On TV this Saturday: Almost Family gets the burn-off treatment, Anthony Anderson presides over the NAACP Image Awards, and This Is Us and iZombie stars find love on a home-shopping network. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
Almost Family Finale, NAACP Image Awards and More
When Charlie becomes a counting whiz, the Count decides to leave the neighborhood.
Season 1 finale burn-off (two episodes): The prosecution kicks off Dr. Bechley’s trial with a powerful opening statement; Chad threatens to expose Edie and Amanda’s affair to the judge; Julia gains the confidence to confront Donovan about wanting a family. (Unofficially cancelled.)
NAACP Image Awards
Anthony Anderson (black-ish) hosts the annual awards ceremony, which honors achievements in TV, film, music and literature. (View nominees.)
NBA Primetime Saturday
The Milwaukee Bucks host the Philadelphia 76ers, live from Fiserv Forum.
Annabelle Comes Home
Premium cable premiere: A demonic doll escapes her cage in this Conjuring universe threequel; Vera Farmiga (Bates Motel), Patrick Wilson (Fargo) and Mckenna Grace (Haunting of Hill House) star.
Liza Koshy gets a (bad) dancing lesson; Larry takes on the easiest game show in the world; Bad Bunny performs.
Love in Store
TV-movie premiere: Sparks fly when rival home-shopping network hosts (This Is Us‘ Alexandra Breckenridge and iZombie‘s Robert Buckley) compete for a promotion; Jackée Harry (Sister, Sister) co-stars.
Seven Worlds, One Planet
Penguin chicks escape dangerous orca and leopard seals in Antarctica.
Whitmer Thomas: The Golden One
Comedy special premiere: Thomas takes the Flora-Bama Lounge stage to riff on his Alabama childhood, his “aging emo kid” persona, and problems in the dating world.
Saturday Night Live
Repeat to Revisit: Adam Driver hosts; Halsey performs. (Who’s hosting on Feb. 29?)