Jim Nantz and Lara Spencer count down "The Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials" (7 p.m., WCCO, Ch. 4) and provide previews of what you'll see Sunday. This, of course, is perfect for Minnesota Vikings fans who are boycotting the big game, but still want to see what major companies do with their big-budget ads.

Oh, Henry! Those who like to be scared but are too snooty to see anything with "Halloween" or "Saw" in the title are dared to watch 1989's "Henry: Serial of the Portrait Killer" (11 p.m., IFC), an early, chilling effort by John McNaughton ("Mad Dog and Glory," "Wild Things") that gets under the skin of a Chicago murderer (Michael Rooker). So real you'll think you're watching a documentary.


In the name of the law The New Orleans Saints aren't the only ones to bring a renewed sense of pride back to the Big Easy. "Steven Seagal: Lawman" (9 p.m., A&E), one of the guiltiest of guilty pleasures, winds up its first season of a washed-up action star still applying his streetwise tactics and intimidating stare. Those late to this reality series can soak up three repeats that follow the season finale.