On TV this Saturday: HBO’s Looking gets feature-length closure, Hell on Wheels and Angel From Hell also come to an end and Rush Hour returns in burn-off mode. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
Looking's Wrap-Up Movie, Hell on Wheels Series Finale, Angel From Hell Ends and More
Academy Award winner Mira Sorvino stars in this film about an obsessive lover who involves herself in every aspect of a married woman’s life; Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride), Christopher Backus (Roadies) and Katherine McNamara (Shadowhunters) co-star.
Angel From Hell
Series finale (two episodes): Allison and Amy try to prevent Marv from hearing a recorded conversation about guardian angels; Amy tries to stop Allison’s friend from getting married.
Season 1 finale (two episodes): Joan Jett’s “Bad Reputation” soundtracks a showcase on most-hated animals; Dave Matthews’ “Save Me” helps illustrate a tale about fresh water animals. (Not yet renewed.)
In An Instant
Season 2 finale: Little is known about this two-hour episode, but it’s title — “Buried by Bonfire” — says plenty. (Not yet renewed.)
Hell on Wheels
Series finale: Government hearings and indeterminable actions lead to new beginnings for some, and the beginning of the end for others.
Let the burn-off begin! Carter and Lee look for an escaped convict who’s hellbent on finding his estranged wife and daughter.
Looking: The Movie
In this 90-minute, series-ending film, Patrick returns to San Francisco following a year in Denver to attend a wedding and mend old relationships. (Watch trailer.)
In the penultimate episode of Season 1, Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett’s game of cat-and-mouse reaches its climax. Plus, Wyatt Earp relocates to Tombstone.
O’Brien sits down with Suicide Squad’s Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Jared Leto, Cara Delevingne, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Karen Fukuhara, Jay Hernandez and Adam Beach at San Diego Comic-Con.
Saturday Night Live
Repeat to Revisit: The Season 41 premiere features host Miley Cyrus and a cameo by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. (Read recap.)