TV’s — and sport’s — biggest, bloated event, Super Bowl LVIII, dominates the day, direct from Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium. Coverage begins at 6 p.m. for the eventual game of Kansas City vs. San Francisco (CBS, 6:30 p.m.) and even if the championship game is a turkey, it will be stuffed with million-dollar commercials meant to get people talking. Jim Nantz and Tony Romo are the announcers; Usher, who first popped up during the Black Eyed Peas’ halftime show in 2011, will headline this halftime event, with guests that are so far undisclosed. 

Reba McEntire will sing the National Anthem; Post Malone will take “America the Beautiful” and Andra Day will do “Lift Every Voice and Sing” in the pregame festivities. 

The event is traditionally a post-game launching pad for the networks running the Super Bowl network. Shows like “Undercover Boss” and “The Equalizer” have been introduced to bleary-eyed audiences.

Tonight, it’s “Tracker” (CBS, approximately 10 p.m.), starring Justin Hartley as a survivalist who takes up cases to find people because of his tracking skills, based on Jeffrey Deaver’s book “The Never Game.” Robin Weigert, Abby McEnany and Mary McDonnell also star.

Super Bowl Sunday also means “Puppy Bowl XX” (Animal Planet, Discovery, TBS, truTV, 2 p.m.), an event so popular for its 20th event, it’s simulcast on four cable networks (as well as streaming live on Max). It repeats at 6 and 9 p.m. 

Even that random (though undeniably cute) event has spun off some imitators. There’s the “Great American Rescue Bowl 2024” (Great American Family, noon), emphasizing the population at animal shelters. But there’s also the new “Stupid Pet Tricks” (TBS, 5 p.m.), based on the old bit on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” but hosted by Sarah Silverman.

There are a couple of finales on public television tonight, with the fourth season end for “Miss Scarlet and the Duke” (PBS, 8 p.m., check local listings), as well as the first season finale of “Funny Woman” (PBS, 10 p.m., check local listings).

“Love by Design” (UPtv, 7 p.m.) is a made-for-TV romance about a woman who wishes on a vision board she created as a teenager. Jackie Moore, Joey Lawrence and Jack Pearson star. 

Richard refuses to let Helen muck in on the farm on “All Creatures Great and Small” (PBS, 9 p.m., check local listings). 

“Monsieur Spade” (AMC, 9 pm.) questions his eccentric neighbors. 

Danvers is warned against pursuing the case on “True Detective: Night County” (HBO, 9 p.m.).

“True Detective” (HBO, 10 p.m.) seems to be playing on a higher than usual level in its final season. 

Lorna uncovers more horrors at the convent on “The Woman in the Wall” (Showtime, 9 p.m.). 

“Extreme Airport Africa” (Smithsonian, 9 p.m.) fires up an anti-poaching squad. 

Turner Classic Movies’ 31 Days of Oscar continues by spotlighting past supporting actress nomineees and wins, in “Primrose Path” (6:15 a.m.), “Love Affair” (8 a.m.), “The Magnificent Ambersons” (9:30 a.m.), “Jezebel” (11 a.m.), “My Man Godfrey” (1 p.m.), “Pillow Talk” (3 p.m.), “A Passage to India” (5 p.m.), “The Razor’s Edge” (8 p.m.), “None But the Lonely Heart” (10:45 p.m.), “Key Largo” (1 a.m.), “Anthony Adverse” (3 a.m.) and “the Merry Widow” (5:30 a.m.).

NBA action includes Boston at Miami (ABC, 2 p.m.).

Men’s college hoops include Florida Atlantic at Wichita State (noon), Seton Hall at Villanova (CBS Sports, 9 a.m.), North Texas at SMU (ESPNU, 2 p.m.), Tulane at Memphis (ESPN2, 2 p.m.) and Rhode Island at Massachusetts (USA, 2 p.m.). 

Women’s games include Saint Louis at Rhode Island (ESPNU, noon),  Louisville at Syracuse (CW, noon), Iowa at Nebraska (Fox, 1 p.m.), UConn at South Carolina (ESPN, 2 p.m.), James Madison at Ball State (CBS Sports, 2 p.m.). Ohio State at Michigan State (Peacock, 4 p.m.) and Alabama at LSU (ESPN2, 4 p.m.). 

X Games Aspen 2024 (ESPN, 8 p.m.) occurs in Colorado.

Sunday Talk

ABC: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Sen. Chris Coons, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp. CBS: Nikki Haley, Joe Biden personal counsel Bob Bauer, Sen. Chris Murphy. NBC: Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Biden campaign co-chair Mitch Landrieu, former Gov. Chris Christie. CNN: Sen. Marco Rubio, former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Fox: Sens. Tom Cotton and Adam Smith.