TV Notes: ‘Buying the Bayou’ episodes to feature Houma, Ponchatoula TV Notes: ‘Buying the Bayou’ episodes to feature Houma, Ponchatoula HBO photo by MICHELE K. SHORT -- Matthew McConaughey, left, and Woody Harrelson are shown in a scene from the HBO, Louisiana-shot series 'True Detective.' Judy Bergeron| firstname.lastname@example.org Feb. 01, 2014 Comments “Buying the Bayou” heads to Ponchatoula and Houma for season-opening, back-to-back episodes Monday night. The Destination America series highlights the unique real estate market on the Gulf Coast. In each episode, potential buyers check out three properties, from swamp shacks to million-dollar mansions, eventually settling on one for their new bayou home. In the 9 p.m. episode, “Gator Country,” T-Mike and Cayla are looking for a new waterside home in Ponchatoula with enough room for their 300-pound pet pig. At 9:30 p.m., “Floating Fish Camps” has best friends Drew and Nikki searching for the ultimate fishing camp in Houma. Destination America is on cable Channel 102. ä ON THE INTERNET: america.discovery.com/tv-shows/buying-the-bayou Worth a look THE 56TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS: 7 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Sunday, WAFB, Channel 9 (cable Channel 7). The awards recognize excellence in the recording industry. Look for performances from Breaux Bridge native and country artist Huner Hayes, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Lindsey Buckingham, Imagine Dragons, P!nk, Willie Nelson, Dave Grohl and more. LL Cool J hosts. For total Grammy overload, there’s “Countdown to the Red Carpet: the 2014 Grammy Awards,” 3 p.m., E! (cable Channel 57), followed by “Live from the Red Carpet: Grammy,” also on E!, 5 p.m. TRUE DETECTIVE: 8 p.m. Sunday, HBO (cable Channel 300). In the third episode of the Louisiana-shot, anthology drama series, parshioners identify a scarred man seen with Dora Lange; a sex offender is brought in for interrogation; Maggie sets Cohle up with a friend; and Cohle looks over old case files. Starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson. Television stations with news about programming, on-air reporters or personalities should email email@example.com.