen, Eric Idle and Steve Martin.
11:35 p.m. on 6, ‘‘The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson’’ — The game may be over, but the good times continue to roll in New Orleans as the late-night host welcomes Steve Carell, Neil Patrick Harris, Julie Chen, Nikki Reed and Saints quarterback Drew Brees for ‘‘The Craig Ferguson Super Bowl Special.’’ In addition to chatting with his guests, he visits Bourbon Street and other iconic sites in the city.