The adaptation of David Nicholls’ bestselling romance, previously made into a 2011 Anne Hathaway bill, is stretched out in the new limited series “One Day” (Netflix, streaming), starring Leo Woodall and Ambika Mod, as a couple who meet the night of their graduation, whom we check in on annually on that same date in successive years. The two are appealing (though not as appealing as the couple in “Normal People” way),  but however engaging they may be, stretching the narrative to a year an episode when similar stories have been told in single movies, is an awful long slog. But it’s good for February, and has a nifty soundtrack. 

A more unusual calculus is involved in the new dating series, “Couple to Throuple” (Peacock, streaming), in which four couples meet some third wheels at a tropical resort and try them on for size. 

More troubling is the new series “I Wasn’t Expecting a Baby!” (Lifetime, 10 p.m.), about women who don’t know they were pregnant until a child pops out — which supposedly happens in one of 2,500 pregnancies. 

The sci-fi video game adaptation “Halo” (Paramount+, streaming) returns for a second season. 

They’re giving awards days before the Super Bowl game on the 13th annual “NFL Honors” (CBS, 8 p.m.), hosted by Keegan-Michael Key.  

“Law & Order” (NBC, 8 p.m.) investigates the murder of a real estate agent; “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (NBC, 9 p.m.) looks into the sexual assault of Chief McGrath’s daughter; and “Law & Order: Organized Crime” (NBC, 10 p.m.) tries to protect a witness and her family. 

The Skunk Ape is sought on the season finale of “Swamp Mysteries” (History, 9:30 p.m.). 

“Fatal Drive to the Titanic: Truth and Lies” (ABC, 8 p.m.) recalls the submersible incident.

Felix gets a new wardrobe on “Children Ruin Everything” (Fox, 9 p.m.). 

“Son of a Critch” (CW, 9 p.m.) is visited by Poppy Bell, causing some tension.

The first solo dates occur on “Farmer Wants a Wife” (Fox, 9 p.m.).

“Southern Hospitality” (Bravo, 9 p.m.) welcomes the circus to town for one night. 

Avoided getting a reading the other day from “Theresa Caputo: Raising Spirits” (Lifetime, 9 p.m.). 

On “Jersey Shore Family Vacation” (MTV, 9 p.m.), Angelina meets her biological father for the first time. 

Scarlet prepares to go away to college on “The Family Stallone” (MTV, 9 p.m.). 

Turner Classic Movies documentary series “The Power of Film” (8 and 11 p.m.) concludes with an episode about concerning love, death and meaning in movies, alongside some examples: “Harold and Maude” (9 p.m.), “A Star is Born” (midnight) and “To Have and Have Not” (3 a.m.).

Earlier are films of Greeks and Greek mythology, with “Beneath the 12-Mile Reef” (6 a.m.), the travel short “A Word for the Greeks” (8 a.m.), the Popeye cartoon “Greek Mirthology” (8:15 a.m.), “Helen of Troy” (8:30 am.), “Atlas” (10:45 a.m.), “Atlantis, the Lost Continent” (12:15 p.m.), “Hercules, Samson & Ulysses” (2 p.m.), “Clash of the Titans” (3:30 p.m.) and “The Colossus of Rhodes” (5:45 p.m.).

NBA action has Dallas at Knicks (TNT, 4:30 p.m.) and Denver at Clippers (TNT, 10 p.m.) 

Hockey has Tampa Bay at Rangers (ESPN, 8 p.m.).

Men’s college basketball includes Memphis at Temple (ESPN2, 7 p.m.), Samford at UNC Greensboro (ESPN, 7 p.m.), Arizona State at Colorado (CBS Sports, 8 p.m.), Florida Atlantic at UAB (ESPN2, 9 p.m.), Washington at Oregon (Fox Sports 1, 10 p.m.) and San Francisco at Pepperdine (ESPNU, 11 p.m.). 

Women’s games include Clemson at Miami (ESPN, 6 p.m.) and Michigan State at Indiana (Peacock, 7 p.m.) and Ohio State at Minnesota (Peacock, 9 p.m.).

Daytime Talk

Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos: Evan Rachel Wood, Katie Chin. The View: Jon Cryer, A’ja Wilson.  The Talk: Wilmer Valderrama, Usher. Drew Barrymore: Tiki Barber, Boomer and Gio.  Kelly Clarkson: Rod Stewart, Jools Holland, Camila Mendes. Jennifer Hudson: Monica, Black Pumas. Tamron Hall: Richard Dahl. 

Late Talk

Stephen Colbert: André 3000, Justin Hartley. Jimmy Kimmel: Dua Lipa, Leo Woodall, Sum 41. Jimmy Fallon: Mariska Hargitay, Emmy Blotnick. Seth Meyers: Jeffrey Wright, Jon Cryer, Dan Peters. Taylor Tomlinson: Billy Eichner, Nico Santos, Pete Holmes.