On TV this Saturday: Saturday Night Live goes back to its roots, TBS gets into (or out of?) the Valentine’s Day spirit, NASCAR’s racing season revs up and Rosie O’Donnell takes center stage. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
The First SNL Ever, Anti-Love Marathon, NASCAR and More
Un-Valentine's Day Marathon
Through 11 pm | Calling all lonely hearts! Celebrate the low points of small-screen love with memorable eps of Big Bang Theory, Friends and Seinfeld.
The 75-lap Sprint Unlimited race kicks off the NASCAR Sprint Cup season from Daytona Beach’s International Speedway in Florida.
Back to School Mom
When a world traveler (Kimberly Elise, Hit the Floor) decides to go back to college and finish her degree, she becomes close friends with her peer tutor… only to learn that he’s the son she gave up 20 years earlier.
All of My Heart
When a caterer (Lacey Chabert, Baby Daddy) inherits a country home, she learns she must share it with a Wall Street trader (Brennan Elliott, Cedar Cove). Wait… might they possibly fall for each other?!
NBA All-Star Saturday Night
Before Sunday’s All-Star Game, the NBA’s biggest stars vie in four different events: Shooting Stars, Skills Chal- lenge, Three-Point Contest and Slam Dunk Contest.
Flint threatens Vane, Eleanor chooses a side and Rackham learns what Max is capable of.
The Musketeers go in search of Athos after he is kidnapped and find themselves in the middle of a battle against a nobleman.
An SNL Valentine
This lovefest features Valentine’s Day-themed sketches from the past several years.
Rosie O'Donnell: A Heartfelt Stand-Up
The comedian shares anecdotes about her family, her love life and the heart attack that changed her life. (And in case you missed it: Why’s she left The View.)
Saturday Night Live
Repeat to Revisit: In the first Saturday Night Live episode ever, legendary comedian George Carlin hosts and Janis Ian and Billy Preston perform.