This weekend, Kevin Costner stars as a grieving widower fighting for custody of his granddaughter opposite Octavia Spencer in "Black or White," Jon Favreau's crowd-favorite movie "Chef" is available to stream on Netflix, and the Seattle Seahawks battle the New England Patriots this Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET on NBC followed by the mid-season premiere of "The Blacklist," starring James Spader, directly after the big game.

Weekend Watchlist: Black or White, Chef, The Blacklist, Super Bowl

Also in theaters this weekend:
  • "Project Almanac" follows a group of teens who discover secret directions for a time machine and ill-advisedly construct one.
  • In "The Loft," five married men share a penthouse to carry out their fantasies and affairs. But the dream soon becomes a nightmare after a woman is found dead in the loft.
  • In "Amira & Sam," an army veteran's unlikely romance with an Iraqi immigrant is put to the test when she is faced with the prospect of deportation.
  • The documentary "Timbuktu" examines the brief occupation of Timbuktu by militant Islamic rebels.

Also on TV this weekend:
  • "Parenthood" has its dramatic series finale after six seasons (NBC, 10p ET Thursday).
  • "Key & Peele Super Bowl Special" is a one-hour sketch comedy special (CC, 10p ET Friday).
  • "Beautiful & Twisted" stars Rob Lowe, Paz Vega, and Candice Bergen (Lifetime, 8p ET Sat.).
  • "Mel Brooks Live at the Geffen" is a new special from the comedy legend (HBO, 9p ET Sat.).
  • "Puppy Bowl XI" is the furry alternative to Sunday's big game (Animal Planet, 3p ET Sunday).