What to watch: Screen Actors Guild awards highlight Sunday TV lineup

Dick Van Dyke, left, presents the Life Achievement award onstage to Mary Tyler Moore at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards last January in Los Angeles.


“Screen Actors Guild Awards” 7 p.m. to 9:02 p.m., TBS, TNT (New, live)

Another awards show to tide you over until the Oscars next month. Comedy actor Dick Van Dyke receives the Life Achievement Award.

“Monster Squid: The Giant is Real” 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Discovery (New)

For the first time, scientists captures the elusive and mysterious giant squid in its native habitat — about 630 meters under the sea. The footage in this special was captured using ultra-sensitive, high-definition cameras developed to operate at great depths with a light that is invisible to the sensitive eye of the squid. Yay science!

“The Makeover” 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., ABC (2013)

This TV movie is a new twist on George Bernard Shaw's “Pygmalion” tale. In this latest version, after her own Congressional campaign fails, an educator vows to turn a blue-collar Boston beer vendor into a viable candidate for Congress to pursue her own reform agenda.

“The Good Wife” 8 p.m., CBS (New)

Alicia is presented with a career-altering offer. Will and Diane fight off their creditors.

“Masterpiece Classic” 8 p.m., PBS (New)

“Downton Abbey” continues, with Anna uncovering evidence that could clear John. Meanwhile, Edith is asked to pen a newspaper column, and Isobel offers Ethel a position in her household.

“Gator Boys” 8 p.m., Animal Planet (New)

The guys hunt for a legendary alligator reported to be at least 15 feet long, but when they think they've found it, they find they may be in over their heads. Back at the ranch, Chris and Paul test the accuracy of knives and bullwhips.

“Shameless” 8 p.m., Showtime (New)

Frank works a scam on a cancer foundation, and Fiona is shocked to learn what she must do for a job as a grocery store clerk so she teams with Veronica to get back at the manager.

“The Mentalist” 9 p.m., CBS (New)

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— Laura King

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