What to Watch Today

Creative Arts Emmys, Stanley Cup Final and More

Daytime Emmy nominations 2020

On TV this Saturday: FXX broadcasts Night 5 of the Creative Arts Emmys, Elisabeth Moss battles an Invisible Man and the Stanley Cups Final gets underway. Here are nine programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • ABC, USA Network
    College Football

    Four games: Navy takes on Tulane (12:00 pm, ABC); South Florida visits Notre Dame (2:30 pm, USA Network); UCF plays Georgia Tech (3:30 pm, ABC); and Miami faces off against Louisville (7:30 pm, ABC).

  • NBC
    Stanley Cup Final

    The Dallas Stars hit the ice against the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 1.

  • FXX
    Creative Arts Emmy Awards

    The five-night presentation of creative arts winners concludes with this two-hour broadcast honoring guest actors, reality/competition hosts and more. (Get winners for Nights 1-4; view Primetime Emmy nominations.)

  • HBO
    The Invisible Man

    Premium cable premiere: Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale) stars as a woman who escapes an abusive relationship, only to have her ex somehow terrorize her after; Oliver Jackson-Cohen (The Haunting of Hill House), Aldis Hodge (Leverage), Storm Reid (Euphoria), Harriet Dyer (The InBetween) and Michael Dorman (For All Mankind) co-star.

  • Lifetime
    The Secret Life of a Celebrity Surrogate 

    TV-movie premiere: A woman finds herself in serious danger after becoming a surrogate mother to a disturbed movie star; Brianne Davis (Six), Carrie Wampler (Austin & Ally) and Carl Beukes (Dominion) star.

  • Hallmark Channel
    Follow Me to Daisy Hills

    TV-movie premiere: Exes work together to save a family-owned general store; Cindy Busby (Cedar Cove), Marshall Williams (When Hope Calls) star.

  • CBS
    Love Island

    An evil scientist uses his colleagues as guinea pigs for a bizarre miniaturization experiment in the jungles of Peru. (CBS does not provide Love Island teasers, so we’re running a random MeTV synopsis each night.)

  • NBC
    SNL Vintage

    Janet Jackson hosts this Season 29 throwback, which originally aired April 10, 2004.

  • NBC
    Saturday Night Live

    Repeat to Revisit: Former cast member Will Ferrell hosts; King Princess performs. (Get Season 46 premiere date.)