On TV this Saturday: Hannah Anderson’s story is told, CMT revisits Friday Night Lights’ kickoff, an Orphan Black revelation is made, and Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn find new trouble. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Hannah Anderson, FNL Pilot, Must-See Orphan and More
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
When the map calls Rainbow Dash and Pinkie Pie to the kingdom of Griffonstone, they have differing ideas about what problem they’ve been sent to fix.
Friday Night Lights
Ahead of the network’s FNL marathon (starting Monday at noon), pull on your “Clear Eyes. Full Hearts. Can’t Lose” T-shirt and relive the pilot episode.
Born on the Fourth of July
The next in USA’s “Characters Unite” film series — which raises awareness of social injustice — this tale of an injured Marine who faces discrimination upon returning home will feature a special intro from star Tom Cruise.
Kidnapped: The Hannah Anderson Story
Jessica Amlee (Heartland) stars as the titular teen, who was abducted by a family friend (Gilmore Girls‘ Scott Patterson) in 2013 and kept prisoner for a week.
When Calls the Heart
When a visitor from home arrives in Hope Valley, Elizabeth begins to question
the series’ clunky titleher feelings for Jack.
Repeat to Revisit: If you missed the first episode of ABC’s new quiz show, go back to Question 1 with this encore of the premiere.
Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn
Season 2 premiere: While the quadruplets struggle to complete their history assignment, they discover they have some interesting ancestors.
Paul digs up the ugly truth behind the Castor boys’ logbooks of names; Felix presses Rachel for a lead on Sarah’s whereabouts. (Editor’s Note: You’ll want to watch this one live, Clone Club. Seriously.)
In An Instant
A family miraculously survives a plane crash that killed two in the Alaskan wilderness.
The Graham Norton Show
Graham sits down with Simon Pegg (Star Trek), singers Kylie Minogue and Brandon Flowers, and comedian Michael McIntyre.