For XXII Winter Olympics coverage (NBC at 8 p.m.), we’ve got the award ceremony for women’s super-combined Alpine skiing, finals in men’s freestyle skiing and men’s short track.
Juan Pablo and the remaining bachelorettes visit New Zealand on “The Bachelor” (ABC at 8), where six of them try a local extreme — and slightly terrifying — sport during a group date. Two women are eliminated at the rose ceremony.
“Antiques Roadshow” (MPT and WETA at 8) heads to Detroit and finds a letter from Charles Schulz with a drawing of Linus, letters from Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud and etchings by Edward Hopper and John Sloan.
Two genetically enhanced children are dead on “Almost Human” (Fox at 8) and the crew begins to think that a designer drug could be the reason.
Ryan and Max follow their evidence and stay ahead of the FBI despite Weston’s warnings on “The Following” (Fox at 9), while Emma gets closer to Mark and Luke, and Joe and Mandy encounter a follower in need of help.
Michelle Obama is profiled on the most recent installment of “First Ladies: Influence and Image” (C-SPAN at 9).
Callie’s struggling with several painful memories on “The Fosters” (ABC Family at 9) when she visits their home for a family gathering, while new developments in the shooting case worry Mike.
“Questioning Darwin” (HBO at 9) is a documentary about the growing number of Americans (46 percent now, according to this film) who doubt or simply reject the nearly 150-year-old theory of evolution.
“Brain Games” (Nat Geo at 9) celebrates Valentine’s Day by studying the brain’s attractions and, through a series of experiments, shows us that your head is really behind the idea of love at first sight and the universal formula for attractiveness.
There’s a deadly and rapidly spreading virus in Texas, and the Cybercom team is on the case on “Intelligence” (CBS at 10), while Gabriel makes a huge development with Patient Zero.
Comedian Kevin Hart and television personality Mo Rocca come to the “Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35), with music from the Orwells.
Actors Julia Roberts and Joel Kinnaman stop by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC at 11:35), with a musical performance from Eric Church.
— Rachel Lubitz