It's a big week in entertainment, with everything kicking off tonight with the 2019 Grammy Awards.
After Lady Gaga, Drake and more compete for music's biggest prize, there are a few romantic comedies coming your way for Valentine's Day and much, much more!
Check out the list of what to expect on TV and in film below:
Sunday, Feb. 10
The Grammys are here! Watch all your favorite singers take the stage to perform and possibly win a couple awards. The show takes place at 8 p.m. on CBS.
Monday, Feb. 11
Maybe catch a documentary as "Studio 54" hits A&E at 10 p.m. tonight. The film will feature the likes of Calvin Klein, Liza Minelli and more in footage of the iconic club.
Tuesday, Feb. 12
Steve Buscemi and Daniel Radcliffe stars in "Miracle Workers," a religious comedy about Heaven, Inc. The show turns everything on its head and depicts heaven as a workplace.
Wednesday, Feb. 13
How better to celebrate the day before Valentine's with "Happy Death Day 2U," a PG-13 horror film about a girl who has to die over and over again to save her friends.
If comedy is more your thing, maybe check out "Isn't It Romantic" starring Rebel Wilson as a woman literally stuck in a rom-com.
Thursday, Feb. 14
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Netflix releases "Dating Around," a series where six singles navigate five first dates. Reality and love at its finest.
Also, check out "Crazy Rich Asians" star Ken Jeong in "Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho," his first stand-up special for Netflix.
Friday, Feb. 15
Executive Producer Jordan Peele brings Lorena Bobbitt’s infamous story of cutting off her husband’s penis in 1993 to Amazon in this four-part docuseries.
You’ll hear from Bobbitt herself on details surrounding the incident and her relationship with ex-husband John Wayne Bobbitt. “Lorena” hits Prime Video on Friday.
Or maybe you want something a little lighter to embrace your childhood memories with? Disney Channel’s new live-action “Kim Possible” movie, based on the animated series, premieres at 8 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 16
Still in the Valentine’s mood? Tune in to "Love, Romance & Chocolate" at 8 p.m. on the Hallmark channel.
Channel favorites Lacey Chabert and Will Kemp star in this romantic flick.