On TV this Saturday: Larry David feels the Bern on Saturday Night Live, the NFL’s best are honored by Conan O’Brien, Sundance relives the ‘80s and New Hampshire hosts the GOP’s wannabe POTUSes. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Larry David Hosts SNL, NFL Honors, '80s Movie-thon and More
'80s Movie Marathon
Prior to the March 2 launch of its 1980s-set series Hap and Leonard, the cabler offers up an all-day marathon of movies from the decade. The lineup: Say Anything, Hairspray, Wall Street, Stripes, Sixteen Candles, National Lampoon’s Vacation and The Goonies.
Ahead of the crucial New Hampshire primary, this debate is moderated by ABC’s own David Muir and Martha Raddatz.
Manson's Lost Girls
As told from the perspective of Linda Kasabian (Forever‘s Mackenzie Mauzy), this TV-movie focuses on the women who fell under Charles Manson’s demonic spell to create one of the most famous cults of all time. (A Manson-centric Beyond the Headlines follows at 10 pm.)
Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials All-Star Countdown
Hosted by ET’s Kevin Frazier, this special counts down the top 10 Super Bowl commercials of the past 50 years and offers a sneak peek at some of this year’s most hotly anticipated spots. (Please, no more PuppyMonkeyBaby.)
The truth is out there: You missed the Season 10 premiere. Now’s your chance to catch it, followed by a rerun of the Lucifer pilot at 9 pm.
Conan O’Brien hosts the fifth annual ceremony, which celebrates the NFL’s best players, performances and plays of the 2015 season.
Jim: The James Foley Story
Fresh off its debut at the Sundance Film Festival, this documentary chronicles the life, death and legacy of American photojournalist James “Jim” Foley, who was kidnapped in Syria in 2012 before getting publicly executed by ISIS two years later.
Stranded at sea, Flint pushes Silver to his limit, while Rackham takes the reins as Nassau prepares to fight off an invasion.
Appetite for Love
When Mina (Taylor Cole, Heroes) is sent to her Tennessee hometown to convince a restaurant owner to sell his property, she finds that the stubborn proprietor (Andrew Walker, Against the Wall) is her ex, and he claims he’ll never sell. (But he will fall back in love with her, probably!)
Saturday Night Live
Larry David hosts (with at least four Bernie Sanders sketches, no doubt), and The 1975 performs. (TVLine asks: Does SNL have an election problem?)