On TV this Saturday: Hugh Jackman’s Bad Education skips theaters, SNL churns out another installment from home and the NFL continues its draft selections. Here are eight programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
HBO's Bad Education, The ABC's of COVID-19, SNL and More
The ABC's of COVID-19: A CNN/Sesame Street Town Hall
CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta and anchor Erica Hill, along with Big Bird, host a 90-minute special that answers the questions both parents and kids have about the pandemic. Sesame Street Muppets including Abby Cadabby, Elmo, Rosita and Grover will also make appearances.
Zoe and Rosita design a ball-throwing machine to help them with their dog-sitting duties.
Rounds 4-7 (seven hours): The 85th annual selections continue from ESPN’s Bristol, Conn. studios, all while raising money for charities battling the spread of COVID-19.
Frankie Drake Mysteries
A man claiming to be Frankie’s half-sibling begs her to help free his wrongly imprisoned friend.
Premium cable premiere: A smooth-talking superintendent (Logan‘s Hugh Jackman) raises the bar for his high school while taking part in an $11 million embezzlement scheme; Allison Janney (Mom) and Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond) co-star.
Dying for Motherhood
TV-movie premiere: After a pregnant woman (CSI: NY‘s Emmanuelle Vaugier) finds a wealthy couple to adopt her baby, their troubling neuroses threaten her and her unborn child.
The Matchmaker Mysteries: A Fatal Romance
Matchmaker Angie Dove (The Wonder Years‘ Danica McKellar) works another case with Detective Kyle Carter (Continuum‘s Victor Webster), to solve the murder of a romance writer.
Saturday Night Live
The late-night sketch series returns with its second episode produced entirely from home.