On TV this Saturday: Atlantis forms its very last alliance, Simon and Garfunkel go back to 1981, a Chasing Life star has Fatal Memories and Power finds itself behind bars. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Final Atlantis Battle, Simon & Garfunkel Concert and More
Olivia and Will find themselves at odds over an emotional real estate deal; Jack discovers that a new friendship could test his relationship’s trust.
When Sutton’s (Italia Ricci, Chasing Life) mother is stabbed to death, her sister (Magda Apanowicz, Continuum) becomes the leading suspect — and Sutton, who was once certain of her sister’s innocence, begins to question everything as memories resurface.
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy
This two-minute origin tale tells Groot’s backstory… but something tells me dialogue will be scarce. (Part 2 airs at 9:58 pm.)
In order to find out who has been targeting and killing gay men in Los Angeles, Hodiak and Shafe seek the cooperation of a high-profile figure.
Tommy remains locked up as Angela and the feds push him to flip on Lobos — or spend his life in jail. (Get scoop.)
Hell on Wheels
In the wake of the violence, Cullen solves a Chinese labor strike, while Mickey is pulled deeper into Union Pacific business.
Simon & Garfunkel: The Concert in Central Park
Blast from the past alert! More than 500,000 (!) fans come out for this 1981 benefit concert, in which the iconic duo perform such classics as “Mrs. Robinson” and “The Sound of Silence.”
Will and the FBI use carvings symbolizing the Great Red Dragon to shed light on Francis Dolarhyde’s disturbing psychology. Plus, when Will feels his bond with Hannibal growing stronger, he seeks out Bedelia Du Maurier for help.
Series finale: As Jason and Ariadne prepare to return to power in Atlantis, they must decide who they can trust. (Officially cancelled.)
Saturday Night Live
Repeat to Revisit: Jim Carrey hosts the Oct. 25 episode — because who doesn’t want to relive his and Kate McKinnon’s Sia dance-off? Iggy Azalea performs.