What to Watch Today

Cold Justice Is Served, For Better or Worse Ends and More

On TV this Saturday: Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse comes to an end, Orphan Black seeks drastic action and Dick Wolf’s Cold Justice jumps from TNT to Oxygen. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Oxygen
    Cold Justice

    Season 4 premiere (formerly on TNT): Kelly Siegler and her team reopen a small town murder case that she was never quite able to put behind her.

  • CBS

    Two episodes: Sadie helps Isaiah’s daughter (Murder in the First‘s Paula Marshall) through her divorce proceedings; Cameron agrees to represent Carolyn in her upcoming parole hearing, where a man from her past unexpectedly resurfaces.

  • OWN
    Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse

    Series finale (three episodes): Angela meets with Benny and endures a dangerous game of tit-for-tat with Marcus; Benny discloses a secret to Marcus.

  • AMC
    TURN: Washington's Spies

    Ben’s plot to kidnap Benedict Arnold interferes with Abe’s plan to kill Simcoe. (When does Halt and Catch Fire return?)

  • Oxygen
    The Jury Speaks

    Docuseries premiere (Part 1 of 4): This four-part series reexamines the most controversial verdicts of all time, from the POV of the jurors. First up, O.J.

  • BBC America
    Orphan Black

    Westmoreland wants more drastic action taken against Kira; Sarah tries to save her daughter; Rachel uncovers a dark secret. (Where’s Felix?!)

  • ABC
    Still Star-Crossed

    Tensions between the Montagues and Capulets escalate following a violent act; Rosaline is put in a compromising position.

  • TBS

    O’Brien welcomes The LEGO Ninjago Movie‘s voice cast, including Dave Franco, Olivia Munn, Justin Theroux, Zach Woods, Michael Peña, Kumail Nanjiani and Abby Jacobson.

  • Syfy
    Syfy Live From Comic-Con

    Night 3 of 3: Zachary Levi (see our #SDCC photo booth pic!) welcomes Atomic Blonde‘s Charlize Theron and the cast of Doctor Who.

  • NBC
    Saturday Night Live

    Repeat to Revisit: Emma Stone hosts (with an assist from Jennifer Aniston); Shawn Mendes performs. (With Sean Spicer out, watch “his” best SNL moments.)