On TV this Saturday: Dakota Johnson whips Saturday Night Live into shape, The Good Witch conjures her own show, The Musketeers deal with a family affair and Showtime explores the life of Kobe Bryant. Here are eight programs to keep on your radar.
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The Good Witch
Series premiere, two hours: Based on Hallmark’s series of TV movies, The Good Witch follows Middleton’s favorite enchantress, Cassie Nightingale (Catherine Bell, Army Wives), and her teenage daughter Grace (Bailee Madison, Trophy Wife), as they adjust to new neighbors.
Soon after Jessica (Courtney Ford, Revenge) and her fiancé move to a quiet suburban town, their seemingly friendly neighbor (Shaun Benson, Defiance) lures Jessica inside his home and imprisons her in his secret bunker. (Inspired by true events, in case you weren’t creeped out enough.)
Shania: Still the One Live From Vegas
Wanna feel like a woman? Tune into these performances from Shania Twain’s Las Vegas show, which also features behind-the-scenes footage.
Kobe Bryant's Muse
This documentary offers an in-depth look at Kobe Bryant’s basketball career, exploring the mentorships, allies and rivalries that have influenced his 18-year tenure in the NBA.
Eleanor brokers a peace, Flint breaks a promise and Bonny loses control. Vague, but intriguing, no?
While traveling from Mantua to Sweden, the King’s cousin is ambushed — and the Musketeers must quickly discover who is targeting her.
The Graham Norton Show
Graham welcomes Sean Penn, British actress Celia Imrie (Love & Marriage), comedian Ross Noble and musical guest Kelly Clarkson.
Saturday Night Live
Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson hosts with musical guest Alabama Shakes.