On TV this Saturday: The Last Kingdom goes to war in its finale, Frosty the Snowman comes to life once more, Josh Groban honors the Great White Way and Showtime investigates the CIA. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Last Kingdom Ends, Frosty Chills, Josh Groban and More
Kung Fu Marathon
The cable net continues to honor the late Bruce Lee with Five Fingers of Death (at 2 pm), The Big Boss (6:15 pm) and The Chinese Connection (8:30 pm).
Frosty the Snowman
Originally broadcast in December 1969, this classic tale has comedian Jackie Vernon voicing the titular snow- man, who sets off for the North Pole to keep from melting.
Da Vinci's Demons
The Monster of Italy — carbohydrates! — is finally captured, but danger still threatens the upcoming Crusade Festival.
This time, John Goodman (Roseanne) voices Frosty, who is threatened by the invention of the snow-removal spray Summer Wheeze.
The Spymasters — CIA in the Crosshairs
Narrated (appropriately enough) by Homeland’s Mandy Patinkin, this documentary reveals the inner workings of the world’s most powerful intelligence organization.
The Story of Santa Claus
Ed Asner (Mary Tyler Moore) and Betty White (Hot in Cleveland) voice Santa and Mrs. Claus, who try to give every child in the world a toy on Christmas.
In the season’s penultimate episode, the Doctor finds himself trapped in a world unlike any other he has seen, facing the greatest challenge of his many lives.
The Last Kingdom
Season finale: With the future of England at stake and King Alfred on a mission, he and Uhtred must make a rallying call to all Saxon armies. (Not yet renewed.)
Josh Groban: Stages Live
Check local listings | Recorded at the historic Los Angeles Theater, Groban performs iconic songs from the Broadway musical songbook.
Jerome and Berg take in Audrey, who has escaped from the Domaine. Meanwhile, Simon tells Adele they need to get their baby to a safe place.