On TV this Saturday: Lifetime reimagines the Death of a Cheerleader, Steve Harvey hosts the annual NFL Honors and Celebrity Big Brother votes out its third houseguest of the season. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern:
What to Watch Today
Death of a Cheerleader Remake, NFL Honors and More
Death of a Cheerleader
TV-movie premiere: In this remake of the cult-classic, a shy high schooler (Nashville‘s Aubrey Peeples) goes on a murderous rage after a popular cheerleader rejects her attempts at friendship; original Cheerleader star Kellie Martin now plays the FBI agent assigned to the case.
Premium cable premiere: A man (Rel’s Lil Rel Howery) recruits the elderly Uncle Drew (Boston Celtics’ Kyrie Irving) and the rest of his squad to win a streetball tournament; Shaquille O’Neal, Nick Kroll (Big Mouth) and Tiffany Haddish (The Last O.G.) co-star.
Valentine in the Vineyard
TV-movie premiere: Recently engaged Frankie (Perception‘s Rachael Leigh Cook) and Nate (Chesapeake Shores‘ Brendan Penny) keep their happy news a secret so they can host a drama-free family wedding on Valentine’s Day.
Big Brother: Celebrity Edition
Joey and Kandi are in danger; Tamar holds the Power of the Publicist; a Power of Veto competition precedes the live eviction.
Dog Bowl II
The elderly canines get their time to shine, with Team Goldies battling it out with Team Oldies for the Lombarky Trophy.
7 Days in Entebbe
Premium cable premiere: Israeli soldiers launch a daring rescue mission after 240 people are captured by terrorists in Entebbe, Uganda; Daniel Brühl (The Alienist) and Rosamund Pike (State of the Union) star.
120 minutes: Start your Super Bowl tailgating early with this celebration of the NFL’s best players, performances and plays; Steve Harvey (Family Feud) hosts, because of course he does.
90 minutes: A tigress must protect her four cubs while preventing rivals from stealing her land.
The most cathletic and furmidable (please don’t hate us) felines compete in a game for the ages; Alison Sweeney (Days of our Lives), Cameron Mathison (All My Children) and Beth Stern host.
Saturday Night Live
Repeat to Revisit: Aquaman‘s Jason Mamoa hosts, with musical guest Mumford & Sons. (Who’s hosting Feb. 9?)