On TV this Saturday: Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever begins, Homeland brings you up to speed, Transporter kicks off its second leg and the National Dog Show fetches a winner. Here are 11 programs to keep on your radar.
Grumpy Cat Vs. Dog Show, Homeland Marathon and More
Sci-Fi Movie Marathon
Through 11:30 pm | If you’re looking for some sci-fi flicks to enjoy with your leftovers, kick back with this run of classics including Space Cowboys, Stargate, The Fifth Element, Terminator 2: Judgment Day and Blade: Trinity.
Through midnight | Falling behind on Season 4? Then reserve a space on the edge of your seat for this marathon, which will help you catch up before new episodes resume Dec. 7.
Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever
Parks and Rec’s Aubrey Plaza voices the famous Internet meme-turned-movie star in this film, which finds Grumpy Cat befriending a young girl during the holiday season. (Not excited enough yet? Watch the trailer.)
The National Dog Show
If cats, grumpy or otherwise, aren’t your thing…. Nearly 1,500 (!) canines compete for Best in Show at the 13th annual showcase, hosted by John O’Hurley.
The Flight Before Christmas
SNL vet Norm MacDonald and American Horror Story’s Emma Roberts lend their voices to this animated special, which follows a young reindeer who dreams of flying as expertly as his father.
Christmas Under Wraps
When Lauren (Full House’s Candace Cameron Bure) becomes head doctor at an Alaskan hospital, she quickly falls for her neighbor (David O’Donnell, Days of Our Lives) — but his family secret could ruin her holiday.
The Story of Santa Claus
You might think you know the story of St. Nick, but Mary Tyler Moore castmates Ed Asner and Betty White can offer some more insight, as they voice Mr. and Mrs. Claus in this animated musical special.
In 2006, secrets from Tony’s past come back to haunt him, while the case is officially re-opened in the present day. (Watch a sneak peek.)
When Ariadne is formally crowned Queen, she finds it hard to resist an enigmatic stranger who can offer salvation for Atlantis.
Season 2 premiere: A 12-year-old witnesses the murder of his father, an Italian judge. Ah, seems like just last week we were watching the Season 1 finale…
In a March 2004 episode, Ben Affleck hosts (at the height of Bennifer hysteria!) and N.E.R.D. performs.