On TV this Saturday: The Screen Actors Guild awards the year’s best entertainers, ID answers your Making a Murderer questions, 48 Hours takes on The Jinx and Black Sails weathers a storm. Here are eight programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
SAG Awards, Making a Murderer Special and More
Screen Actors Guild Awards
This year’s biggest TV and movie stars award one another for their work, and you know what that means: more drunken acceptance speeches! (Revisit the nominations.)
Steven Avery: Innocent or Guilty?
Hosted by Dateline’s Keith Morrison, this special focuses on the man at the center of Netflix’s Making a Murderer — who is still in prison for allegedly murdering Teresa Halbach — and promises to answer crucial questions raised by the buzzy documentary.
While the Walrus crew battles the elements, Teach and Rackham have a disagreement, and Rogers and Eleanor set terms for their partnership.
After taking romantic advice from the titular self-help book, Cassandra Barber (Meghan Markle, Suits) must choose between reliable George (Jonathan Scarfe, Hell on Wheels) and fun-loving Robert (Kris Polaha, Life Unexpected).
Now step aside, Steven Avery: This special report revisits Robert Durst, the subject of HBO’s docuseries The Jinx, and investigates whether or not he will ever be able to clear his name.
From November 2008, Ben Affleck hosts and American Idol David Cook performs. Sen. John McCain makes an appearance, because what else is a politician to do during an election?
Thanes from across the Shieldlands gather for an intertribal election, and Beowulf is pressured to locate an enemy who may be closer than he ever imagined.
Saturday Night Live
Repeat to Revisit: Elizabeth Banks leads the Nov. 14 festivities with musical guest Disclosure (featuring Lorde and Sam Smith).