On TV this Saturday: Lifetime gives Full House the “unauthorized” treatment, the Aquarius finale deals with a family matter, Patrick Stewart delivers Blunt Talk and Survivor’s Remorse enters the second quarter. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Full House Tell-All, the End of Aquarius, Remorse and More
The Unauthorized Full House Story
Whatever happened to predictability? You may or may not find out in this “tell-all” TV movie that depicts life behind the scenes at ABC’s TGIF sitcom. Note: A Full House-centric Beyond the Headlines follows at 10 pm. (Watch a sneak peek.)
Series premiere: Sir Patrick Stewart (Star Trek: TNG) stars as Walter Blunt, a British war vet who has a nightly news show on American cable and an affinity for alcohol and drugs. Jacki Weaver (Gracepoint), Adrian Scarborough (Up the Women) and Timm Sharp (‘Til Death) also star. (Read preview.)
Season finale: Hodiak continues to deal with the repercussions of his son Walt’s rebellion. Plus, Karn falls back under Manson’s spell. (Renewed.)
The Maze Runner
If Teen Wolf isn’t satisfying your Dylan O’Brien needs, join his Twitter viewing party of the first Maze Runner film (ahead of The Scorch Trials‘ Sept. 18 release).
Hell on Wheels
Cullen and Mei escort precious cargo through the California wilderness, while Eva nurses Louise back to health.
Season 2 premiere: The Calloways’ new mansion makes the penthouse look like a one-bedroom. (Tough life!) Meanwhile, Cam’s max deal comes with serious strings attached to owner Jimmy Flaherty. (Read preview.)
Miniseries finale: An EMT makes a misstep with a drunken patient; another EMT is reminded of his daughter by a 3-year-old with sickle cell anemia.
Tig Notaro: Boyish Girl Interrupted
In her first HBO special, the Grammy-nominated comic touches on the search for the perfect Santa, how her fiancé met her family and more personal experiences.
Will and the FBI concoct a risky plan to lure the Red Dragon, which puts everyone in danger.
Natasha Leggero: Live From Bimbo's
The Another Period comedian performs stand-up about everything from marriage to the Burning Man festival to Playboy.