On TV this Saturday: HBO looks back at the relationship between Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, USA hosts a This Is Us marathon and the Star Wars Rebels make an unexpected discovery. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:
What to Watch Tonight
Fisher/Reynolds Docu, This Is Us Marathon and More
Being Mary Jane Marathon
Through Monday at midnight | Ahead of the Gabrielle Union drama’s Jan. 10 return, here’s your chance to binge on Seasons 1-3. (Get casting scoop.)
This Is Us Marathon
Through 11 pm | Get hooked on (or revisit) the Golden Globe-nominated drama, leading up to Tuesday’s midseason premiere.
Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds
Filmed in 2014-15, this new documentary explores the complex relationship between Hollywood icon Debbie Reynolds and her daughter/Star Wars legend Carrie Fisher, both of whom died last month, a day apart. (Watch trailer.)
Time slot premiere: Eric tries to help a baseball player in need of a bone marrow transplant. The catch? His donor is currently being held hostage for $5 million.
Under the Bed
A woman (Black Sails‘ Hannah New) befriends via social media a man (Blunt Talk‘s Pat Healy) who almost immediately takes up residence in her home and hides out under her bed; Beverly D’Angelo (Mom) co-stars.
Encore presentation: In the Season 4 premiere, Ichabod faces new evils in D.C., where he meets Homeland agent Diana Thomas. (Saw it? Grade it!)
Star Wars Rebels
Two episodes: The crew discovers a surprise waiting for them in Geonosis upon a return visit to find a missing rebel team. (Watch trailer.)
Love on Ice
A former figure skater (General Hospital‘s Julie Berman) falls for her coach (Against the Wall‘s Andrew Walker), who gives her a second chance at glory; Gail O’Grady (Revenge) co-stars.
The Graham Norton Show
Two episodes: Guests include Will Smith, Helen Mirren and Martin Freeman (at 10 pm), and Nicole Kidman, Dev Patel, Felicity Jones and Bruno Mars (at 11 pm).
Saturday Night Live
Repeat to Revisit: Tom Hanks introduces the world to David S. Pumpkins. Plus, Lady Gaga performs. Any questions? (Watch Top 10 sketches from the fall.)